GPS technology and dementia

Policy product type
Specially commissioned briefing for LGiU Scotland
Published date
May 2, 2019
Author
Vicky Burns, LGiU Scotland Associate
Categories
People, Services

This paper covers some of the complex legal and ethical issues of using Global Positioning Systems (GPS) enabled devices to help people living with dementia to get out and about. It is relevant to officers and elected members dealing with adult social services.

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