• that leads to a sense of belonging, inclusion, and recognition that work is adding value to the organization. (Sanford)
  • Maintaining accessibility across all Web environments is essential for healthy aging, whether someone has a disability or not. (Brewer)
  • The Web will not be usable and available to all people without devoting effort to accessibility initiatives that shape the shared public infrastructure. (Lewis)
  • Monitoring health conditions among older people using newer methods of biomonitoring can improve health but still faces technological and cultural barriers. (Agostini)
  • Technological advances, motivational influences on behavior, and cultural change among individuals and in communities are enhancing the capacity of rehabilitation science to forestall the onset of disability. (Winstein)
  • When automated interactions between the health care system and patients more closely emulate human-to-human interaction, they can better promote accessibility, engagement, adherence, and retention. (Bickmore)
  • The best way to develop successful technologies is to have individuals with cognitive and developmental disabilities using the technology in their homes and communities. This will help to figure out what is most effective and to determine where changes are needed. (Wellems)
  • Strategic partnership among acute, postacute, and long-term services and supports could make the widespread adoption of technology a reality. (Alwan)

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