The use of interactive computer services to enhance the quality of life for long-term care residents.
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Aug 01, 1994
This study examines and documents the effects of interactive computer-based education and training on the rehabilitation of long-term care residents. This approach was found to provide mental stimulation and challenge, as well as improving practical skills which directly impact upon the competencies and feelings of autonomy of the participants.
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