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NIDILRR-Funded Consumer Products: Physical and Occupational Therapies
According to the National Library of Medicine (NLM), physical therapy (PT) “may include certain exercises, massages and treatments based on physical stimuli (e.g., heat, cold, electrical currents or ultrasound).” The objective of PT is to relieve pain, help you move … Continue reading
NLS Music Section Celebrates 50 Years!
Last night, we had the opportunity to enjoy a wonderful concert at the Library of Congress, celebrating 50 years of service for the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (NLS) music section! We joined NIDRR SBIR grantee … Continue reading
Posted in Event Tagged blindness, braille, Dancing Dots, jazz, Justin Kauflin, libraries, Library of Congress, music, SBIR Leave a comment
Disability News Weekly Roundup Monday, Jan 20 – Friday, Jan 31
Health: Automated system could efficiently identify high-risk osteoporosis patients (Science Daily) An automated system that identifies high-risk osteoporosis patients being treated for fractures and can generate letters encouraging follow-up is an effective way to promote osteoporosis intervention and prevent future … Continue reading
Posted in Weekly News Roundup Tagged accessibility, aging, assistive technology, autism, Broadway, children, deaf, deafness, diabetes, direct brain interface, early intervention, exercise, follow-up care, insulin pump, medical technology, music, osteoporosis, paralysis, policy, safety, sports, theater, traumatic brain injury Leave a comment