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An Evaluation of a Telepresence Robot: User Testing Among Older Adults with Mobility Impairment
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2017-03)
For older adults with mobility impairment, maintaining health and wellness while aging-in-place independently is crucial. Telepresence technology, such as Kubi, can be potentially beneficial for this target population ...
TechSAge Minimum Battery: Overview of Measures
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2016)
Understanding the Role of Technology for Meeting the Support Needs of Older Adults in the USA with Functional Limitations
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2015)
A Qualitative Approach to Understanding User Needs for Aging with Disability
There is a growing population of adults with long-term sensory and mobility impairments who are aging into older adulthood. Little is known about the everyday challenges and accessibility issues experienced by these ...
Understanding older adults’ perceptions of and attitudes towards exergames
(International Society for Gerontechnology, 2017)
Purpose Maintaining physical activity is a key component of successful aging and has benefits for both physical and cognitive functioning in the older adult population. One promising method for engaging in physical activity ...
Closing the Capacity-Ability Gap: Using Technology to Support Aging With Disability
(Gerontological Society of America, 2018)
There is a critical need to develop supports for older adults who have a wide range of abilities, including those aging with long-term impairments. Without appropriate support, many individuals will be functioning below ...