Social robots in the era of demographic ageing (and gnomographic uncertainty


Published in: Geriatrie a Gerontologie 2015, 4, č. 3: 138-143
Category: Review Article

Overview

The author presents a review on effects of social robots on somatic and behavioral functionning, social interactions, psychic functions in older persons with frailty and disability. Considerations about the future possible use of social robots in different environments and in the care for older persons, persons with dementia, frailty, reduced self-sufficiency and geriatric syndromes are based on this review.

Keywords:
robot – social robot – older persons – elderly – frailty – dementia – intellectual disability – depression


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