5 edition of Communication technologies for the elderly found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Rosemary Lubinski, D. Jeffery Higginbotham.|
|Contributions||Lubinski, Rosemary., Higginbotham, D. Jeffery.|
|LC Classifications||RC429 .C6533 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 369 p. :|
|Number of Pages||369|
|LC Control Number||96046039|
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Communication Technologies For The Elderly: Vision, Hearing & Speech 1st Edition by Rosemary Lubinski (Editor), D. Jeffery Higginbotham (Editor)Author: Rosemary Lubinski. The Senior Sleuth's Guide to Technology for Seniors provides a comprehensive look at those technologies that enrich the senior citizen experience.
This book covers a broad range of topics of interest to seniors and their caregivers including computers, the Internet, health and medication management, independent living, modern communication, travel, and fun/5(6).
This book presents a wealth of insights and new conceptualizations for the development of Assistive Technologies for the Interaction of the Elderly. The book arranges the chapters according to important aspects of maximizing the use value in innovation projects.
With the development of the information society, the idea of moving elderly care activities to their living environment and implementing efficient and high-quality health care and social care services at home can be achieved with the use of Communication technologies for the elderly book and communication technology (ICT), which can convert an elderly person’s home into an Cited by: 1.
(Advanced Technologies and Societal Change) - Kindle edition by Moritz, Eckehard Fozzy. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Assistive Technologies for the Interaction of the Elderly: The Development of a Communication Device for the Elderly with Price: $ Technology can potentially help with this—for example, by providing older adults with “talking memory books” that display visual, orthographic, and phonological information.
Imagine preparing for a family reunion by scrolling through a family diary that displays photographs and biographic details while pronouncing the relative's by: Synopsis Discusses advances in communication technologies for enhancing vision, hearing, and expression among the elderly, covering technologies from eyeglasses to Author: Rosemary Lubinski, y Higginbotham.
About this book This book presents a wealth of insights and new conceptualizations for the development of Assistive Technologies for the Interaction of the Elderly. The book arranges the chapters according to important aspects of maximizing the use value in innovation projects.
Digital audio Communication technologies for the elderly book allow persons with blindness to read digital talking books and audio material, as well as record information.
These types of devices are very beneficial for elderly blind persons as they can record their appointments/calendars and contact numbers, which reduces their dependence upon sighted family members. Good communication is an important part of the healing process.
Effective doctor-patient communication has research-proven benefits: Patients are more likely to adhere to treatment and have better outcomes, they express greater satisfaction with their treatment, and they are less likely to file malpractice suits. Communication technologies for the elderly.
San Diego: Singular Pub. Group, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Rosemary Lubinski; D Jeffery Higginbotham. Communicating with the elderly can be a challenge at times and it is important for us to understand that it is worth the effort to overcome communication barriers set in place between the elderly and the younger generations (O'Brien, ).
By maintaining a loving connection with an elderly person. Purchase Person-Centered Communication with Older Adults - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNYou are leaving and going to the website of our trusted provider.
The provider’s terms, conditions and policies apply. Please return to to learn more about other benefits. The terms assistive device or assistive technology can refer to any device that helps a person with hearing loss or a voice, speech, or language disorder to communicate.
These terms often refer to devices that help a person to hear and understand what is being said more clearly or to express thoughts more easily. Older people with specific communication needs have an increased risk of experiencing functional decline in hospital.
Identifying any functional or psychosocial barriers to communicating in hospital and responding to these will enable the older person to participate in their care, both in hospital and on discharge.
Introduction. Gerontechnology is defined as “the study of technology and aging for ensuring good health, full social participation, and independent living through the entire life span.”1 Gerontechnology is interdisciplinary in nature, combining gerontology (eg, medical, psychological, and social sciences of aging) and technology (eg, robotics, ergonomics, information and communication Cited by: In her book Another Country: Navigating the Emotional Terrain of Our Elders, psychologist Mary Pipher argues that inevitable or not, the losses elderly people endure can be devastating.
She says that many elderly people exhibit symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), the same affliction suffered by many soldiers returning from : Connie Matthiessen. Families, teachers, and therapists who are searching for information about how to use technology to help individuals who struggle with communication, literacy, and learning will benefit from the wealth of practical, well-organized information in "The Ultimate Guide to Assistive Technology in Special Education." The book presents a broad Cited by: 2.
The topic of communication in elderly care is becoming ever more pressing, with an aging world population and burgeoning numbers of people needing care. This book looks at this critical but underanalyzed area. It examines the way people talk to each other in eldercare settings from an interdisciplinary and globally cross-cultural perspective.
The small body of. Selwyn N () ‘Apart from Technology: Understanding Peoples’ Non-use of Information and Communication Technologies in Everyday Life’, Technology in Society 25(1): 99– Selwyn, N.
