Using Technology to Implement and Sustain Lifespan Respite Activities, July 13, 2016
Most of us rely on technology – cell phones, websites, YouTube, internet registries and calendars, apps – to just get through the day. Some State Lifespan Respite grantees and their partners are expanding the way they use these tools to help implement Lifespan Respite activities, including data collection, resource sharing, messaging, provider training, and more! Lifespan respite grantees will share some innovative ways they have looked to technology to help expand their reach, improve the quality of their activities, and embed respite and caregiver information that can be more easily sustained.
- Sharon Johnson, Program Coordinator, Lifespan Respite and Disabled Persons & Family Support, Division of Children and Family Services, NE Department of Health and Human Services, Lincoln, NE
- Cheyenne Pasquale, ADRC Project Manager, Aging and Disability Services Division, NV Department of Health and Human Services, Las Vegas, NV
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