National AT Aging & Dementia Decision Tree Workshop -- ATIA 2018

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Welcome

Thank you for agreeing to participate in the National AT Aging & Dementia Decision Tree Workshop, hosted by Tools for Life | Georgia Tech. We are looking forward to working with you!

Contributors

Workshop Goal

Logistics

*When: Wednesday, January 31 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM EST (Registration, breakfast, and networking will begin at 8:30 AM.)

*Where: The ATIA 2018 Official Conference Site - Royal Caribe Hotel & Conference Center in Orlando, Florida

*Who: You, AT Act Program teams who provide direct service, other AT Professionals and subject matter experts (SMEs) from across the country in a variety of fields to help develop the AT & Dementia Decision Tool (Algorithms)

DRAFT Agenda

  • 8:30 AM Registration, Breakfast and Networking
  • 9:00 AM Welcome, Introductions, Vision & Goals for the AT Decision Tree/Algorithms

Carolyn Phillips, Georgia Tech (GT) | College of Design | AMAC | Tools for Life (TFL)

  • 9:30 AM Presentation: A Guided Discussion on AT and Dementia, Where Are We Now and Looking Forward

Carolyn Phillips, Tools for Life

  • 10:30 AM Process for Developing the AT & Dementia Decision Tree – Moving through the Workbook

Carolyn Phillips, Liz Persaud and Rachel Wilson, Tools for Life

  • 11:30 AM Group Activity: Begin with the End in Mind - Exploring AT and Dementia

What is currently available, and where are the gaps?

  • 12:00 PM Break and Working Lunch (lunch will be provided)
  • 2:00 PM Group Report Out of Concepts
  • 3:00 PM Continue Discussion on AT and Dementia: Sharing Resources
  • 4:00 PM Next Steps and Adjourn

Resources

We have researched several existing assessment tools and checklists that are currently available. If you have access to any additional assessments, checklists, flowcharts and/or decision-making tools that would be helpful for us to review, please share if you can.

Participants/Creators!

Citation

(2017). National AT Agining & Dementia Decision Tree/Algorithm Workshop. Workshop is accepted to be presented at the Assistice Technology Industry Association (ATIA) Annual Conference, Orlanda, FL, 2017.