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News flash: Kids move. They can squirm, stretch, grab, twist, reach, kick, all while seated. They're supposed to. Child development experts say movement doesn’t just help infants and kids to gain strength; it also helps them to...

source: Mobility Management

Mobile technology could open new possibilities for people with disabilities. Recently, the School of Information hosted Dr. Samuel N. Mathew, executive director of the National Institute of Speech & Hearing and director of the Regional...

source: The Michigan Daily

This past Friday marked 10 years since the death of acting great Christopher Reeve. The "Superman" icon, who died in 2004 at the age of 52, was not only a film legend but a force in the world of spinal cord injury treatment, having...

source: ABC News

Like a lot of kids her age, 10-year-old Anastasia Rivas has energy to burn, playing softball and cheerleading and wrestling with her little brother at home in North Bergen, N.J. And unlike a lot of her peers, she also likes to help...

source: Parade

The RESNA Standards Committee on Wheelchairs will meet virtually on Oct. 16 and 29 from 2-4 p.m. ET. Meetings are open to anyone; voting on documents requires membership. The committee is currently seeking clinician and consumer members....

source: RESNA

RESNA has signed on to support a new assistive technology international design competition, called the Asia Pacific AR & TTS (Assistive, Rehabilitative, and Therapeutic Technologies) Challenge 2015. The competition hopes to attract up to 80 design teams to present their...

source: RESNA


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