April is Occupational Therapy Month; Aging Well with a Disability Factsheets; call for recipes and prep tips for a Disability Cookbook; International Workshop on CBR and Persons with Intellectual Disabilities; Spaulding-Harvard Model System receives NSCIA Chapter award; special needs for special siblings; Morph Wheels wins innovation award; people with disabilities more engaged in the workplace; Triumph Services, Inc.: assisting individuals with ASD to live and work independently.
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NARIC and social media; Tax Access website; relationships after TBI; social media accessibility toolkit; new technology expanding access to movies and in-flight entertainment; NIDRR research featured on Blind Matters Radio Show; NIDRR researchers honored; high rise evacuation for people with disabilities.
NARIC librarians available for online chat through AskMe; couples' relationship after TBI; PAS center seeks stories from disaster survivors; DESA/UNICEF/UNPRPD World We Want 2015 online discussion; the right to Web equality for people with cognitive disabilities; findings and recommendations for AT access presented to the Navajo Nation Council; Tony Gentry named OT Career Visionary; cloud computing and people with disabilities.
Brain Injury Awareness Month; Emergency Preparedness for People with Disabilities Guide and Checklist; website survey; ABILITY Jobs; accessible technology: is supply outstripping demand?; Latino USA offers captioned radio broadcasts; New York Times profiles Joshua Miele; the role of peer specialists in promoting competitive employment for the people they serve.
CSUN summary; research to VR practice newsletter; survey of user needs; disability characteristics of income-based government assistance recipients in the United States: 2011; information retrieval for international disability and rehabilitation research; new open access article on Need to Knowledge Model; developing a personal emergency preparedness plan for individuals with SCI.
NARIC at CSUN; everyday nutrition for individuals with SCIs; use of YouTube to learn about living with SCI; Advocates in Disability Award; bridging the gap between rehabilitation and exercise; Allen Heinemann named Co-Editor-in-Chief of APMR; APRM supplement focuses on knowledge translation.
This issue is The Prepared Lifestyle online courses designed to help educators, emergency responders, people with disabilities and healthcare professionals, UAB seeks participants for SCI Project at University of Alabama Birmingham, MIUSA announces video on power of women leaders with disabilities, NIDRR presents “New Model for Preventing Needless Work Disabilities”, SCSCIMA hosts 3rdInternational Transformational Technology Summit, website debuts by OSERS Transition Steering Committee.
This issue includes Client Centered Practice in SCI Rehabilitation, survey on mobile technology for hard of hearing users, TBIMS research in the news, The National Eye Institute Low Vision Program, the Leveling the Playing Field report finds workers with disabilities and business benefits, JSCM special issue focuses on SCI Rehabilitation Project Phase 3.
This issue includes Points of Empowerment series of topical factsheets on minority populations with disabilities, survey of weight loss in those with psychiatric disabilities, a workforce recruitment program, KT4TT announces 2012 PUSH Award, and research on breast cancer screening and intellectual disabilities.
This issue includes factsheets on Multiple Sclerosis, January quick poll from SCI Health, an Administration on Community Living newsletter, NewPublicHealth Magazine interviews James Rimmer on increasing opportunities for people with disabilities to healthy, Yeongchi Wu presents at ISPO 2013 World Congress, and open registration for State of the Science Conference.