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This two-day intensive workshop is being offered in conjunction with Medtrade, Oct. 23 and 24 at the Georgia World Congress Center in downtown Atlanta. Course attendees will receive a free Medtrade Expo pass and access to the event's reduced-price hotel block along with...

source: RESNA

With the use of 3-D printing technology, a three-year-old boy born with a disabled hand received a gift from his grandmother that makes him feel like a super hero.

source: ABC News

The Ice Bucket Challenge frenzy may be cooling off. But Foxboro High School graduate Dan Bacher's humanitarian and scientific work for people with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis continues. Last year, Bacher, a biomedical engineer and neuroscientist, founded SpeakYourMind...

source: The Foxboro Reporter

Google has added features to Drive and the Docs apps suite to make the products easier to use for people who are blind or have poor eyesight, an issue over which the company has been criticized. The improvements include smoother...

source: PC World

When Mortal Kombat hit arcades in 1992, Carlos Vasquez was right there with all the other kids besotted by its edgy take on fighting games. He'd put his quarters in and play for hours, just for love of the game and the competitive environment around it. One entry after another,...

source: Polygon

Janna Espinoza's daughter Coraline has hearing loss, cerebral palsy, epilepsy and developmental delays. Nearly two years old, she can't sit up, stand, creep or use her hands as a typically developing child does. Coraline is among an estimated 6.4 million children in the...

source: NPR


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