EE Lab Publications

Sevilla, J. and Sanford, J.A. (accepted for publication). A Model of Job Activity Description for Workplace Accommodation Assessment, Assistive Technology.

Rebola, C.R., Sanford, J.A., Milchus, K., Quesenberry, W. & Castro, D. (2012). “Designing New Technologies within a Participatory Approach.” In Pei, E. & Bhatia S. (Eds.), Design for All,” Design for All Institute of India, 7 (7).

Chumbler, N., Quigley, P., Li, Z., Morey, M., Rose, D., Sanford, J., Griffiths, P. and Hoenig, H. (accepted for publication). Effects of Tele-Rehabilitation on Physical Function and Disability for Stroke Patients: A Randomized Controlled Trial, Stroke.

Sanford, J.A. (2012). Design for the Ages: Universal Design as a Rehabilitation Strategy. NY: Springer Publishing.

Brush, J., Calkins, M., Bruce, C. & Sanford, J. (2012). Environment & Communication Assessment Toolkit for Dementia Care, Baltimore, MD: Health Professions Press.

Yang, H. & Sanford, J.A. (2012). Home and community environmental features, activity performance, and community participation among older adults with functional limitations, Journal of Aging Research, (2012), Article ID 625758, 14 pages.

Brush, J., Sanford, J., Fleder, Bruce, C., & Calkins, M. (2011) Evaluating and Modifying the Communication Environment for People with Dementia. Perspectives on Gerontology, (16), 32-40.

Rebola, C.B. & Sanford, J.A. (2011). Editors, Design and technologies for healthy aging, special issue of Physical and Occupational Therapy in Geriatrics, 29(1).

Rebola, C.B. & Sanford, J.A. (2011). Design and technologies for healthy aging, Physical and Occupational Therapy in Geriatrics, 29(1), 1-4.

Ainsworth, E., DeJonge, D., Sanford, J.A. (2011). Legislation, Regulations, Codes and Standards Impacting on the Role of the Occupational Therapist, In E. Ainsworth & D. de Jonge, (eds). An occupational therapist's guide to home modification practice. Thorofare, NJ: SLACK Inc.

Chumbler NR, Rose D, Griffiths P, Quigley P, McGee-Hernandez, N., Carlson, KA, Vandenberg, P., Morey MC, Sanford J, Hoenig H. (Accepted for publication). Study protocol: home-based telehealth stroke care: a randomized trial for veterans. Trials.

Chumbler NR, Quigley P, Sanford J, Griffiths P, Rose D, Morey MC, Ely EW,Hoenig H. (Accepted for publication). Implementing tele-rehabilitation for Stroke rehabilitation with community dwelling veterans: Lessons Learned. International Journal of Telerehabilitation.

Sanford, J.A. (2010). Physical Environment and Home Healthcare. In National Research Council Committee on the Role of Human Factors in Home Healthcare, Role of Human Factors in Home Healthcare, Washington, DC: National Academies Press.

Sanford, J. A. (2010). Assessing Universal Design in the Physical Environment. In T. Oakland and E. Mpofu (Eds.). Rehabilitation and Health Assessment, New York, NY: Springer.

Sanford, J. & Bruce, C. (2010). Measuring the Physical Environment. In T. Oakland and E. Mpofu (Eds.). Rehabilitation and Health Assessment, 207-228, New York, NY: Springer.

Bruce, C. & Sanford, J.A. (2009). Assessment for Workplace Accommodation. In T. Oakland and E. Mpofu (Eds.). Assessment in Rehabilitation and Health, Upper Saddle, NJ: Prentice Hall.

Sabata, D., Williams, M.D., Milchus, K., Baker, P.M.A., Sanford, J.A. (2008). A retrospective analysis of recommendations for workplace accommodations for persons with mobility and sensory limitations. Assistive Technology, 20(1): 28-36.

Ganesh, S., Hoenig, H., Hayter, A., Kim, P., Sanford, J.A, Sprigle, S. (2007). Manual wheelchair use by community dwelling and institutionalized veterans. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 88(4):9-12.

Sanford, J.A., Hoenig, H. (2008). A comparison of in-home vs. telerehabilitation. In Mihailidis, A., Boger, J. Kautz, H., Normie, L. (eds). Technology and Aging. IOS Press: Netherlands.

