ICT Interface Design for Ageing People and People with Dementia

Jonathan Wallace, Maurice Mulvenna, Suzanne Martin, Sharon Stephens, William Burns

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Abstract

Ageing population trends, rising healthcare costs and social and digital inclusion are all factors in the background to the problem of older adults interact- ing with technology. Approaches to address “physical accessibility” and “access to technology” issues, as well as training for existing systems are evident, yet a usabil- ity issue still prevails. The primary aim of this chapter is to provide an overview of the research and literature and discuss the differing contexts in which older people and people with dementia interact with computerised systems and their associated issues.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationSupporting People with Dementia Using Pervasive Health Technologies
EditorsMaurice Mulvenna, CD Nugent
Pages165-188
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2010

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Wallace, J., Mulvenna, M., Martin, S., Stephens, S., & Burns, W. (2010). ICT Interface Design for Ageing People and People with Dementia. In M. Mulvenna, & CD. Nugent (Eds.), Supporting People with Dementia Using Pervasive Health Technologies (pp. 165-188) https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-84882-551-2
Wallace, Jonathan ; Mulvenna, Maurice ; Martin, Suzanne ; Stephens, Sharon ; Burns, William. / ICT Interface Design for Ageing People and People with Dementia. Supporting People with Dementia Using Pervasive Health Technologies. editor / Maurice Mulvenna ; CD Nugent. 2010. pp. 165-188
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