Innovation in envisioning dynamic biomechanical data to inform healthcare and design practice
This proposal was concerned with gaining benefit from understanding the value of scientific data obtained from older adults during daily living tasks which was visualised in an innovative format.
The main aim was to facilitate cross-disciplinary discourse and to develop insights about the ageing experience using
a process and an innovative tool which empower older adults to participate on an equal basis with specialist disciplines
a process intended to influence care and rehabilitation strategies
ways of thinking about the design of the built environment, furniture, products and technological devices
Another aim was to determine quality-of-life issues and extent of working capabilities and daily living activities in later life.
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