Please join us at our next DATHA meeting on Tuesday, October 17th. In this meeting, Jon Sanford and Susan Lee, both of CATEA, will discuss their recently funded 3-year field-initiated grant ($200,000/year) from the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR). The purpose of the grant is to investigate the effectiveness of currently existing assistive technology and design interventions for individuals aging with disability and their caregivers, in order to generate an evidence base for design criteria for interventions that will meet the specific toilet transfer needs of the dyadic target population. It is anticipated that this study will serve as a demonstration project providing the impetus for new investigations and technologies targeted at dyad-centered assistive technology and design interventions, in general. After an overview of the grant, there will be an opportunity for participants to offer feedback about the grant and hear about how they could get involved in the project.
9:00 - 9:30 am - Networking
9:30 am - 10:00 - DATHA Talk
10:00 - 10:30 am - Discussion
Coffee and light breakfast will be provided.
Talks are now held at the Center for Assistive Technology and Environmental Access (CATEA) and Alternative Media Access Center (AMAC) building.
512 Means Street NW Atlanta, GA 30318
When you walk in, go to the right and take the elevator to the 1st floor
(or take outside stairs to 1st floor).
Free parking is now available.
When you enter the parking area, you will see the security guard station with the words "Carriage Works" displayed. Please stop at the security booth and let them know that you are visitors of CATEA. After, continue all the way back towards the left to the 512 building; our offices are located right at the exit gate. There are stairs and a ramp up to the covered entrance. Parking is free no matter where you park and there are a few accessible spots closer to the building. When you walk in, go to the right and take the elevator to the 1st floor (or take outside stairs to 1st floor).