Michael Lo Bianco

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This paper contends that Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) methods have the potential to improve person-centered fall prevention for older adults. One-size-fits-all solutions are not appropriate for everybody, and a considered, individualised approach to fall prevention is needed. A qualitative content analysis of sixty community based falls risk assessment(More)
Occupational therapists aim to provide person-centered fall preventative home modifications for older adults. For many older adults, anticipating home modifications and the related effects on their goals and lifestyles presents issues. The health industry seeks to raise compliance rates and successful uptake of recommendations. However, the inability to(More)
The ability for older adults to comprehend fall preventative home modifications is critical to achieve empowering outcomes. Existing design methods limit older individuals' ability to see their goals reflected in fall prevention practice and service. This inhibits compliancy with interventions, and fosters disempowerment. Augmented reality (AR) allows(More)
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