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Promoting Independence for Older Persons with Disabilities : Selected Papers from the 2006 International Conference on Aging, Disability and Independence / edited by William C. Mann and Abdelsalam Helal.

By: (3rd : International Conference on Aging, Disability and Independence (3rd : 2006 : St. Petersburg, Fla.)Contributor(s): Mann, William C. (William Charles) | Helal, Abdelsalam A, 1959-Material type: TextTextSeries: Assistive technology research series ; v. 18.Publication details: Amsterdam ; Fairfax, VA : IOS Press, ©2006. Description: 1 online resource (viii, 235 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 1423797450; 9781423797456; 1601291388; 9781601291387; 9781607501596; 1607501597Subject(s): Older people with disabilities -- Congresses | Self-help devices for people with disabilities -- Congresses | Technology and older people -- Congresses | Disabled Persons | Home Care Services | Housing for the Elderly | Monitoring, Ambulatory -- methods | Telemedicine | Self-Help Devices | Aged | SOCIAL SCIENCE -- People with Disabilities | Older people with disabilities | Self-help devices for people with disabilities | Technology and older people | Gebrechlichkeit | Selbstständigkeit | Hilfsmittel | Saint Petersburg, Fla | AlterGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic book. | Congress. | Electronic books. | Electronic books -- Conference proceedings. | Conference papers and proceedings. | Electronic books. | Conference papers and proceedings. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Promoting independence for older persons with disabilities.DDC classification: 362.4084/6 LOC classification: HV1568 | .I595 2006ebNLM classification: W1 | WB 320Online resources: Click here to access online
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Cover -- Contents -- Preface -- Chapter 1. Smart Homes and Robotics -- Agitation Monitoring of Persons with Dementia Based on Acoustic Sensors, Pressure Sensors and Ultrasound Sensors: A Feasibility Study -- Developing a Well-Being Monitoring System -- Modeling & Data Analysis Techniques -- A Community Based Integrated Service Model to Support Adults with Physical Disability Living in the United Kingdom -- Ageing People in Ireland: A Survey Perspective on Technology in the Home -- Effects of Currently Available Smart Home Technology on Frail Elders -- Privacy Management in Smart Homes: Design and Analysis -- Integrating Intelligent Systems for Elder Care in RoboCare -- Steward Robot for Human-Friendly Assistive Home Environment -- Development of Autonomous Robotic Wheelchair System -- Chapter 2. Telehealth -- Attention Care and Monitoring of Behavior -- Tele-Home Care / Care Coordination in the Rural Environment -- e-Health Innovations: Internet-Base Caregiver Education and Support -- Ethical Considerations of Home Monitoring Technology -- How Family Caregivers of Persons with Alzheimer's Disease Obtain Online Resources -- Technology Lab on a Shoestring: Developing Low Cost Evaluation Centers and Lending Libraries -- In Brief: Using Videophones as an Antidote to Isolation of the Elderly and a Learning Tool for the Young -- Chapter 3. Housing, Home Modifications and Universal Design -- Design and Construction of a Universal Cabinet Prototype -- Home Modifications Down Under -- Standing Up: A Systematic Review of Grabrail Orientations -- Lighting Your Way into Home Modifications -- Universal Design in Aging in Place Senior Housing: A Pilot Study of Resident's Perspectives -- Chapter 4. Assistive Devices -- Effective and Confidential Communication of Prescription Information: Accommodating the Blind and Visually-Impaired -- An Ultrasonic Urine Sensor for Aged People -- Medication Reminding for Older Adults Using Personal Digital Assistants.
Action note: digitized 2010 committed to preserveSummary: Provides content related to aging, disability, and independence. The focus of these papers, is on maintaining independence and active participation in family and community activities. The main topics in this publication are: Smart Homes; Robotics; Telehealth; Home Modifications and Universal Design; and Assistive Devices and Workplace Adaptations.
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Cover -- Contents -- Preface -- Chapter 1. Smart Homes and Robotics -- Agitation Monitoring of Persons with Dementia Based on Acoustic Sensors, Pressure Sensors and Ultrasound Sensors: A Feasibility Study -- Developing a Well-Being Monitoring System -- Modeling & Data Analysis Techniques -- A Community Based Integrated Service Model to Support Adults with Physical Disability Living in the United Kingdom -- Ageing People in Ireland: A Survey Perspective on Technology in the Home -- Effects of Currently Available Smart Home Technology on Frail Elders -- Privacy Management in Smart Homes: Design and Analysis -- Integrating Intelligent Systems for Elder Care in RoboCare -- Steward Robot for Human-Friendly Assistive Home Environment -- Development of Autonomous Robotic Wheelchair System -- Chapter 2. Telehealth -- Attention Care and Monitoring of Behavior -- Tele-Home Care / Care Coordination in the Rural Environment -- e-Health Innovations: Internet-Base Caregiver Education and Support -- Ethical Considerations of Home Monitoring Technology -- How Family Caregivers of Persons with Alzheimer's Disease Obtain Online Resources -- Technology Lab on a Shoestring: Developing Low Cost Evaluation Centers and Lending Libraries -- In Brief: Using Videophones as an Antidote to Isolation of the Elderly and a Learning Tool for the Young -- Chapter 3. Housing, Home Modifications and Universal Design -- Design and Construction of a Universal Cabinet Prototype -- Home Modifications Down Under -- Standing Up: A Systematic Review of Grabrail Orientations -- Lighting Your Way into Home Modifications -- Universal Design in Aging in Place Senior Housing: A Pilot Study of Resident's Perspectives -- Chapter 4. Assistive Devices -- Effective and Confidential Communication of Prescription Information: Accommodating the Blind and Visually-Impaired -- An Ultrasonic Urine Sensor for Aged People -- Medication Reminding for Older Adults Using Personal Digital Assistants.

Provides content related to aging, disability, and independence. The focus of these papers, is on maintaining independence and active participation in family and community activities. The main topics in this publication are: Smart Homes; Robotics; Telehealth; Home Modifications and Universal Design; and Assistive Devices and Workplace Adaptations.

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