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A revolutionary new harness designed by a mother to give her wheelchair-bound son a chance to walk has been launched on a worldwide market. Debby Elnatan, a music therapist whose son Rotem has cerebral...

source: The Independent

The RESNA 2014 pre-conference session offers a wide range of courses to help pros add skills to their AT toolbox and learn the latest "hot" tech. Choose from intensive full-day courses and explore a topic in depth, like "The...

source: RESNA

Like any good dancer, Amy Purdy has a great pair of legs. But as with any good dancer, there is far more to her talent than what she does with them. Still, the legs grab your attention. Purdy is a double amputee, and her prosthetic limbs have carried her with deceptive...

source: The Washington Post

How do indie complex rehab providers successfully compete against growing national companies? By banding together. Five regional providers have formed an alliance, called One Point Partners, to help them gain an edge they might not have on their own.

source: HME News

The Rehabilitation Engineering & Assistive Technology Society of North America has released two new position papers on the topics of standing and postural supports. The first paper — Application of Wheelchair Standing Devices:...

source: Mobility Management

A new communications campaign is aiming to make it easier than ever for consumers who use DME and complex rehab technology to speak out about their Medicare rights. In a news announcement, the American Association for Homecare said the new website...

source: Mobility Management


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