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Universal design as a rehabilitation strategy : design for the ages / Jon A. Sanford

Main Author: Sanford, Jon A. Publication: New York : Springer publishing company, cop. 2012 Description: XVIII, 288 p. : il.ISBN: 978-0-8261-2552-1Topical name: Acessibilidade | Design inclusivo | Ambiente CDU: 615.851.3*AM Online Resources: Click here to access online List(s) this item appears in: Terapia ocupacional
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Índice
Preface, p. XI
Acknowledgments, p. XV
Prologue, XVII
PART 1. FORM, FUNCTION, AND FUNCTIONALITY, p. 1
1. The Functionality of Form: The Link Between Design and Rehabilitation, p. 9
Social Construction Models, p. 10
Theoretical Implications for Universal Design as a
Rehabilitation Strategy, p. 17
2. The Fiasco of Form: Disabling Design, p. 19
Disability, Ability, and (Dis)ability, p. 19
Everyday Design, p. 30
Environmental Barriers: Design Implications of Ability, p. 32
Summary, p. 49
3. Function Follows Fiasco: Specialized Designs for Enabling Disabling Design, p. 51
Assistive Technology, p. 52
Accessible Design, p. 54
Stigma of Specialized Design, p. 59
4. Form Follows Function and Functionality: Universal Design as Enabling Design, p. 65
Universal Design Versus Specialized Design, p. 67
The Principles of Universal Design, p. 71
Activity, Participation, and the Principles, p. 80
Other Approaches to UD Principles, p. 85
UD Principles and the ICF: A Comparison of Alternatives, p. 89
Is It Universal?, p. 91
References for Part l, p. 107
PART II. DESIGN FOR THE AGES: UNIVERSAL DESIGN AS A REHABILITATION STRATEGY FOR AGING IN PLACE AND AGING IN THE WORKPLACE, p. 111
5. Housing Environments: Universal Design as a Rehabilitation Strategy for Aging in Place, p. 115
Housing Health; Health Technology as a Therapeutic Intervention, p. 117
Advancing Activity. Specialized Design as a Prosthetic Intervention, p. 120
Promoting Participation: Visitable Design as Everyday Interventions for Aging in Place, p. 148
Advancing Activity and Promoting Participation: UD as Everyday Interventions for Aging in Place, p. 151
Universal Design for Aging in Place: Case Studies of Toileting and Bathing, p. 170
6. Work Environments: Universal Design as a Rehabilitation Strategy for Aging in the Workplace, p. 183
Prosthetic and Therapeutic Roles of the Work Environment, p. 185
Accommodating Activity: Specialized Design as a Prosthetic Intervention, p. 189
Workplace Well-Being: Sociopetal Space as a Therapeutic Intervention, p. 220
Accomodating Activity and Promoting Participation: Universal Design as Everyday Interventions for Aging in the Workplace, p. 222
7. Barriers to Adoption of Universal Design as a Rehabilitation Strategy, p. 241
Public Policy Disincentives for UD, p. 242
Provider Perceptions and Practices, p. 247
Personal Perceptions, p. 251
Consumer Confidence, p. 251
References for Part II, p. 253
PART III. BREAKING DOWN BARRIERS: ADOPTION OF UNIVERSAL DESIGN AS A REHABILITATION INTERVENTION, p. 265
8. Universal Design as a Rehabilitation Strategy, p. 267
Adopting an ICF Model of Disability, p. 267
Medicalizing the Home and Work Environments, p. 268
Putting Health Back into Health, Safety, and Welfare, p. 269
Certifying Providers, p. 269
Sensitizing Consumers, p. 270
9. Whither Univesal Design?, p. 273
References for Part III, p. 277
Index, p. 279

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