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Answered Questions: Monthly News for the Disability Community for July 2021 on Accessible Healthcare
This month’s Answered Questions discusses accessible healthcare, barriers to healthcare, and how primary care physicians can make their practices more accessible for people with disabilities. Continue reading
It may be 90 degrees outside but in here we’re thinking cool: Cool technology from the NIDILRR community? We’re fortunate to be a pert of a community that works on some of the latest technology supporting the independence and participation … Continue reading
Registration is now open for the RERC on Telerehabilitation State of the Science Conference on June 13th and 14th, 2013!
Registration is now open for the RERC on Telerehabilitation (RERC TR) State of Science (SOS) conference on June 13th and 14th. The conference will be presented virtually allowing health and rehabilitation professionals, industry partners, government agencies, and consumers to attend … Continue reading
Disability in Rural Communities: Designing Research for Impact (Part I: Rural Rehabilitation and Employment)
On Wednesday, June 22nd the Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Disability in Rural Communities discussed how they build evidence-based interventions supporting the purposes of the Rehabilitation Act and NIDRR’s Long Range Plan in their presentation “Disability in Rural Communities: … Continue reading
Are you a researcher or practitioner of telerehabilitation? Think about sending your article to the International Journal of Telerehabilitation! IJT is a biannual, peer reviewed journal dedicated to advancing telerehabilitation by disseminating information about current research and practices. Authors are … Continue reading
We took a quick peek into this month’s new acquisitions and found a new article from Katherine Seelman (former director of the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research) and Linda Hartman. Telerehabilitation: Policy Issues and Research Tools was presented … Continue reading