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Children could soon see their favorite toy grafted on to the end of their arm, thanks to designs for Lego prosthetics that allow everything from mechanical diggers to laser-firing spaceships to be screwed on to the end of a child's limb.

source: The Guardian

President Barack Obama may be talking to telepresence robots in the White House, but his administration is still deciding to what extent website operators should accommodate people with disabilities using them. When the White...

source: The Huffington Post

When Jennifer's eyesight deteriorated to the point that she could no longer read the newspaper or mail, this small-town Minnesotan could only wait and hope patiently that a friend would come by daily and read to her. Fortunately, Jennifer found an easier, more convenient...

source: StateTech

Complex rehab stakeholders need not worry that their issues will get lost in the shuffle when NCART, NRRTS and RESNA combine their conferences next year, organizers say. "We're all in this together," said Weesie Walker, NRRTS's executive director, who is on the event's...

source: HME News

Twenty-five years ago, the Americans with Disabilities Act was signed...

source: PBS

RESNA's popular two-day course, "Fundamentals in Assistive Technology," will be offered in conjunction with Abilities Expo Boston on Sept. 17-18 at the Boston Convention Center. RESNA is authorized by IACET to provide 1.4 CEUs for this course, and members receive a discount....

source: RESNA


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