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The Evolution of Head Safety Equipment
A revolutionary device that could save lives by alerting family and friends in case of a serious injury is now available. ICEdot, the world’s first “personal crash sensor” is a fourth-generation safety device that pairs helmet and smartphone and uses … Continue reading
Posted in Article, Project, Uncategorized Tagged alert, android, app, bike, biking, blading, bluetooth, brain, brain injury, climbing, concussion, derby, firs responder, head, health, helmet, hiking, icedot, injury, iphone, monitor, motor, mountain, owusu, phone, riding, rock, roller, skating, sport, sports, technology, teddowusu, teddy, wireless Leave a comment
Participate: Survey on How You Communicate with Emergency Services
The Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center for Wireless Technology is conducting a survey of how people with disabilities communicate with emergency services. Take 5 minutes to fill it out and you could be eligible to win a $250 Amazon gift card … Continue reading
Posted in Clinial/Rehab trials, Project, Survey Tagged emergency services, RERC, survey, wireless Leave a comment
Participate: Wireless RERC Needs You!
The Wireless RERC needs consumer input! Continue reading
Posted in Guide, Project, Publications, Website Tagged accessibility, cell phones, consumers, technology, universal design, wireless Leave a comment
NARIC’s Digital Archive Project: New Additions
More additions to the digital archive. Continue reading
Posted in Article, digital archive, Guide, Publications, Report Tagged deaf, disability rights, employment, Full text, health promotion, independent living, participatory action research, rural, small business, substance abuse, TTY, vocational rehabilitation, wireless, women with disabilities Leave a comment