Accessibility Professionals markets Freedom Lift Systems Diago wall cabinet lifts, which are built to increase accessibility for individuals with physical disabilities and others who may have a challenge reaching items in a wall cabinet.
A wide array of training opportunities in foot and wound care will be featured at the “Woundstock: A New Dimension in Foot and Wound Care,” event, October 14 to 18.
Leaf Healthcare reports that medical device sales representative Eric Williams has joined its sales team, where he will oversee sales efforts in Southern California.
Bipartisan legislation intended to reauthorize the Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) program recently passed the Senate.
According to a recent Cedars-Sinai news release, the ALS Program at Cedars-Sinai has been named an ALS Association Certified Treatment Center of Excellence.
The Safety Glo Bedside Handrail, available through Clarke Health Care Products, features a pad placed on top of the rail with a soft glow to allow users to locate the rail during movement at night.
A soft exosuit currently being developed by Harvard University’s Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering for DARPA’s Warrior Web program is designed to be lightweight and help prevent musculoskeletal injury in warfighters.
A recent news release from RehabCare reports that it is partnering with Bellarmine University of Louisville to develop a clinical residency program, designed to prep students with specialized training and leadership skills necessary to care for older, vulnerable patients.
A total of $8 million in grants will be awarded to provide adaptive sports opportunities for veterans and servicemembers of the Armed Forces with disabilities, according to a recent announcement from the VA.
The Movi is a new chair engineered for use in a hospital or skilled-nursing facility, or potentially in the home as a mobility aid intended to serve as an alternative to a wheelchair.