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Aug. 18 is the start of National CRT Week, and complex rehab providers are being urged to visit their elected representatives while Congress is on recess. Members of NCART, NRRTS, and RESNA are working hard supporting HR 942 and S...

source: CRT

Think of it as the Terminator's human-friendly sibling. In a hotel lobby across the street from Apple's corporate campus, a desk clerk places a razor in the bin of a three-foot-high robot and taps in a room number on a display. The robot, "Botlr," chirps an R2-D2-style...

source: The New York Times

Age, we are told, is just a number. And happily, there are many intellectual and social pursuits that can help our minds to stay active and "young." Physically, however, time does impact our bodies — every day, and certainly over a lifetime. And the natural aging...

source: Mobility Management

It's game time for the industry's efforts to reform the audit and competitive bidding programs, industry stakeholders say. "We need to do everything we can to build support for our bills to put ourselves in the best possible position to be attached to a moving vehicle...

source: HME News

A startup company from India has created "smart shoes" that can give the wearer directions; they are expected to be especially helpful for the visually impaired. The shoes are called Lechal, which means "take me there" in Hindi, Mahsable reported. The shoes were created...

source: Re/code

For decades, the U.S. military and its private-sector partners have been working towards a technology straight out of science fiction: robotic suits. And it's no surprise. Exoskeletons could add to soldiers'...

source: Business Insider


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