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MindGym Strategies for Elderly People

Marjan Gusev, Sasko Ristov, Jurij Tasic, Darja Rudan Tasic, Shushma Patel, Dilip Patel
2015 Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies for Ageing Well and e-Health  
MindGym approach aims at providing an interoperable, independent living ICT solution to improve the quality of life of older people in their home or community environment.  ...  The concept is to develop such a solution that will enable elderly to stay active, mobile and independent for longer, keeping them in a good mental shape.  ...  The overall objectives of the MindGym concept, as an IPTV system for elderly are presented in Fig.1 .  ... 
doi:10.5220/0005483503190324 dblp:conf/ict4ageingwell/GusevRTTPP15 fatcat:oxnkro2jxveyfe3lz2vukopazy

Elderly's attitude towards information communication technology [chapter]

Jasna Špehar, Dajana Glavan, Dijana Došen, Andrej Starc
2021 Zdravje starostnikov / Health of the Elderly  
The need for the inclusion of ICT has also appeared in the everyday life of the elderly, which enables them easier access to new information and resources.  ...  In promoting the use of ICT in the elderly, the design of the devices must be taken into account, but also their social context.  ...  cost for the health care system.  ... 
doi:10.26493/978-961-293-129-2.207-213 fatcat:agyww23jmvfx7fj25rwbeysmzu

Elderly & ICT: a need and urgency for an effective info-inclusion [chapter]

Henrique Teixeira Gil
2013 Promoting conscious and active learning and aging: how to face current and future challenges?  
It is the aim of this article to discuss the main initiatives carried on and present the main obstacles, advantages, and some clues for the near future for the use of ICT by elderly people.  ...  It is consensual that ICT will promote a better quality of life so the elderly will benefit from it in order to promote an adequate active aging.  ...  be classified into five main groups: a) Health: non-existence of illness, a good functional status and an appropriate system of social support for the individual; the decision as to whether one is healthy  ... 
doi:10.14195/978-989-26-0732-0_11 fatcat:ntr4risbkzd3fchjt5twx4svz4

Households technology adoption and use patterns: the case of digital terrestrial television in six Italian regions

Tomaž Turk, Michele Cornacchia, Stefano Livi, Filomena Papa, Bartolomeo Sapio
2015 Technology Analysis & Strategic Management  
A "society of all ages": reshaping the role of the elderly citizens and valuing them as an asset for the new, ageing society Special session organised by the EasyReach Project AAL Forum 2013, Norrköping  ...  Acceptance of Technology-enabled Solutions by Elderly People: a Field Investigation.  ... 
doi:10.1080/09537325.2015.1071788 fatcat:ejaposrkezenrlnuhjzonh355m

TV-kiosk: An Open and Extensible Platform for the Wellbeing of an Ageing Population [chapter]

Maarten Steenhuyse, Jeroen Hoebeke, Ann Ackaert, Ingrid Moerman, Piet Demeester
2012 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
One of its distinguishing features is the underlying decentralized network communication approach based on advanced technology to securely and automatically interconnect devices and the TV-based user interface  ...  specifically designed for elderly.  ...  In this paper, we will focus on two important areas where ICT can make an important contribution: social inclusion and information access.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-27916-4_7 fatcat:or3u5o2m3rdzhmj5pxaknqjk24

Population Aging in the European Information Societies: Towards a Comprehensive Research Agenda in eHealth Innovations for Elderly

Mihaela Vancea, Jordi Solé-Casals
2016 Aging and Disease  
Population ageing is one of the major social and economic challenges of our contemporary societies.  ...  The authours attempt to propose a research agenda, by exposing various strengts and weaknesses of eHealth innovations for elderly, mainly grounded in secondary sources analysis.  ...  Acknowledgements This work was supported by the European Union through the SEACW project (ICT-PSP-2012), and by the University of Vic -Central University of Catalonia under the grant R0947.  ... 
doi:10.14336/ad.2015.1214 pmid:27493837 pmcid:PMC4963195 fatcat:e3glstglvzhxtodpdnswx4hduy

Innovative applications and strategy on ICT applications for aging society

Toshio Obi, Naoko Iwasaki
2013 Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Theory and Practice of Electronic Governance - ICEGOV '13  
As a case study, it introduces a social survey on the relationship between aging people and usability of ICT in Japan. Finally we will propose several recommendations on actions for digital inclusion.  ...  Moreover, ICT will be an engine for economic growth and innovation to support aging society. This paper focuses on ICT applications for aging society by utilizing the case study of Japan.  ...  ROLE OF GOVERNMENT ON THE SUPER AGING SOCIETY -CASE OF JAPAN (1) The emerging role of ICT as a tool for aging society is to enable digital inclusion.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2591888.2591928 dblp:conf/icegov/ObiI13 fatcat:ead4g5bln5bqjfqn5ypbkedy6u

THE CONCEPT OF SMART CITY IN TERMS OF IMPROVING THE QUALITY AND ACCESSIBILITY OF URBAN SPACE FOR THE ELDERLY; LITERATURE REVIEW

