Pathways to non-complex assistive technology for HACC clients in WA : full report

Layton, Natasha, Wilson, Erin and Andrews, Alex 2014, Pathways to non-complex assistive technology for HACC clients in WA : full report, Independent Living Centre of WA Inc., Perth, WA.

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Title Pathways to non-complex assistive technology for HACC clients in WA : full report
Author(s) Layton, Natasha
Wilson, Erin
Andrews, Alex
Publication date 2014
Total pages 139p.
Publisher Independent Living Centre of WA Inc.
Place of Publication Perth, WA
Keyword(s) pathways
HACC
assistive technology
AT
aids
Summary The project aims to identify, evaluate and make recommendations to improve the pathways by which West Australian (WA) Home and Community Care (HACC) clients access daily living equipment. Otherwise known as assistive technology (AT), these devices are largely non-complex and often low cost. Funded by HACC and conducted within the context of the WA Assessment Framework (WAAF), the project seeks to answer the following question:
    How can aids and equipment be most effectively assessed, accessed, funded and used?
The research is designed to inform WA state government policy and Commonwealth HACC government policy in relation to the funding of HACC client access to assistive technology. Whilst set in WA, the topic and findings have relevance to HACC in other Australian states and territories, as well as other aspects of aged care policy, other sectors such as disability, and other areas of inquiry such as competency standards and consumer self-direction.
ISBN 9780958795883
Language eng
Field of Research 111703 Care for Disabled
Socio Economic Objective 920403 Disability and Functional Capacity
HERDC Research category A4 Major research monograph
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30062929

Document type: Book
Collection: School of Health and Social Development
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