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Tag Archives: safety
Princes, Superheroines, and Goblins! Oh, My!
It is that time of year again in the Northern Hemisphere where the temperature cools, the leaves change colors, and Halloween approaches! To help everyone celebrate Halloween, we are providing safety tips, costume ideas, and fun activities that will help … Continue reading
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
Are you ready? Emergency preparedness for people with disabilities
As the East Coast of the US braces for Hurricane Irene (and any of her future siblings), we’re gathering our readiness kits and battening down the hatches. We’ve pulled together a few items to share. Please feel free to pass … Continue reading
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