According to a Brown University news release, a research team has pinpointed a new measure intended to assist in evaluating how well an adult amputee can perform activities of daily living (ADLs) with a prosthetic arm.
Even Par Enterprises, Inc, which markets the assistive device Lend-A-Hand, has announced that it has added a new Brochure tab to its Web site homepage. The new tab is designed to allow site visitors to make copies of the products new brochure.
Rehab Management caught up with David Lippes and Josh Anderson of TiLite at the 2012 International Seating Symposium in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. A new TiLite pediatric wheelchair. Watch it now!
United Cerebral Palsy (UCP) has issued a statement in response to the lingering accessibility issues reported to exist within the House Office Buildings and spotlighted by the Office of Compliances Biennial Report on the 111th Congress, Americans with Disabilities Act Inspections Relating to Public Services and Accommodations.
Craig Hospital’s specialized Nurse Advice Line (NAL), a resource designed to provide nationwide phone-based education to individuals with spinal cord injury (SCI), recently received the 2012 Magnet Prize.
Users can now access a series of free video vignettes designed to demonstrate the soft skills all young workers need, including individuals with disabilities, according to a recent news release from the US Labor Departments Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP).
Centegra Health System recently introduced a new driver rehabilitation program designed to assist in a safe return to driving for individuals who have sustained a traumatic injury or serious illness, according to a recent news release.
As a nod to the expanding field of hip specialists, the Joint Preserving and Minimally Invasive Surgery of the Hip Symposium with the Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) recently provided a platform to gather international experts in hip surgery to share a comprehensive overview of recent advances and trends in treating a range of hip disorders.
According to a recent news release, researchers have found that 30% of the likelihood of developing multiple sclerosis (MS) may be revealed in 475,806 genetic variants in our genome.
With the onslaught of winter, the New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center and New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center have released tips for older adults to assist in preparing for the potential hazards of colder weather, including fall prevention.