Anna SZEWCZENKO
2020 Architecture Civil Engineering Environment  
The aim of conducted research was to indicate the main strategies and use ICT as a contribution to the quality of life of the elderly.  ...  Therefore, the concept of Smart City offers the elderly residents many options to compensate for psychophysical dysfunctions and related with them limitations in social life, however, it demands parallel  ...  of health and social care, creating conditions for social activity of the elderly.  ... 
doi:10.21307/acee-2020-015 fatcat:xx2673dybbf4ze7gzfu2hrvqse

An Innovative Built Environment Form for Dwellings for the Elderly

BOSTJAN KERBLER
2014 Middle East Technical University Journal of the Faculty of Architecture  
Telecare is used with these kinds of advanced smart-home systems for the elderly.  ...  User perceptions can be distorted for various reasons, which is especially relevant for innovations based on the most advanced forms of ICT and intended for the elderly.  ...  I would like to thank my colleagues on the International Forum Ambient Assisted Living for all of their valuable advice and assistance. BIBLIOGRAPHY BARLOW, J., BAYER, S., CURRY, R. (2006)  ... 
doi:10.4305/metu.jfa.2014.1.6 fatcat:ngn5fp4e3fa5ndttzxlxmeyply

ICT services features to support intrinsic value activities for productive ageing

Norisan Abd Karim, Haryani Haron, Wan Adilah Wan Adnan
2020 Indonesian Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science  
The lack of ICT usage among elderlies is because of the low motivation to use the ICT applications.  ...  Given the advances made in ICT services that have been widely used, elderlies need to be equipped with the knowledge in using the services.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors would like to thank to the Research Management Institute, Universiti Teknologi MARA for the research support, their valuable support and input to this research.  ... 
doi:10.11591/ijeecs.v17.i2.pp1096-1103 fatcat:hygx65m7qjfvda5rtgmkdltjea

Information and communication technology-based innovations for aging healthcare: a literature review

Shah Jahan Miah
2014 International Journal of Computers in Healthcare  
Out of the 210 articles published in various health informatics and information systems journals, 42 were identified to meet the requirements for inclusion in the particular review.  ...  However, most of the innovations focus only on user side demands and omit the service providers' dynamic demands for information delivery.  ...  The study aims to conduct a review on the current ICT innovations in order to establish an approach of healthcare information delivery, particularly for elderly populations.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijcih.2014.065810 fatcat:2364waw7i5emnaxbkgdzscerk4

Stimulating Intellectual Activity with Adaptive Environment (SMILE)

Marjan Gusev, Shushma Patel, Jurij Tasic
2017 Proceedings of the 8th Balkan Conference in Informatics on - BCI '17  
The focus is on prevention of gradual decline in memory function and planning ability, as well. Applying social network concepts provides easier social interaction for older people.  ...  The goal of the SMILE concept is to help the elderly to live independently and to prevent/delay dementia.  ...  and social inclusion and entertainment of the elderly, which enables them to stay healthy and active.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3136273.3136283 dblp:conf/bci/GusevPT17 fatcat:4pmg5utwwfemxdp7ud3dvriorq

EInclusion: The Digital Divide and ICT Acceptance among Elderly People in Macedonia Compared with Bulgaria and Romania

Ivana Stojanovska, Marjana Vaneva, Biljana Stojcevska
2015 Zenodo  
Based on the fact that the elderly citizens are a strongly growing population group in our society, the use of the Internet and ICT for older people is essential.  ...  According to the Digital Agenda for Europe and Eurostat data statistics on digital literacy, both Bulgaria and Romania have a substantial percentage of the population missing from the picture on Internet  ...  One of the main recommendations arising from this study is precisely that e-Inclusion should not focus on access to ICT, but especially on operational skills and more advanced forms of digital literacy  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4553581 fatcat:4qhlhcbbnvhadlpx2zdo76b72e

Augmented Coaching Ecosystem for Non-obtrusive Adaptive Personalized Elderly Care on the Basis of Cloud-Fog-Dew Computing Paradigm [article]

Yu. Gordienko, S. Stirenko, O. Alienin, K. Skala, Z. Soyat, A. Rojbi, J.R. López Benito, E. Artetxe González, U. Lushchyk, L. Sajn, A. Llorente Coto, G. Jervan
2017 arXiv   pre-print
The concept of the augmented coaching ecosystem for non-obtrusive adaptive personalized elderly care is proposed on the basis of the integration of new and available ICT approaches.  ...  It allows to apply this non-obtrusive augmented reality ecosystem for effective personalized elderly care to preserve their physical, cognitive, mental and social well-being.  ...  , and Croatian Centre of Research Excellence for Data Science and Advanced Cooperative Systems.  ... 
arXiv:1704.04988v1 fatcat:s3ci7bgylbegletqb2fqfewyhu

Mobile Applications for Active Aging [chapter]

Cláudia Ferreira, J. C. Silva, José Luís Silva
2018 Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing  
As future work, the authors plan to develop an ICT-based mobile solution supported by an advanced communicational infrastructure capable of exploring new services for active aging.  ...  the benefits of technological advances; • from an economic point of view because it will reduce the cost associated with the care of elderly people by enabling them to stay longer at their preferred environment  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-77712-2_102 fatcat:l5bnp3mwlreu5dfdumokj6uvpu
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