This article discusses a study investigating the use of a novel communication appliance among five frail individuals who were categorized as the “oldest old” living in a long-term care facility. Factors which impact the adoption of this type of technology are explored.

The authors describe their research findings regarding the needs of older adults with dementia and their family caregivers during Activities of Daily Living (ADL), and the role of intelligent assistive technology (AT) in supporting these needs.

This study sought to identify and validate the requirements for new technology supporting wellness, independence and social participation for older adults living in supportive housing.

The objective of this study was to report on technology use by older adults, 65+, specifically those with activity limiting symptoms, impairments or disabilities.

The authors conducted indepth interviews with older adults who had a sensor monitoring system installed in their homes to understand their perceptions of the technology

This observational study tested the indirect impact of internet use on older adults’ wellbeing by supporting social engagement and reducing loneliness.

The authors developed a shared Electronic Health Record combined with a communication tool for community-dwelling frail older people and primary care professionals called the Health and Welfare Information Portal (ZWIP). This article describes the process evaluation of its implementation.

This article describes a qualitative study done in Hong Kong to explore the attitudes of older adults towards use of technology.