Article in Gerontechnology 6(4) · October 2007 with 19 Reads. How we measure 'reads'
Article in Gerontechnology 6(4) · October 2007 with 19 Reads. How we measure 'reads'.
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In G. Lesnoff-Caravaglia (E., Gerontechnology: Growing old in a technological society (pp. 182–205). Motivation and needs for technology use in old age. Gerontechnology, 8(2), 82–87. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Rogers, W. & Fisk, A. D. (2003). Springfield: C. C. Thomas. Micera, . Bonato, . & Tamura, T. (2008). Advanced solutions for an aging society. IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine, 11, 10–14.
Aging in a technological society. Gari Lesnoff-Caravaglia. The introduction of advanced technologies into a world increasingly populated by persons aged 65 and older has contributed to the development of new resources for use in diverse areas such a. More).
Gari Lesnoff-Caravaglia. The growing presence of a large number of persons aged 65 and older worldwide has propelled a re-evaluation of the nature of life that is protracted to 100 years and beyond. The problem-solving approach of this volume has allowed for the incorporation of the concept of new social structures and the development of intervention and prevention strategies along with new technologies.
Gari Lesnoff-Caravaglia, Aging In A Technological Society, Human Sciences Press, New York, 1988, 293 p. ISBN 0 89885 382 6. Bettyann Raschko (a1). California State University, Sacramento. Recommend this journal. Ageing & Society.
Gerontechnology is an inter- and multidisciplinary academic and professional field combining gerontology and technology
Gerontechnology is an inter- and multidisciplinary academic and professional field combining gerontology and technology. Sustainability of an ageing society depends upon our effectiveness in creating technological environments, including assistive technology and inclusive design, for innovative and independent living and social participation of older adults in any state of health, comfort and safety.
An opportunity exists for pervasive technologies to help older adults remain independent and in better health by helping with . In G. 20-39). Springfield, Illinois: Charles C. Thomas, Publisher.
An opportunity exists for pervasive technologies to help older adults remain independent and in better health by helping with cooking. In a somewhat radical departure from traditional kitchen tools, pervasive systems may take control from the older user to complete a task or to insure safety, interacting using a variety of sensors and interfaces integrated into the kitchen (Wilson, Hargreaves, & Hauxwell-Baldwin, 2014). Nakauchi, . Fukuda, . Noguchi, . & Matsubara, T. (2005).