Chapter 1. Aging, Disability, and Independence: Trends and Perspectives.
PART I: SMART TECHNOLOGY FOR AGING, DISABIITY AND INDEPENDENCE.
Chapter 2. Home Automation and Smart Environments to Support Independence.
Chapter 3. Robotics.
Chapter 4. Other Devices and High Technology Solutions.
Chapter 5. Telehealth.
PART II. RELATED ASPECTS OF AGING, DISABILITY AND INDEPENDENCE.
Chapter 6. Basic Assistive Technology.
Chapter 7. Elder Drivers and Technology.
Chapter 8. Transportation and Community Mobility.
Chapter 9. Home Modifications and Universal Design.
Chapter 10. Injury Prevention and Health Promotion.
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