This issue includes consumer factsheets for SCI, TBI, and Burn Injury in Spanish, a survey of mothers with physical disabilities, National Family Caregivers Month, APMR special issue focuses on evidence-based practice, announcement of 2012 scholarships for students of parents with disabilities, Snow World video game helping with pain management, PAS discuss the potential of managing long term care costs.
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This issue includes Points of Empowerment series of topic sheets focused on issues of importance to minorities with disabilities, ENACT seeks participants for studies on arthritis, webinar covering access to historic buildings and facilities, Brain Injury features articles from the Model Systems Abstracts, Nancy Chiaravalloti was interviewed on the effects of concussions and second impact syndrome on football players, Paul Wehman discusses project with John Ogle of WCVE, RERC research paper wins Bors Award, and a webinar on Virtue and Psychosocial Adaptability in Disability.
This issue includes a new active living podcast on arthritis, development of REVR online archive of employment materials, a webinar on Exploring Community Service as a Pathway to Employment, open registration for the Annual Compendium of Disability Statistics and Research to Policy Roundtable, Shivayogi V. Hiremath publishes “How Much Physical Activity for Wheel Chair Users?”, webinar discussing medical leave as a reasonable accommodation, and a state of the science conference webcast.
This issue includes IDEAL Currency Identifier released for Android, DC and NY areas seeking participants for hearing research studies, Office of Disability Employment Policy releases the Workplace Flexibility Toolkit, Michael L. Boninger elected to Institute of Medicine, availability of the Aging with Disability: Demographic, Social, and Policy Considerations proceedings, Nancy Chiaravalloti gets interviewed by News 12 and WMBC about TBI research, and webcast on Beyond Yellow Ribbons: Putting Veterans with Disabilities to Work.
This issue includes ADA Online Learning web conferences on ADA basics, ADA legal issues, and accessible technology, SCI Awareness Survey, JAN releases Workplace Accommodations: Low Cost, High Impact, Need to Knowledge Model published in Technology and Disability, book released by IPS on supported employment, conference and webcast on Building Rehabilitation Research Capacity at the Nexus of New Technologies, Age, and Disability
This issue includes Modeling Technology Innovation released by KT4TT, Campaign for Disability Employment, NIDRR Grantee contributes to report focused on rights of parents with disabilities, Mary E. Sesto and her team initiates project on Improving Work Ability Among Breast Cancer Survivors, RRTC presents sessions at ACRM, and a webcast on Grant Opportunities for Minority Researchers.
This issue includes Fundamentals of Measurements in Rehabilitation for Older Adults webinar, cancer survivor survey, Building A Life guide for young people with disabilities, The New Frontier in Accessible Transportation article highlights Tiramisu, Lisa Razzano receives HMPRG Research Award, webinar on returning to work after traumatic brain injury, and 2013 NARRTC Conference.
This issue includes Research to Practice Briefs highlighting the achievements of active projects, health information technology survey, Includification: A Practical Guide to Game Accessibility, the Wireless RERC’s launches an updated Survey of User Needs, NCSCIMS provided insight into the long-term outlook for men with violence-related SCI in DC for a recent Washington Post article, conference exploring advances in care and research and strategies for overcoming barriers to recovery from brain injury, and a webinar on using medical reserve corps for PAS in shelters.
This issue includes Issue Briefs on employment and youth with disabilities, quick poll on the Affordable Care Act, 2012 National Employment Conference, case study on the iPod Touch showing that it is an effective tool for people with autism spectrum disorders, new Perspective article on health insurance-motivated disability enrollment, and a one summit focused on educational strategies and psychosocial interventions for children with TBI.
Welcome to September! The last of the summer vacations have wrapped up, we're back at our desks, and classrooms are buzzing from kindergarten through college. If you're headed back to school, check out these resources for students with disabilities at the elementary, secondary, and college levels. If you're a researcher or professional in education, search REHABDATA for the latest publications and reports in your field.