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RESNA has formed an ad hoc committee to explore the interest and feasibility in accrediting assistive technology/rehabilitation engineering. Department heads and program chairs of assistive technology/rehabilitation engineering programs...

source: RESNA

Driverless cars are coming. And those of us who drive in...

source: The Washington Post

The race is on: Complex rehab giants National Seating & Mobility (NSM) and Numotion have each tapped outside talent to take the reins as both companies look to continue growth. Mike Swinford has joined Rocky Hill, Conn.-based Numotion as CEO, while Bill Mixon has joined...

source: HME News

It appears HME providers will now be able to repair equipment, such as power wheelchairs, without having to find the original medical necessity documentation from the original provider, AAHomecare reports. If Medicare paid for the base equipment initially, medical necessity...

source: HME News

The latest issue of NRRTS Directions magazine introduces the members of RESNA's Professional Standards Board, charged with oversight of the organization's certification programs for the ATP and the SMS. See page 52.

source: RESNA

Power wheelchair electronics are advancing rapidly, with new features that can help clients be more functional. RESNA instructor Michelle L. Lange, OTR, ABDA, ATP/SMS will focus on mouse emulation to control a computer or speech generating...

source: RESNA


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