• Avant-propos - Présentation du contexte
    Préface
    Introduction

    Vieillir et rester mobile

    Pour bien vieillir dans les territoires, réinventer la proximité avec la « mobilité-reliance »
    Des experts en mobilités choisies
    Gérer la transition démographique et assurer « continuum résidentiel » et la « mobilité enjeu » des seniors dans les bassins de vie quotidienne... un défi actuel et prospectif pour la politiques publiques
    Piétons âgés : leur mobilité au prisme de l'accessibilité et de la sécurité
    Réaction

    Vieillir et conduire

    Vieillissement et mémoire spatiale : évaluation et compensation des déficits en consuite automobile
    Faisabilité d'un protocole cognitif pour aider les médecins généralistes dans leurs conseils auxconducteurs seniors
    « Safe Move » for older drivers : pour une mobilité sûre des conducteurs âgés
    Vieillir et conduire

    Des TIC pour favoriser la mobilité des seniors

    Les personnes âgées face aux mutations de l'information et de la billettique dans lestransports collectifs routiers
    Accompagnateur virtuel - ViBe"
    La mobilité par l'information - résultats des projets BAIM/BAIMplus
    Conclusion

  • He Used A Hand Saw. . .
    On Valentine's Day 2007, in a suburb of Detroit, stay-at-home dad Stephen Grant filed a missing person's report with the local sheriff. Grant's wife Tara had disappeared five days earlier. He'd been searching for her ever since--or so he claimed.
    He Started With Her Hands. . .
    Over the next two weeks, police questioned Grant. He lashed out, accusing them of harassment, pleading his innocence in television interviews. He swore that his wife, a successful businesswoman, had abandoned him and their children. Then the police made a gruesome discovery. . .
    He Kept Her Torso In The Garage.
    After his arrest, Grant confessed to strangling his wife and cutting her body into fourteen pieces while the children slept. Detroit News reporter George Hunter interviewed Grant several times, learning shocking details of his relationship with Tara. This chilling account goes inside the twisted mind of a husband who snapped--and a marriage that ended in bloody carnage.
    Includes 16 Pages Of Shocking Photos
    George Hunter has spent the last ten years covering murderers, rapists and gangsters as an award-winning police reporter for The Detroit News. His national television appearances include CNN's Nancy Grace, Fox News' Greta Van Susteren, and MSNBC News.
    Melissa Ann Preddy is a Michigan-based freelance writer who spent more than thirteen years as a reporter, columnist, and editor for The Detroit News. She was a 2004-2005 Knight-Wallace Fellow in Journalism at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, and presently is writing a fictional mystery series.
    Both authors live in the Detroit area.

empty