A course presented by RIC aims to provide participants a comprehensive approach to assessing upper extremity (UE) impairment and function, as well as a framework for customizing task-specific training in stroke patients.
A new January 13 webinar presented by the Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America (RESNA) emphasizes the importance of early mobility in young children through the use of power wheelchairs.
To meet the demands of active older adults and address the occurrence of fractures, joint replacements, and OA, an intermediate-level course seeks to develop efficient and effective rehabilitation programs for lower-extremity geriatric dysfunction.
To combat the reported 1.4 million civilian traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) occurring annually in the US, a workshop presented by Summit Professional Education offers up-to-date research and key assessment and evidence-based intervention procedures.
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