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Ageing and Outdoor Mobility

A European Study (Assistive Technology Research Vol. 13)

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Published by IOS Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Care of the elderly,
  • Gerontology,
  • Aged,
  • Social Science,
  • Sociology,
  • Europe,
  • Cross-Cultural Comparison,
  • Transportation

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsHeidrun Mollenkopf (Editor), Fiorella Marcellini (Editor), Isto Ruoppila (Editor), Mart Tacken (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages159
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8819551M
    ISBN 101586034014
    ISBN 109781586034016

      Mobility is key to healthy aging Date: Septem Source: University of Alabama at Birmingham Summary: A clinical review from geriatricians .   Out-of-home mobility is a crucial prerequisite for autonomy and well-being. The European research project entitled Enhancing Mobility in Later Life: Personal Coping, Environmental Resources, and Technical Support (MOBILATE), funded within the European Commission’s Fifth Framework Programme, focused on older adults’ day-to-day mobility and the complex interplay between their Cited by:

    Carefully planned outdoor environments are valuable for people with dementia because they support independence and mobility, maximising abilities and wellbeing. Views of and access to enclosed outdoor areas can give people options for privacy and sociability. Gardens and outdoor environments have ready-made activities for staff to tap into. Theme 3: Experiencing mobility. What does mobility mean for older adults? How is it experienced and perceived? We invited abstracts on various aspects of ageing and mobility including mobility behaviours and practices, aids and barriers to mobility, what motivates mobility, and older people’s experiences and perceptions of outdoor mobility.

    Ageing and active living: Everyday aspects of urban environments and older adults’ outdoor mobility. Presented by Katherine Brookfield at the Active Living Research Annual .   CONCLUSION • Outdoor mobility is key for the wellbeing and the preservation of autonomy • MOBILAGE is a valuable experiment, stressing – The importance of a correct evaluation of the mobility and needs of the pre-frail and frail persons and their caregivers – The need for some support services to increase the adherence of the persons to.


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Get this from a library. Ageing and outdoor mobility: a European study. [Heidrun Mollenkopf;] -- This book is based on a study carried out in four European countries (five regions), investigating how the mobility behaviour of elderly men and women is affected by various individual resources and.

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The premise is that lack of movement practice accounts for mobility issues more than aging does. The exercises begin with your feet and are well explained and illustrated/5(). Optimal mobility, defined simply as being able to safely and reliably go where you want to go, when you want to go, and how you want to get there, is a key component of healthy ty refers to movement in all of its forms, including basic ambulation, transferring from a bed to a chair, walking for leisure and the completion of daily tasks, engaging in activities associated with work Cited by: Rate this book.

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The objective of this study was to determine the association of outdoor and indoor falls with the incidence of mobility limitation in older women. Methods A total of women aged 63–76 from the Finnish Twin Study on Aging [8] participated in the baseline by: Ageing and Outdoor Mobility A European Study Volume 13 Assistive Technology Research Series Edited by: H.

Mollenkopf, F. Marcellini, I. Ruoppila and M. Tackenapprox. pp., hardcover ISBN: 1 4 Price: US$ / €90 / £63 With today’s spatial separation of spheres of. Life-space mobility and active ageing. perceiving nature as a facilitator for outdoor mobility, and PA.

This book contains a series of papers covering the major areas of the psychology of. Maintaining Mobility As Part Of Healthy Aging Aging and impact on mobility. Mobility is the joy of moving freely and easily. Healthy muscles, bones and joints allow us to perform all types of movements - from everyday tasks to enjoying our favorite hobbies.

Introduction. Limitation to locomotion is the commonest disability in the United Kingdom [ 1], making studies examining the efficacy of mobility assistance devices ic Powered Indoor/Outdoor Chairs (EPIOCs) are prescribed in the United Kingdom for severe locomotion disabilities [ 2], and significantly enhance the physical and social lives of young and adult disabled individuals Cited by: Co-design in the built environment for positive ageing and mobility can include a range of experts including the older people themselves, plus planning, design, health, geography, sociology, gerontology, transport specialists, developers, futurists, technology developers, and the list goes on.

Buy Ageing and Outdoor Mobility by Heidrun Mollenkopf, Fiorella Marcellini from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones Pages:   There is increasing use of electric mobility-scooters by older people in South Australia, the fourth largest state in Australia.

Although various issues about their use have been raised by users, carers, urban planners and legislators, to date they have received little research by: Tao of Anti-aging & Mobility, Adelaide, South Australia.

1K likes. Qigong based holistic health system, also incorporating elements of both Western and Eastern physical culture.5/5(5). Thin N., Brookfield K., Scott I. () Outdoor Mobility and Promoting Physical Activity Among Older People.

In: Nyman S. et al. (eds) The Palgrave Handbook of Ageing and Physical Activity Promotion. Palgrave Macmillan, ChamAuthor: Neil Thin, Katherine Brookfield, Iain Scott.

Mobility impairments in community dwelling older adults represent a pre-clinical transitional stage in the pathway to disability. Those who lose independent mobility are less likely to remain in the community, have higher rates of disease, have a poorer quality of life and greater likelihood of social isolation (4).Cited by: ageing, health status, and reduced mobility and the impact of poor mobility on quality of life.

The findings from the literature review were used to compile a set of ‘best-practice’ recommendations to effectively manage the safe mobility of elderly road Size: KB. The ageing of our population is a key societal issue across the globe. Although people are living longer, they need to be living longer in good health to continue to enjoy quality of life and independence and to prevent rises in health and social care costs.

In: Mollenkopf, et al. (Eds.), Ageing and Outdoor Mobility – A European Study. IOS Press, Amsterdam, pp. 1–4. The Effects of Transition Points on Older Persons Activity and Travel Behaviour. the way of living: being happy and healthy at an old age Old age is a great time to sit back and enjoy your life.

You are much wiser, people’s opinions do not easily fluster you, you are much more comfortable in your own skin, your kids have left home, and you have the freedom to do all the things you want to do.Maintaining Mobility As Part Of Healthy Aging Ageing and impact on mobility Mobility is the joy of moving freely and easily.

Healthy muscles, bones and joints allow us to perform all types of movements - from everyday tasks to enjoying our favourite hobbies. Some of the first visible signs of ageing may be changes to posture and gait, as well.The Global Age-Friendly Cities project was developed by Alexandre Kalache and Louise Plouffe, WHO head-quarters, Geneva, Switzerland, and the report was produced under their overall direction.

Substantial intel-lectual contributions in the data analysis and preparation of the report were made by Louise Plouffe; Karen.