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Book Chapter

Percival, John; Hanson, Julienne and Osipovič, Dorota (2009). Perspectives on Telecare: implications for autonomy, support and social inclusion. In: Loader, B.; Hardey, M. and Keeble, L. eds. Digital Welfare for the Third Age: health and social care informatics for older people. Routledge.

Percival, J.; Hanson, J. and Osipovic, D. (2008). Perspectives on telecare: implications for autonomy, support and social inclusion. In: Loader, Brian D.; Hardey, Michael and Keeble, Leigh eds. Digital Welfare for the Third Age: Health and Social Care Informatics for Older People. London: Routledge, pp. 49–62.

Percival, J.; Hanson, J. and Osipovic, D. (2008). Making sense of sensors: older people's and professional caregivers' attitudes towards telecare. In: Loader, Brian D.; Hardey, Michael and Keeble, Leigh eds. Digital Welfare for the Third Age: Health and Social Care Informatics for Older People. London: Routledge, pp. 49–62.

Hanson, Julienne; Osipovič, Dorota and Percival, John (2008). Making sense of sensors: older people’s and professional caregivers’ attitudes towards telecare. In: Loader, Brian D.; Hardey, Michael and Keeble, Leigh eds. Digital Welfare for the Third Age: health and social care informatics for older people. Abindgon, UK and New York, NY, US: Routledge, pp. 91–111.

Hanson, J. and Percival, J. (2006). Differing perspectives on Telecare: An attitudinal survey of older people, professional care workers and informal carers. In: Langdon, P.; Clarkson, J. and Robinson, P. eds. Designing Accessible Technology. London: Springer, pp. 215–225.

Journal Article

Hanson, Julienne; Percival, John; Aldred, Hazel; Brownsell, Simon and Hawley, Mark (2007). Attitudes to telecare among older people, professional care workers and informal carers: A preventative strategy or crisis management? Universal Access in the Informatics Society, 6(2) pp. 193–205.

Percival, John and Hanson, Julienne (2007). 'I dont want to live for the day anymore': visually impaired people's access to support, housing and independance. British Journal of Visual Impairment, 25(1) pp. 51–67.

Percival, John; Hanson, Julienne and Osipovic, Dorota (2006). A positive outlook? The housing needs and aspirations of working age people with visual impairments. Disability and Society, 21(7) pp. 661–675.

Percival, J. and Hanson, J. (2006). Big brother or brave new world? Telecare and its implications for older people's independence and social inclusion. Critical Social Policy, 26(4) pp. 888–909.

Percival, J. and Hanson, J. (2005). 'I'm like a tree a million miles from the water's edge': Social care and inclusion of older people with visual impairment. British Journal of Social Work, 35(2) pp. 189–205.

Percival, John and Hanson, Julienne (2005). 'Im like a tree a million miles from the water's edge': Social care and inclusion of older people with visual impairment. British Journal of Social Work, 35(2) pp. 189–205.

Hanson, Julienne and Percival, John (2005). The housing and support needs of visually impaired adults living in England today. British Journal of Visual Impairment, 23(3) pp. 102–107.

Percival, John (2004). Practical solutions to service shortcomings in the care of older people: the case for professional collaboration. British Journal of Ophthalmology, 88(3) pp. 439–440.

Percival, John (2003). Sight loss in later life: A vision for health service intervention. Nursing Times, 99(15) pp. 36–38.

Percival, John (2002). Domestic spaces: Uses and meanings in the daily lives of older people. Ageing and Society, 22(6) pp. 729–749.

Percival, John (2001). Self esteem and social motivation in age-segregated settings. Housing Studies, 16(6) pp. 827–840.

Percival, John (2000). Gossip in sheltered housing: Its cultural importance and social implications. Ageing and Society, 20(3) pp. 303–325.

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