Instructional Courses and Workshop proposals are now being accepted for the RESNA's 2017 Conference in New Orleans. If you're interested in presenting, please visit our "Call for Proposals" webpage to find out how to submit your proposal.
The National Institute on Disability, Independent Living and Rehabilitation Research is hosting listening sessions to help inform future funding priorities and strategic direction. Stakeholders are invited to share their input in-person...
Smart specs that know when you are smiling are being developed by researchers to help rehabilitate people with facial palsy. The technology — named Facial Remote Activity Monitoring Eyewear (Frame) — may lend itself to...
This report analyse the climbing stairs wheelchair industry in two aspects. One part is about its production and the other part is about its consumption. In terms of its production, it analyzes the production, revenue, gross margin...
Alayne MacDonald witnesses firsthand the power of technology to make life easier for those with disabilities. The seemingly impossible becomes possible. Alayne is a speech language pathologist with Nova Scotia Hearing and Speech Centers. With clinics in over 24 communities...
Voters with disabilities will no longer, in the words of Secretary of State Denise Merrill, be forced to use "the clunky old system" when voting on Nov. 8. Recently, Merrill and advocates for people with disabilities showed off the...
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