Health and Digitalization. Active Ageing, Technologies and New Contemporary Challenges - Luca Benvenga, Elisabetta Trinca - Vita e Pensiero - Articolo Comunicazioni Sociali Vita e Pensiero

Health and Digitalization. Active Ageing, Technologies and New Contemporary Challenges

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and New Contemporary Challenges
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journal COMUNICAZIONI SOCIALI
section Open Access
title Health and Digitalization. Active Ageing, Technologies and New Contemporary Challenges
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publisher Vita e Pensiero
format Article | Pdf
online since 07-2021
doi 10.26350/001200_000126
issn 0392-8667 (print) | 1827-7969 (digital)
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Covid-19 health crisis is redefining the perimeters of everyday life globally. As a result, cultural practices aimed at improving the quality of life are undergoing profound transformations, leading Social  Sciences to question the current needs for digitization of the various areas of the individual and social sphere in facing the challenges of the post- coronavirus. This work aims to develop some key issues for a better understanding of the technological transformations that are affecting physical activity practices and well-being in the post-quarantine period. In addition, we will see how the AI-oriented technologies that allow people to age and to care in their own homes, managing in an integrated way conditions of even severe disability are going to increase. In this article we propose a review of the  main technologies able to assist the weakest and first and, in our vision, to reduce the risk of Covid-19 infection, but also a happy and active ageing and health monitoring of the subject at risk,  timulating him/her to those motor activities that support a good state of health.

keywords

Active ageing; Covid-19; e-health; ICT.

Authors biography

Università del Salento ‒ luca.benvenga@unisalento.it.
Università La Sapienza, Roma ‒ elisabetta.trinca@uniroma1.it.

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Anno: 2021 - n. 2

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