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Sign Up, Join In, and Participate in Research!
Research and development projects are happening across the country and they’re looking for people with disabilities to join in. Interested? Learn more about participating in research! Continue reading
Posted in Clinial/Rehab trials Tagged clinical trials, participatory action research, research, surveys 4 Comments
New SCI resource from the Paralysis Resource Center
Our friends at the Paralysis Resource Center have published a new guide: Don’t Call It a Miracle: The Movement to Cure Spinal Cord Injury by Kate Willette. The 238-page guide covers the basic biology of the spinal cord and what happens … Continue reading
Posted in Guide, Uncategorized Tagged clinical trials, paralysis, Paralysis Resource Center, Plain language, spinal cord injury Leave a comment
Disability News Weekly Roundup – Monday, March 17 – Friday, March 21
Disability Awareness: Friday marks World Down Syndrome Day (9News, Denver, CO) Down syndrome is a genetic disorder in which someone has three copies of chromosome 21 instead of two. As a play on numbers, March 21 is World Down Syndrome … Continue reading
Posted in Weekly News Roundup Tagged Alzheimer's, apps for blind users, autism, blood tau levels, brain concussion, cerebral palsy, clinical trials, clot-busting treatment, dark chocolate, dark chocolate health benefits, dementia, disability legislation, down syndrome, microvascular disease, mobile and smartphone, mobile apps, robotic exoskeleton, school suspension, special education, stroke Leave a comment
Participate: Participants needed for hearing research
You can help advance new technology and treatments! Continue reading
Posted in Clinial/Rehab trials, Project Tagged clinical trials, cochlear implants, DC, hearing, hearing aids, NY, participation, rehab trials, tinnitus, washington Leave a comment