How In-Home Technologies Mediate Caregiving Relationships in Later Life

  title={How In-Home Technologies Mediate Caregiving Relationships in Later Life},
  author={Lesa L. Huber and Kalpana Shankar and Kelly E. Caine and Kay Connelly and L. Jean Camp and Beth Ann Walker and Lisa Borrero},
  journal={Int. J. Hum. Comput. Interaction},
Title How In-Home Technologies Mediate Caregiving Relationships in Later Life Authors(s) Huber, Lesa; Shankar, Kalpana; Connelly, Kay; Caine, Kelly E.; Camp, L. Jean; Walker, Beth Ann; Borrero, Lisa Publication date 2013-05-14 Publication information International Journal of Human Computer Interaction (IJHCI), 29 (7): 441-455 Publisher Taylor & Francis Item record/more information Publisher's statement This is an electronic version of an article published in… CONTINUE READING
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