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PneuMobility air-powered wheelchair project

Developed by the Human Engineering Research Laboratories at the University of Pittsburgh and the US Department of Veterans Affairs, the PneuMobility scooter and wheelchair are powered by compressed air instead of the electric motors most scooters and...

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This webinar discusses how to utilize the Univeral Design for Learning (UDL) framework as the foundation to apply the same principles during transition and on into the employment sector. While businesses and people with disabilities sometimes encounter serious challenges as they seek to implement inclusion strategies, as assistive technology (AT)...

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Recent changes in the landscape for assistive technology solutions for Mathematics on the web have prompted the development of MathJax into a single rendering and accessibility solution. (Mathjax is a unique, open source, JavaScript platform for the online display of mathematics.) We present our current efforts that depend on a...

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People with profound Intellectual Disability (ID) have difficulties expressing their needs due to their limited communication skills. These skills are usually limited to gestures and vocalizations many of which so idiosyncratic that can only be interpreted correctly by their caregivers/parents often with a large gap between their interpretations. In this...

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This Denver, Colorado company is a distributor of adaptive Alpine and Nordic skiing equipment in the USA. Following the American success of the Spokes' n Motion company, a European subsidiary was opened in 2003 in Toulouse (France). Spokes'n Motion offers a full range of sport and recreational adapted equipment for...

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This company provides a range of products that put goals within reach for people of all abilities and ages. Working with individuals, parents, teachers and therapists, we find - or invent - the devices, toys and tools that help build more joyful, fulfilling lives. From learning and play, to communications...

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This is a resource from the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA). Staying active while living with a disability can help you strengthen your heart, build strong muscles and bones, improve coordination, and make you feel better about yourself. For those with disabilities, there are many adaptive sports and recreation programs...

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From the Medstar National Rehabilitation Network. Adaptive Exercise information including adaptive exercise equipment and disability sports sites. This pdf contains listings of organizations, descriptions and links for everything from the paralympics to outdoor adventures for people with disabilities, and other non-profits like the national sports center for the disabled. There...

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From The PTDC (World’s largest independent community of personal trainers). What’s the best exercise equipment for someone living with a disability (stroke, spinal cord injury, amputation) to have at home to continue to exercise after rehab?” While each person is different and working towards his or her specific goal, a...

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This Iowa Dept. of Education AT page contains information on: Federal Regulations; State Rules; Quality Indicators for Assistive Technology (QIAT) Services; State AT Liaisons; AEA AT Contacts; Assistive Technology Consideration; Areas of Assistive Technology; Funding Sources; Frequently Asked Questions; and Resources. Per the site: AT is any device that allows...

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