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eBook Everyday Technology for Independence and Care: AAATE 2011 - Volume 29 Assistive Technology Research Series ePub

by G.J. Gelderblom,M. Soede,L. Adriaens,K. Miesenberger

  • ISBN: 1607508133
  • Category: Medicine and Health Sciences
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: G.J. Gelderblom,M. Soede,L. Adriaens,K. Miesenberger
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: IOS Press; 1 edition (August 15, 2011)
  • Pages: 1280
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This volume publishes the proceedings of the 2011 AAATE conference, exploring the relationship between care and technology: monitoring technology, public information systems on assistive technology in various European countries, the socio-economic outcomes of assistive technology and policy, advanced technologies (ICT and robotics), various technological approaches to cognitive and visual impairments, technology for mobility, Design for All approaches, technology from the. user perspective and various aspects of service delivery.

In the 15th European Conference on Artificial Intelligence (ECAI-2002), held in July 2002 in Lyon, there was a specialised workshop on this topic, in which 9 papers were accepted. This special issue contains extended versions of a selection of the papers presented at the.

The AAATE’s mission is to stimulate the advancement of assistive technology for the benefit of people with disabilities, including the elderly, and to improve both the position of users of assistive technology in our society and the quality of care. IOS Press Nieuwe Hemweg 6B, 1013 BG Amsterdam, The Netherlands Tel.

In book: Everyday Technology for Independence and Care: AAATE 2011, Chapter: 9. .Everyday Technology for Independence and Care. A series of AT/ICT product brochures were then produced, describing packages of technologies to enable meal production.

Cite this publication. Gelderblom et al. (Ed. IOS Press, 2011. Task-specific questions were asked of carers (n 10) at local Memory Cafés as to the perceived capabilities of each individual for shopping and meal-making.

Everyday Technology for Independence and Care, pp. 190–197. IOS Press, Amsterdam (2013)Google Scholar. IosPress, Amsterdam (2011)Google Scholar. 2. Andrich, . Gower, . Vincenti, . Information Needs Related to ICT-Based Assistive Solutions. Normann, . Hois, . Kutz, . Ontologizing Metadata for Assistive Technologies-The OASIS Repository. In: First International Workshop on Ontologies in Interactive Systems, ONTORACT 2008, pp. 57–62. IEEE (2008)Google Scholar.

Learning through play with a robot companion" In: Everyay Technology for Independence and Care, . Gelderblom, M. Soede, L. Adriaens, and K. Miesenberger (ed.

Adams, . A. Rios, L. Becerra, and P. Esquivel. Learning through play with a robot companion" In: Everyay Technology for Independence and Care, .

for Independence and Care: AAATE 2011 (Vol. 29, pp. 979-986). A Series of Assessments for Evaluating Predispositions. to and Outcomes of Technology Use in Rehabilitation, Education, the Workplace & Other Settings. Amsterdam, NL: IOS Press. Webster, NY: The Institute for Matching Person & Technology, Inc.

User Involvement in the Early Development of Assistive Technology Devices. Adriaens & K., Everyday Yechnology for Independence and Care: AAATE 2011 (Vol 29, pp. 362-373).

Federici S, Borsci S 2011 The use and non-use of assistive technology in Italy: A pilot study Everyday Technology for Independence and Care: AAATE Gelderblom GJ, Soede M, Adriaens L, Miesenberger K Vol. 29 979 986 1. 4-979 IOS Press Amsterdam. 4-979 IOS Press Amsterdam, NL. 6. Federici S, Borsci S 2014 Providing Assistive Technology: The perceived delivery process quality as affecting abandonment Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology 1 10 1. 109/17483107.

Everyday technology for independence and care: AAATE 29, 489-496, 2011. Successful assistive technology service delivery outcomes from applying a person-centered systematic assessment process: a case study. S Federici, F Corradi, F Meloni, S Borsci, ML Mele, SD De Sylva,. Life span and disability 18 (1), 41-74, 2015. A Person-Centered Assistive Technology Service Delivery Model: a framework for device selection and assignment. Life Span and Disability 17 (2), 175-198, 2014.

Numbers of the elderly and people with disabilities in our society are growing. Technological solutions have an increasingly important role in supporting this group of individuals in their daily life, to ensure both independence and adequate care. For this reason the 11th European Conference of the Association for the Advancement of Assistive Technology in Europe (AAATE) focuses on the following topic: Everyday Technology for Independence and Care. This volume publishes the proceedings of the 2011 AAATE conference, exploring the relationship between care and technology: monitoring technology, public information systems on assistive technology in various European countries, the socioeconomic outcomes of assistive technology and policy, advanced technologies (ICT and robotics), various technological approaches to cognitive and visual impairments, technology for mobility, Design for All approaches, technology from the user perspective and various aspects of service delivery. The AAATEs mission is to stimulate the advancement of assistive technology for the benefit of people with disabilities, including the elderly, and to improve both the position of users of assistive technology in our society and the quality of care.

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