() ‘The Information Aged: A Qualitative Study of Older Adults' Use of Information and Communications Technology’, Journal of Ageing Studies, Older Adults and Acceptance of Information Technology. Health information technologies in the field of geriatrics has been organized into five types: telecare, electronic health records, decision support systems, web-based packages for patients and family caregivers, and assistive information technologies.() While each of the above subtypes may offer benefits to patients Cited by: Assistive Technology Devices Create a Comfortable, Easy-to-Use Computer Interface for Seniors.
Digital tools make technology use more accessible for older adults with limitations and are often just a setting away on your device, and ergonomic furniture solutions offer customized comfort, so technology can become an essential resource in your.
Communication aids come in many shapes and sizes. Most need to be customised to match the physical, intellectual and social needs of the individual (see NECAS for more information). This includes personalising the vocabulary and content and considering issues such as how the person will carry the aid, point to items, and update and maintain the aid.
America’s seniors have historically been late adopters to the world of technology compared to their younger compatriots, but their movement into digital life continues to deepen, according to newly released data from the Pew Research Center.
In this report, we take advantage of a particularly large survey to conduct a unique exploration not only of technology. Introducing technology to the elderly. It is important to remember that while technology is a useful tool in tackling loneliness in older people, it should partner real contact with people for effective care.
Help to build up your loved one’s confidence with new technology. “The technology of the Internet, cell and iPhones was like a foreign language.” Mr.
Phillips then attended one of the first classes offered by OATS, a New York City nonprofit (the acronym stands for Older Adults Technology Services) that.
The invention of the computer was a very important point. Communication is thus enhanced, and companies can communicate more easily with foreign countries. Research is also simplified.
In the world today, people cannot live without technologies such as televisions, mobile phones, computers and others. These technologies have slowly taken an. This paper introduces several low-cost, noninvasive, user-friendly sensing and actuating systems using information and communication technologies.
Such systems can be used to create engineering solutions to some of the pressing healthcare problems in our society, especially as it pertains to the by: Interest in technology for aging is driven by multiple converging trends: the rapid pace of technological development, particularly in consumer electronics and communication; the unprecedented growth of the aging population in the United States and worldwide; the increase in the number and survival of persons with disability; the growing and unsustainable costs of caring for the elderly Cited by: Experience Using Information and Communication Technologies with Elderly People: /ch The elderly show very low rates of access to and use of the new technologies in comparison with their significant weight in the overall population.
It isAuthor: Laura Nieto, Betania Groba, Francisco Servia. As with other forms of digital technology, younger seniors are more likely than their older counterparts to use social media. More than four-in-ten (45%) seniors under the age of 75 say they ever use social networking sites, compared with 20% of those ages 75 and older.
Social networking use is also relatively common among those who have at. Assistive Technology for the Elderly. smart-home technology provides seniors with the option of having a social robot that facilitates communication between them and and read books, among.
Research on the quality of care reveals a health care system that frequently falls short in its ability to apply new technology safely and appropriately Workplaces, instruments, and equipment can be developed according to human factors design criteria,47 but as an end-user, nurses can maximize safety through the selection process, ongoing surveillance of equipment, and Cited by: ICT4AWE will be held in conjunction with ENASEICEISCSEDUVEHITS and FEMIB Registration to ICT4AWE allows free access to the ENASE, ICEIS, CSEDU, VEHITS and FEMIB conferences (as a non-speaker).
The International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies for Ageing Well and e-Health aims to be a End date: 22 Apr, A smart home is a residence equipped with technology that enhances safety of patients at home and monitors their health conditions.
Several pilot projects have introduced “smart home” technologies both in the US and Europe. Such projects utilize solutions for elderly with mobility impairments and/or cognitive by: 8. Assistive technology is any service or tool that helps the elderly or disabled do the activities they have always done but must now do differently.
These tools are also sometimes called. The stereotype is that older people are leery of technology and lag behind their digital native grandchildren.
But statistics from the Pew Research Center find that 58 percent of those over 65 use Author: Teresa Mears. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. 7 Technologies That Can Help Keep the Elderly Safe An adult child’s concern for an aging parent is nothing new, but as the baby boomer generation heads for retirement the Department of Health and Human Services estimates that nearly 20.
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Textbooks Ebooks. This book presents a wealth of. Books are an integral part of our lives! Doesn’t matter if we are voracious or occasional readers – we always appreciate the entertainment and knowledge books impart. However, in case of blind people or sighted people losing their partial or full vision, physical books can seldom be an option.
That’s where audiobooks come into the picture, but they .Touch Screens for the Elderly: Some Models and Methods, Prototypical Development and Experimental Evaluation of Human-Computer Interaction Concepts for the Elderly: /ch The fast aging of many western and eastern societies and their increasing reliance on information technology create a compelling need to reconsider olderCited by: 5.