Zolna, J., Sabata, D., Sanford, J. (2008). Accommodations for Mobility in the Workplace: A Comparison of Workers with and without Wheeled Mobility Devices. In W.C. Mann (ed), Aging Disability and Independence. College of Public Health and Health Professions: Gainesville, FL.

Connell, B.R., Sanford, J.A., Lewis, D. (2007).Therapeutic effects of an outdoor activity program on nursing home residents with dementia.Journal of Housing for the Elderly, 21 (1/2, 3/4):195-210.

Zolna, J.S., Sanford, J.A., Sabata, D., Williams, Goldwaithe, J. (2007). Review of accommodation strategies in the workplace for persons with mobility and dexterity impairments: Application to criteria for universal design. Technology and Disability, 19 (4).189-198.

Sanford, J.A., Griffiths, P.M., Richardson, P., Hargraves, K., Butterfield, T., Hoenig, H. (2007). A comparison of televideo and traditional in-home rehabilitation in mobility impaired older adults. Journal of Physical and Occupational Therapy in Geriatrics. 25(3): 1-18.

Connell, B.R., Sanford, J.A., Lewis, D. (2007).Therapeutic effects of an outdoor activity program on nursing home residents with dementia. In Rodiek, S. and Schwarz, B. (eds.). Outdoor Environments for People with Dementia. Haworth Press: USA.

Sabata, D. Bruce, C. & Sanford, J. (2006). Preparing home health clients for work opportunities with workplace accommodation. Home Health Care Management and Practice, 19(1). December

Bruce, C. & Sanford, J.A. (2006). Development of an evidence-based conceptual framework for workplace assessment. Work, 26(4): 381-390. Sanford, J.A. & Milchus, K., Editors. (2006). Evidence based practice in workplace accommodations. Work, 26(4): 329-332.

Sanford, J.A., Griffiths, P.M., Richardson, P., Hargraves, K., Butterfield, T., Hoenig, H. (2006). The Effects of in-home rehabilitation on task self efficacy in mobility impaired adults: A randomized clinical trial. Journal of American Geriatrics Society, 54:1641-1648. November.

Hoenig, H., Sanford, J.A., Griffiths, P.M., et. al (2006). Development of a tele-technology protocol for in-home rehabilitation. Journal of Rehabilitation R&D 43(2). 287-298.

Sanford, J.A. & Butterfield, T. (2005). Using remote assessment to provide modification services to underserved elders. The Gerontologist 45(3); 389-398.

Stark, S.L. & Sanford, J.A. (2005). Environmental enablers and their impact on occupational performance. In Christiansen, C.H. and Baum, C.M. (Eds.), Occupational Therapy: Performance, Participation, and Well-Being. Slack, Inc: Thorofare, NJ; 298-337.

Brandon, L.J., Ross, D.A., Sanford, J.A. & Lloyd, A. (2004). Predicting Oxygen Uptake in Older Adults Using Lower Extremity Accelerometer Measures. Journal of Rehabilitation R&D. 41(6A), 861-870.

Sanford, J.A., Jones, M.L., Daviou, P., Grogg, K., Butterfield, T. (2004). Using telerehabilition to identify home modification needs. Assistive Technology. 16(1): 43-53.

Sanford, J.A. & Fagan, L.A. (2004). Assistive Technology to facilitate occupational performance in the home. AOTA Technology Special Interest Section Newsletter. 14(2); 1-4.

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. (2002). Code toilet or not code toilet: That is the question. Society for the Advancement of Gerontological Environments, 2(2), September.

Sanford, J.A, Pynoos, J., Gregory, 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.

Ross, D.A. & Sanford, J.A. (2002). Remotely Monitoring Physical Activity of Older Adults with Moderate Dementia. Gerontechnology. 2(1).91.

Sanford, J.A. (2002). The application of activity-monitoring technology in the nursing home setting and the barriers to use among residents with dementia. Gerontechnology. 2(1). 138.

Sanford, J., Daviou, P., Jones, M. (2002). Using TeleRehabilitation to Provide Home Environmental Interventions. Gerontechnology. 2(1). 144.

Sanford, J. Best Practices in Accessible and Usable toilet and bathing facilities in LTC. The Gerontologist. 2002. 42 (Special Issue 1), 278.

Curyto, K., Roos, B., Sanford, J., & Calkins, M. Bringing Technology into the Nursing Home: Barriers and Opportunities. The Gerontologist, 2002. 42(Special Issue 1), 83-84.

