Preferences and concerns for quality of life technology among older adults and persons with disabilities: National survey results

@inproceedings{Matthews2010PreferencesAC,
  title={Preferences and concerns for quality of life technology among older adults and persons with disabilities: National survey results},
  author={Judith T. Matthews and Scott R. Beach and Julie S. Downs and Waendi Bruine De Bruin and Laurel Person Mecca and Schulz},
  year={2010}
}
Efforts to develop novel technologies that address the everyday challenges faced by older adults and persons with disabilities are constrained by limited understanding of their perspectives as potential end-users. We conducted a national, web-based survey with a non-probability sample of 1,610 adults (68% female; 47% age 45–64; 47% age 65+) with and without disability, to learn their views about technologies in development that will be capable of both discerning when and how to accommodate an… CONTINUE READING