Ergonomic Car Features Help Drivers with Pain
The Automobile Club of Southern California published a list of senior-friendly features that are helping the aging drive longer. However, not only the elderly can benefit. Those suffering from pain from repetitive strain injuries such as carpal tunnel syndrome should look for these features.
Ergonomics Help Elderly Age in Place
Certified Aging in Place Specialists and product designers are developing ergonomically designed homes and appliances that will allow the 78 million aging U.S. baby boomers to ï¿½age in placeï¿½ (live independently in their own homes for longer periods of time)
The Aging Workforce - Ergonomic Accommodations Benefit Experienced Employees
With foresight, planning, and a willingness to make accommodations for the physical changes that occur with advancing years, businesses can benefit from the wisdom and experience of their aging employees, maintain a consistent workforce, avoid employee turnover costs, and remain competitive.
The Aging Workforce - Physical Changes Require Ergonomic Intervention
Knowledge of the physical impairments caused by aging and how they affect work function is essential so that they can be accommodated for with simple, ergonomic solutions. The corporate benefit is the retention of a healthy, dependable, knowledgeable and skilled employee.
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