Goal: Therapists can help clients increase independence by making the home smarter.
Rehabmart.com markets ADA-compliant teak shower benches that feature drop-down legs, 18-gauge heavy-duty steel construction, and are designed to be mold and mildew resistant.
A touchscreen-based environmental control system intended to provide customization to meet the needs of each individual user is available through Boundless Assistive Technology.
The Helen Hayes Hospital Center for Rehabilitation Technology has announced a new workshop series titled “Making Your Home e-Smarter.”
Potential for independence grows as environmental control technologies extend the grip of disabled patients over their surroundings
Carex Health Brands reports that it has added two new bathroom mats to its bathroom safety product line.
The Minor Home Modification (MHM) Program from Placer Independent Resource Services (PIRS) is designed to make homes safer, more accessible, and more affordable for individuals living with disabilities to remain in their homes.
Helen Hayes Hospital recently announced the unveiling of its Smart Apartment, an interactive model apartment featuring hi-tech equipment engineered to assist individuals with disabilities in leading independent lives in their homes.