Search results for: robots for dementia care

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30 May 2019

AI and assistive technologies answer to future dementia care

Robots and monitoring could be the answer to solving the global dementia crisis

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3 August 2017

Animal robots can benefit dementia patients says Griffith study

Using animal robots in the care of people with dementia has a modest but significant benefit, a new Griffith University study has revealed.

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25 November 2014

Griffith opens lab for robots in aged care

How robots can improve care for people in aged care is the focus this week (Tues 25 Nov) at Griffith University’s Social Robotics and Assistive Technology Laboratory opening.

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24 March 2014

Robots improving aged care

How robots can improve care for people in aged care will be the focus this week at Griffith University’s Robotic Symposium.

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8 March 2013

Robots put their seal on dementia advance

Griffith research shows how animal robots are helping treat dementia.

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29 September 2011

Robotic revolution for dementia residents

Treatment of dementia residents in nursing homes could be in line for a robotic revolution, in the wake of an...

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28 May 2021
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29 June 2020
Professor Wendy Moyle with a PARO robot - one that looks and acts like a baby harp seal.

Robotics researcher recognised in World’s Top 50

Griffith University researcher Professor Wendy Moyle has been named as one of the World’s 50 Most Renowned Women in Robotics.

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8 March 2016

Griffith Health women honoured on International Women’s Day

Three researchers from Griffith’s Menzies Health Institute Queensland have been recognised with an International Women’s Day Leadership Award.

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17 February 2015

TedXGriffithUniversity kicks off on the Coast

“When it comes to robots, people see them as good or bad. There is no in-between,” says Professor Wendy Moyle from Griffith’s Social Robotics Lab.

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