RESNA annual meeting; Practical Guide for People with Disabilities Who Want to Go to College; Focus Brief issue 37, Lessons Learned in Technology Transfer; Employer Assistance and Resource Network (EARN) employer blog; NIDRR seeks reviewers to participate in peer reviews; physical activity monitor system featured in journal Spinal Cord; NIDRR grantee receives 2013 Disability Policy Research Emerging Investigator Award; Arthritis State of the Science Meeting
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Men's Health Week; Self-Determination and Aging, latest issue in Research to Practice Brief; online Q&A on research for a cure in SCI held by UAB-SCIMS; MentalHealth.gov launched by HHS; CIRRIE sponsors international presenters for symposium on disability rehabilitation in low and middle income countries; RanchoGait evaluation app debuts on iTunes; Webinar: Bridging the Gap Between Health and Mental Health for Persons with Serious Mental Health Conditions.
Choosing a summer camp for a learning disabled (LD) child and visiting wheelchair accessible national parks; intimacy issues facing individuals with mental health conditions; To Walk or Roll: The Controversy Over Walking and Research; 2012 National Employment Conference Post-Webinar Series; article describes the role of Project SEARCH in helping youth with ASD gain competitive employment; NPR Labs' Captioned Braille Radio Initiative highlighted on WAMC; webinar discussing pathways to positive futures for youth with serious mental health conditions; webcast and live chat featuring new advances in research for recovey after SCI.
National Aphasia Awareness Month; podcast in the Active Living with Arthritis series discusses overcoming barriers to common leisure activities; survey gathering information about disclosures of mental health issues by academic faculty; Source, an international online resource center on disability and inclusion; Institute for Disabilities Research and Training Inc. receives award from the US Small Business Administration; webcast: funding opportunities at the NIDRR; webcast: Secondary Conditions After SCI in a Population-Based Cohort.
National Hurricane Preparedness Week; ADA Questions and Answers; quick poll of assistive technology use by people with SCI; 2013 Webinar Series on Alzheimer's Disease and Resources; NURERC Scholars Program recipient named; NIDRR seeking reviewers to participate in peer reviews for competitions; webinar on characteristics of employment discrimination charges filed under the ADA; webinar featuring a new, free, web-based resource for helping researchers explore disability and compensation.
Mental Health Month and World of Possibilities Expo; Practical Guide for People with Mental Health Conditions Who Want to Work; survey of health needs for people with disabilities in Massachusetts; Join the Conversation for Change, helping youth with disabilities transition from school to work ; COLA Guide for promoting social inclusion and community integration; study demonstrating benefit of exercise for people with physical disabilities; the future of accessible human-computer interaction discussed on NPR; webinar on program access in parks, recreation, and tourism.
NARIC Calendar of Events; exercise videos for people with psychiatric disabilities; ADA National Network Disability Law Handbook; conference at Boston University on skills needed to navigate the changing healthcare environment; Relationships after TBI video wins award; study demonstrates inexpensive method for establishing a standard baseline of accessibility; May employment data showing positive trends for people with disabilities; webinar presents national data on Olmstead-related litigation.
World Possibilities Expo; Smartphone apps for people with arthritis; clinical trial for adults with SCI in Denver, CO; accessibility challenges for voters with disabilities; NNJSCIS hosts Grand Rounds on the state of SCI; SCIRehab featured in special issue of Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; user-centered exercise game aids in fitness and fall prevention for seniors; 2013 Summer Institute on Measuring Rehabilitation Outcomes for the Clinician.
This issue features: Cynthia Waddell in memoriam; FAAST toolkit for VR and game developers; survey for farmers with amputations; disability statistics in the news; new technologies for rehabilitation and health promotion; NARRTC awards; knowledge translation webinar; NSCIA webcasts. Sent April 24, 2013
Annual meeting of NARRTC; Americans with Disabilities Act Scoping Review; self-management and SCI survey; the Help America Vote Act 10 years later; Third International Transformational Technology Summit sessions available online; Sprint ID packs receive US Disability Matters Award; NEW-R Curriculum feature in PsyR Connection issue; State of the Science of Prevention and Management of Secondary Health Conditions in People After SCI course.