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Orpwood, R. and Adlam, T., 2009. Involving people with dementia in the design of new technology. In: Workshop at Technology in Dementia Care Conference, 2009-10-01, Birmingham.
Adlam, T., Orpwood, R. and Wisbeach, A., 2008. Bending with the wind : compliant seating for children with whole body extensor spasms. In: Annual Conference of Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine (IPEM), 2008-01-01, Bath.
Adlam, T., Orpwood, R. and Wisbeach, A., 2008. Design considerations in compliant seating for children with whole body extensor spasms. In: Recent Advances in Assistive Technology and Engineering (RAatE) Conference and Exhibition, 2008-12-01, Coventry.
Adlam, T. and Orpwood, R., 2008. Off-the-shelf infrastructure in smart apartments for people with dementia. In: Mihailidis, A., Boger, J., Kautz, H. and Normie, L., eds. Technology and Aging - Selected Papers from the 2007 International Conference on Technology and Aging. Vol. 21. Amsterdam, Netherlands: I O S Press, pp. 241-249. (Assistive Technology Research Series)
Evans, N., Orpwood, R., Adlam, T., Chadd, J. and Self, D., 2007. Evaluation of a smart flat for people with dementia. Journal of Dementia Care, 2007 (16).
Adlam, T., Gibbs, C., Meegahawatte, D. and Orpwood, R., 2007. Using off-the-shelf infrastructure for the evaluation of smart flats for people with dementia. In: International Conference on Aging and Technology (ICTA), 2007-06-01, Toronto.
Adlam, T., Orpwood, R. and Dunn, T., 2006. User evaluation in pervasive healthcare. In: Bardram, J., Mihailidis, A. and Wan, D., eds. Pervasive computing in healthcare. Boca Raton, USA: CRC Press, pp. 243-274.
Adlam, T. D., Evans, N., Gibbs, C. and Orpwood, R., 2006. User evaluation of smart flats for people with dementia. In: 2006 Pervasive Health Conference and Workshops, 2006-11-29 - 2006-12-01, Innsbruck, Austria.
Orpwood, R., Gibbs, C., Adlam, T., Faulkner, R. and Meegahawatte, D., 2005. The design of smart homes for people with dementia—user-interface aspects. Universal Access in the Information Society, 4 (2), pp. 156-164.