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The world's first research program aimed at people with disabilities launched in Scotland recently. Disability Research on Independent Living and Learning will fund around 40 research proposals and projects across the U.K. over the next five years, in a bid to create a...

source: Third Force News

This webinar will present the clinical indicators for direct access, switch access and mouse access of speech generating devices. RESNA is authorized by IACET to provide 0.1 CEUs per webinar, and members receive a discount.

source: RESNA

RESNA will offer "Advanced Seating & Mobility" in conjunction with the Medtrade conference, Oct. 29-30 in Atlanta. This in-person, two-day advanced course will address common positioning challenges and strategies, including primary seating surfaces and secondary supports....

source: RESNA

An article by RESNA Executive Director Michael Brogioli was published Sept. 25 in a special USA Today Assistive Technology supplement. The supplement was available with the newspaper in eight markets, including Los Angeles, New York, Dallas, and Boston. Titled "Assistive...

source: RESNA

An innovative teen has helped a woman enjoy a simple joy of being a mother. Alden Kane, a Detroit high school student, created a custom adaptable stroller that will allow new mother Sharina Jones — who uses a wheelchair —...

source: The Huffington Post

Scientists have volunteered their time to develop a device that has enabled a person with disabilities to ride a horse on his own for the first time.

source: Imperial College London


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