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The National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research is seeking public comment for its five-year research plan. This information helps to inform NIDILRR's future funding priorities and strategic direction....

source: Administration for Community Living

3 p.m. EST,  Dec. 21 Lynne Deese, assistive technologist for the North Carolina Assistive Technology Program, will present a workshop that will take the perspective of the technology user and define how technologies...

source: RESNA

The Scientific Papers and Student Scientific Papers has just been posted. Deadline is Jan. 16. It's that time again! RESNA 2017 is June 26-30 at the Hilton Riverside in New Orleans. The conference will include best-practice workshops...

source: RESNA

Verily Life Sciences recently launched its newest assistive technology device called Liftware Level, engineered to help people with movement disorders that may make it difficult to keep utensils level while eating, such as cerebral...

source: Cerebral Palsy News Today

A mom with carpal tunnel syndrome, a teenager with a spinal cord injury and a fisherman with osteoarthritis are inspiring students in the assistive technology course at Grossmont College to design devices that make life easier for people with physical impairments. The course...

source: The San Diego Union-Tribune

Nine fellows from Laos, as part of SportsUnited, learned about assistive technology during their visit to the University of Montana earlier this month. MonTECH, housed in UM's Rural Institute for Inclusive Communities, hosted the visit in partnership with the Maureen and...

source: Missoulian


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