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作者 Ohnabe, H
書名 Selected Papers from the Japanese Conference on the Advancement of Assistive and Rehabilitation Technology : 23rd JCAART 2008, Niigata
出版項 Amsterdam : IOS Press, 2011
©2011
國際標準書號 9781607507581 (electronic bk.)
9781607507574
book jacket
說明 1 online resource (224 pages)
text txt rdacontent
computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
系列 Assistive Technology Research Series
Assistive Technology Research Series
附註 Title page -- Foreword -- Preface -- Preface -- Working Group -- Contents -- Report of Japanese Conference for the Advancement of Assistive and Rehabilitation Technology, Held in Niigata, Japan 2008 (23rd JCAART 2008) -- Braille Reader Using Cellular Phone with Embedded Camera -- Development and Evaluation of Seated Posture Measurement Software Enabling Application of the ISO16840-1 Standard in a Clinical Setting -- Go" Play Set After Application of Universal Design -- Switch Adaptation to Children with Cerebral Palsy Based on Three-Axis Acceleration Analysis -- Day-Care Rehabilitation Support System for Higher Brain Dysfunction -- Standardization of J-PIADS (Psychosocial Impact of Assistive Devices Scale) -- Measurement of Forces Applied to a Vertical Grab Bar for Elderly People to Use in Coming to Stand from a Toilet Seat -- Wheelchair Survey at an Aged-Care Nursing Home -- Development of Power Wheelchair with Support Functions for Learning How to Operate - Trial at a School for Children with Physical or Developmental Disabilities -- The Development of Straight-Ahead System of Power Wheelchair on a Slope -- Overview and Future Prospect of the "Flying Wheelchair" - International Voluntary Activity -- Development of Rehabilitation Systems for Upper Limbs: EMUL, Robotherapist, and PLEMO -- A Comparison of Eye-Tracking Data, Between Teachers and Non-Teachers, in a Child's Writing Behavior -- Developing Assistive Technologies for an Advanced Inhome-Medical Care System by 2025 in Japan -- Development of a Powered Wheelchair Interface Using a Neural Network System for People with Disabilities -- Design of Seat Mechanism for Multi-Posture Controllable Wheelchair -- 24-Hour Records of Daily Activity for Persons with Severe Physical Disabilities and Demands of Assistive Devices -- Development of a Video Game Control Interface for PMD
Assist Systems for Traveling and Planning for the Visually Impaired -- Development of the Working Chair that Eases Standing and Sitting Safely for Patients with Rheumatism -- Development of a Mouthpiece Type Remote Controller for People with Disabilities - Basic Investigation of the Specifications and Characteristics of the Remote Controller -- Ethical Issues on Clinical Tests Involving Human Participants in Research and Development of Assistive Products - Towards Institutional Reviews on Clinical Tests of Assistive Products in Japan -- Assistive Technology for Promoting Self-Enhancement of Persons with Dementia -- Computer Notebook with Thai and English Processing for the Visually Impaired -- A Swallowing-Assisted Device for Dysphagic Patients -- A Proposal for the Systematic Development of Standards on Assistive Products -- Building Awareness and Advocacy for QOL 4 ALL with Assignments in Health Careers Education -- Safety Issues for Manual Wheelchairs Aboard 'Barrier-Free' Ships (II) - Prediction of Torque Requirements to Control Wheelchairs by Observed Wave Height -- iARM Improves Quality of Life -- the Results of a Redesign of the Assistive Robotic Manipulator (Arm) -- Subject Index -- Author Index
This book is the first publication in English of the proceedings of the Japanese Conference on the Advancement of Assistive and Rehabilitation Technology (JCAART), held in Niigata in 2008. This annual scientific meeting enables professionals from health-related fields to report and exchange their experiences and ideas for collaborative practice, as well as providing an opportunity for faculty and students to report the outcomes of their inter-professional learning.Japan has become the world's first super-aged society, with an average life expectancy of 79 for men and 86 for women. Healthy life expectancy is the extent of the capacity for independent living and is usually several years shorter than mean life expectancy. A two year extension of independent living is currently the official target set by health policy-makers in Japan.A team approach in health and social care is vital in the super-aged society. The rapid increase in the elderly population in Japan has been met by increased health and social care expenditure, but the delivery of improved and seamless services presents many challenges. As a result, Japan is uniquely placed to share the knowledge and experience it has gained in this field with a wider world. This book includes contributions on inter-professional education and rehabilitation engineering, creating the welfare driven city, as well as prosthetics and orthotics in assistive technology. It will be of interest to all those working to improve the quality of life of the elderly or disabled with the aid of assistive and rehabilitation technology
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
鏈接 Print version: Ohnabe, H. Selected Papers from the Japanese Conference on the Advancement of Assistive and Rehabilitation Technology : 23rd JCAART 2008, Niigata Amsterdam : IOS Press,c2011 9781607507574
主題 Self-help devices for people with disabilities.;Rehabilitation technology
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Alt Author Kubo, M
Collins, D.M
Cooper, R. A
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