Universal design as a rehabilitation strategy : design for the ages / Jon A. Sanford
- Sanford, Jon A.
- New York : Springer Pub., 
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- Physical Description:
- xviii, 288 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
- Machine generated contents note: pt. I FORM, FUNCTION, AND FUNCTIONALITY -- 1.The Functionality of Form: The Link Between Design and Rehabilitation -- Social Construction Models -- Theoretical Implications for Universal Design as a Rehabilitation Strategy -- 2.The Fiasco of Form: Disabling Design -- Disability, Ability, and (Dis)ability -- Everyday Design -- Environmental Barriers: Design Implications of Ability -- Summary -- 3.Function Follows Fiasco: Specialized Designs for Enabling Disabling Design -- Assistive Technology -- Accessible Design -- Stigma of Specialized Design -- 4.Form Follows Function and Functionality: Universal Design as Enabling Design -- Universal Design Versus Specialized Design -- The Principles of Universal Design -- Activity, Participation, and the Principles -- Other Approaches to UD Principles -- UD Principles and the ICF: A Comparison of Alternatives -- Is It Universal? -- References for Part I -- pt. II DESIGN FOR THE AGES: UNIVERSAL DESIGN AS A REHABILITATION STRATEGY FOR AGING IN PLACE AND AGING IN THE WORKPLACE -- 5.Housing Environments: Universal Design as a Rehabilitation Strategy for Aging in Place -- Housing Health: Health Technology as a Therapeutic Intervention -- Advancing Activity: Specialized Design as a Prosthetic Intervention -- Promoting Participation: Visitable Design as Everyday Interventions for Aging in Place -- Advancing Activity and Promoting Participation: UD as Everyday Interventions for Aging in Place -- Universal Design for Aging in Place: Case Studies of Toileting and Bathing -- 6.Work Environments: Universal Design as a Rehabilitation Strategy for Aging in the Workplace -- Prosthetic and Therapeutic Roles of the Work Environment -- Accommodating Activity: Specialized Design as a Prosthetic Intervention -- Workplace Weil-Being: Sociopetal Space as a Therapeutic Intervention -- Accomodating Activity and Promoting Participation: Universal Design as Everyday Interventions for Aging in the Workplace -- 7.Barriers to Adoption of Universal Design as a Rehabilitation Strategy -- Public Policy Disincentives for UD -- Provider Perceptions and Practices -- Personal Perceptions -- Consumer Confidence -- References for Part II -- pt. III BREAKING DOWN BARRIERS: ADOPTION OF UNIVERSAL DESIGN AS A REHABILITATION INTERVENTION -- 8.Universal Design as a Rehabilitation Strategy -- Adopting an ICF Model of Disability -- Medicalizing the Home and Work Environments -- Putting Health Back into Health, Safety, and Welfare -- Certifying Providers -- Sensitizing Consumers -- 9.Whither Universal Design? -- References for Part III.
- 9780826125521 (pbk.) and 0826125522 (pbk.)
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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