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Jon A. Sanford

Co-Director

The Work RERC

HQ Phone:  (404) 894-1414

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The Work RERC

490 Tenth St. NW

Atlanta, Georgia,30318

United States

Company Description

The Work RERC is developing a supine computer workstation to allow the user to continue working from postures that are significantly different from the traditional upright posture. As the system is being developed, one question that we seek to answer is, "What...more

Background Information

Employment History

The Workplace RERC


Director

Mobility RERC Gallery


Director

Georgia Institute of Technology


Research Architect

Atlanta VA Rehab R&D Center


Affiliations

Global Universal Design Commission

CBCC Member


Emory IRB

Member, Numerous Committees


Housing

Member of Several Editorial Boards


The Gerontological Society of America

Active Member


Education

B.S.

Psychology

Duke University


BS Degree

Georgia Institute of Technology


M. Arch

Adjunct Associate Professor of Architecture


M. Arch.

Architecture

Georgia Institute of Technology


Web References(150 Total References)


Selected Presentations CSUN Conference

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Jon Sanford, M.Arch.
Sanford, J.A. & Butterfield, T. (2005). Using remote assessment to provide home modification services to underserved elders. The Gerontologist 45(3); 389-398. Hoenig, H., Sanford, J.A., Griffiths, P.M., et. al (in press). Development of a tele-technology protocol for in-home rehabilitation. Journal of Rehabilitation R&D.


Workplace RERC - Staff and Student Directory

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Jon Sanford


Workplace RERC - Staff and Student Directory

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Jon Sanford


Staff of the Rehab Engineering and Applied Research Lab(REAR Lab)

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Jon Sanford, M.Arch
Jon Sanford is Director of CATEA, Co-Director of the Work RERC, an Adjunct Associate Professor of Architecture and a Research Architect at the Atlanta VA Rehab R&D Center. He is one of a few architecturally-trained rehabilitation researchers with expertise in environmental barriers to mobility. He is the Co-Principal Investigator for the project, "Effects of Mobility Device and Environmental Facilitators on Activity and Participation" and will direct the Evidence-Based Online Wheelchair Seating and Positioning Course and the State of Science Conference on Wheeled Mobility in Everyday Life.


Workplace RERC - Assessing Workplace Assessments

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Carrie Bruce and Jon Sanford
Jon Sanford is the Co-Director of the Work RERC and a Research Architect at the Atlanta VA Rehab R&D Center. He holds a Masters of Architecture from the Georgia Tech and is one of the few architects engaged in Rehabilitation R&D. He has been engaged in research on the impact of the physical environment on functioning of people with disabilities and older adults for over 25 years and is a leading expert in Universal Design. He is a co-author of the UD Principles, which have been translated into a dozen different languages. His research has covered all facets of accessibility from Universal Design to Accessible Design to AT and in a range of environments from workplace to housing to long term care facilities. Many of his efforts have been used to inform revisions to the ADA Accessibility Guidelines and he is widely published in both the rehab and aging journals.


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