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Jon A. Sanford

Director

Center for Assistive Technology and Environmental Access

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Center for Assistive Technology and Environmental Access

100 Sylvan Parkway Suite 400

Buffalo, New York,14228

United States

Company Description

CATEA, one of six research centers within Georgia Tech's College of Architecture, promotes maximum function, activity and access of persons with disabilities through the use of technology. The Center has developed, evaluated, and utilized assistive technologie...more

Background Information

Employment History

Co-Director

The Work RERC


Research Architect

Atlanta VA Rehab R&D Center


Director

Mobility RERC Gallery


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(126 Total References)


Workplace RERC - Staff and Student Directory

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Jon Sanford


www.catea.org

Jon SanfordCATEA.org Jon A. SanfordCo-Director, Workplace Accommodations RERC 404-894-1413jon.sanford@coa.gatech.eduJon Sanford is a Co-Director of the NIDRR-funded Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center on Workplace Accommodations and a Research Architect at the Rehab R&D Center at the Atlanta VAMC.He is also the Director of Research for EHLS in Wheeling, IL, the nation's largest provider of home modifications, and a consultant to the Center for Universal Design at NC State University.Mr. Sanford is one of the few architecturally-trained researchers engaged in environmental design issues related to accessibility and design for aging and has been well-recognized for his expertise in, issues related to home modifications, environmental safety, and universal design for over 20 years.He has been the Principal Investigator on numerous projects related to accessibility, including best practices in assisted toileting and bathing; access to toilet and bathing facilities; and design of toilet facilities to facilitate independence among older adults.He has developed several assessment protocols for home modifications and is currently funded by the NIA to develop a companion database of home modification interventions.In addition, he is currently directing a multi-site, randomized controlled trial to evaluate the efficacy of using telerehabilitation to provide in-home therapeutic services and developing a universal design assessment protocol for the Center for Universal Design. Sanford, J.A., Jones, M.L., Daviou, P., Grogg, K., Butterfield, T. (accepted for publication).Using telerehabilition to identify home modification needs.Assistive Technology. Malassigne, P., Sanford, J.A., Cors, M. Kartes, S., La Favor, K., & Bostrom, J.A. (2003).From the drawing board.Rehab Management, 16 (8); 34-41. Sanford, J.A, Pynoos, J., Tejral, A. & Browne, A. (2002).Development of a comprehensive assessment to enhance delivery of home modifications.Journal of PT and OT in Geriatrics, 20(2), 43-56. Pynoos, J., Sanford, J.A, Rosenfelt, T, & Browne, A.. (2002).A Team Approach for Home Modifications.OT Practice, 7(7), 15-19. Sanford, J.A. (2002).Time to get rid of those old gray grab bars and get yourself a shiny new pair.Alzheimer's Care Quarterly, 3(1), 26-31. Connell, B.R. and Sanford, J.A. (2001).Difficulty, dependence, and housing accessibility for people aging with a disability.Journal of Architecture and Planning Research, 18 (3), Autumn. Sanford, J.A. and Jones, M.L. (2001).Home modifications and environmental controls.In Clinician's Guide to Assistive Technology.Mosby- Inc., Chicago, 405-423. Calkins, M., Sanford, J.A., Proffitt, M. (2001).Universal design and dementia design.In W.F.E. Preiser and E. Ostroff (eds.). Manual of Universal Design.NY: McGraw Hill. Sanford, J.A., Echt, K., and Malassigné, P. (1999).An E for ADAAG: The case for accessibility guidelines for the elderly based on three studies of toilet transfer.Journal of Physical and Occupational Therapy in Geriatrics 16(3/4), 39-58. Connell, B.R. and Sanford, J.A. (1999).Research Implications of Universal Design.In E. Steinfeld and S. Danford (Eds.), Measuring Enabling Environments, Plenum Press: 35-57. Sanford, J.A., Story, M.F., and Ringholz, D. (1998).Consumer participation to inform universal design.Technology and Disability, 9:149-162. Sanford, J.A. and Connell, B.R.(1998).Accessible seating in stadiums and arenas.The Journal of Urban Technology 5(1), 65-86. Sanford, J.A., Story, M.F., and Jones, M.L. (1997).An analysis of the effects of ramp slope on people with mobility impairments.Assistive Technology 9(1), 22-33. Connell, B.R. and Sanford, J.A. (1997).Housing Needs of Older People to Facilitate Independence and Safety.In J. Hyde and S. Lanspery (Eds.), Staying Put: Changing the Place Not the People.Amityville, NY: Baywood Publishing Co., 113-147.


IDEAS Consulting Inc. - Assessment Toolkit

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Jon Sanford
Jon Sanford, M.Arch is an Associate Professor in the College of Architecture at Georgia Tech and the Director of the Center for Assistive Technology and Environmental Access (CATEA). He is also a Research Architect at the Rehabilitation Research and Development Center at the Atlanta Veterans Affairs Medical Center. Mr. Sanford is one of the few architecturally trained researchers engaged in environmental issues related to rehabilitation. He has been well-recognized for almost 25 years for his expertise in universal design, accessible design and assistive technologies across a range of environments from housing to residential care to public buildings and community spaces. He is one of the authors of the Principles of Universal Design and his research spans the micro environment from the design of toilet and bathing facilities and home modifications for older adults, to the macro environment including design of long term care settings. He has developed a number of assessment protocols, including remote assessments using televideo technology and CASPAR, the Comprehensive Assessment and Solutions Process for Aging Residents. He is currently working on several projects to evaluate the efficacy of interactive teleconferencing to provide remote therapeutic services to older adults and their caregivers, including a multi-site, randomized controlled trial funded by the VA Rehab R&D Service. He has contributed over 100 articles and chapters to the professional literature and has over 150 professional presentations.


Environment & Communication Assessment Toolkit (ECAT) for Dementia Care (without meters)

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Authors/Editors: Carrie Bruce, I.D.E.A.S. Inc., Jennifer Brush, Jon Sanford M.Arch, Margaret Calkins.
Jon Sanford, M.Arch Jon Sanford, M.Arch is an Associate Professor in the College of Architecture at Georgia Tech and the Director of the Center for Assistive Technology and Environmental Access (CATEA). He is also a Research Architect at the Rehabilitation Research and Development Center at the Atlanta Veterans Affairs Medical Center. Mr. Sanford is one of the few architecturally trained researchers engaged in environmental issues related to rehabilitation. He has been well-recognized for almost 25 years for his expertise in universal design, accessible design, and assistive technologies across a range of environments from housing to residential care to public buildings and community spaces. He is one of the authors of the Principles of Universal Design and his research spans the microenvironment from the design of toilet and bathing facilities and home modifications for older adults, to the macroenvironment including design of long term care settings. He has developed a number of assessment protocols, including remote assessments using televideo technology and CASPAR, the Comprehensive Assessment and Solutions Process for Aging Residents. He is currently working on several projects to evaluate the efficacy of interactive teleconferencing to provide remote therapeutic services to older adults and their caregivers, including a multisite, randomized controlled trial funded by the VA Rehab R&D Service. He has contributed over 100 articles and chapters to the professional literature and has over 150 professional presentations.


Academy of Architecture for Health AAHF | Healthcare Design | Research Grants

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Dr. Jon Sanford (Georgia Tech)


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