Sanford, J.A. (2002). Providing lower-cost home modifications to elders: Validating the assessment process. Maximizing Human Potential 10(1) 4.

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), 234-242.

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.

Daviou, P. and Sanford, J.A. (2001). Accessible bathrooms. Rehab News. Feb, 4-5.

Sanford, J.A. (2000). Home modification for elders: Bringing together differing approaches to assessment. Maximizing Human Potential, 8(1), 3.

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.

Sanford, J.A. and Megrew, M.B. (1999). "Using Environmental Simulation to Measure Accessibility for Older People. In E. Steinfeld and S. Danford (Eds.), Measuring Enabling Environments, Plenum Press: 183-206.

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. (eds.) (1998). People, places, and public policy. Edmond, OK: Environmental Design Research Association.

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., Jones, M.L. and Bell, R.B. (1997). Disability Demographics: How are they Changing? Team Rehab Report.,8(10): 36 - 44 (October).

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.

Jones, M.L. and Sanford, J.A. (1996). People with mobility impairments in the United States today and in 2010. Assistive Technology, 8(1), 43-52.

Connell, B.R., Jones, M.L., Mace, R., Mueller, J., Mullick, A., Ostroff, E., Sanford, J.A., Steinfeld, E., Story, M.F., and Vanderheiden, G. (1996). Development and validation of principles of universal design . Proceedings of the RESNA '96 Annual Conference. Arlington, VA: RESNA Press, 435-437.

Sanford, J.A., Story, M.F., and Jones, M.L. (1996). Accessibility requirements for ramp slope: Results of human subject testing. Proceedings of the RESNA '96 Annual Conference. Arlington, VA: RESNA Press, 455-457.

Sanford, J.A. and Megrew, M.B. (1995). "An Evaluation of Grab Bars to Meet the Needs of Elderly People." Assistive Technology, 7(1): 36-47.

Sanford, J.A. (1994). Long term care design: Design research for older adults -- implications for the design of long-term care facilities for people with dementia. Journal of Healthcare Design, 7(1).

Sanford, J.A. and Megrew, M.B. (1994). Applicability of Grab Bar Standards to Meet the Needs of Older People, Proceedings of the RESNA '94 Annual Conference, (518-520). Arlington, VA: RESNA Press.

Connell, B.R., Sanford, J.A., Moore, R., Bostrom, J.A., and Ostroff, E. (1994). Accessibility Standards for Children's Environments, Proceedings of the RESNA '94 Annual Conference, (48-50). Arlington, VA: RESNA Press.

Connell, B.R., Sanford, J.A., Long, R.G., Archea, C., and Turner, C. (1993). Home Modifications and Performance of Routine Household Activities by Individuals with Varying Levels of Mobility Impairment. Technology and Disability, 2(4), 9-18.

Sanford, J.A. (1993). "Reading Architectural Drawings." TechPack #4.32, Technical Assistance Packet, Center for Accessible Housing, Raleigh, NC.

Sanford, J.A., Fazenbaker, S., and Connell, B.R. (1992). "Alarm System Technology in Elopement Prevention." Technology and Disability, 2(1), 22-33.

Sanford, J.A., Connell, B.R., and Long, R.G. (1991). "Housing Design and Disability: The Relationships Between Typical Design Features and Performance of Routine Activities." Proceedings of Twenty-Second Annual Environmental Design Research Association Conference, Oaxtepec, Mexico, March 12-15.

Sanford, J.A. and Steinfeld, E. (1987). "Designing for Orientation and Safety." Proceedings of the Annual Research Conference of the AIA/ACSA Council on Architectural Research; Boston, MA., November 18-20.

Feurstein, M., Steinfeld, E., Sanford, J.A., and Shiro, G. (1987). "Hands on Architecture." Proceedings of the Eighteenth Annual Conference Environmental Design Research Association; Ottawa, Canada, May 29 - June 2.

Steinfeld, E., Richmond, G., and Sanford, J.A. (1986). "Detectable Tactile Surface Treatments." Proceedings of the Seventeenth Annual Environmental Design Research Association Conference, Atlanta, GA., April 9-13.

Sanford, J.A. (1985). "Designing for Orientation and Safety." Proceedings of the First Annual Conference on Building Use and Safety Technology, National Institute of Building Sciences., March.

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