technology

Logging In Can Be a Frustrating Task for Computer Users with Visual Impairments

study funded by the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR).

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RehabWire - Volumen 5, Número 7, Agosto 2003

RehabWire para agosto cuenta con la investigación actual sobre la ceguera y la discapacidad visaul y los servicios y la tecnología desarrollada para satisfacer las necesidades de esta población.

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RehabWire - Volume 12, Number 5, Summer 2010

Aging in Place

NIDRR's research in aging in place falls within the Health and Function and Technology priorities.

NIDRR Grantees on the Cutting Edge.

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RehabWire - Volume 12, Number 4, May 2010

Stroke

NIDRR's research in stroke falls primarily in the Health and Function, Participation, and Technology priorities.

NIDRR Grantees on the Cutting Edge.

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RehabWire - Volume 12, Number 3, April 2010

Autism

NIDRR research in Autism crosses almost every priority: Health and Function, Participation, Technology, and Employment Outcomes.

NIDRR Grantees on the Cutting Edge.

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RehabWire - Volume 10, Number 9, November 2008.

Technoloy for Stroke Rehabilitation

One of NIDRR's research priorities is Technology for Access and Function. This includes technology developed for the rehabilitation process as well as assistive technology.

NIDRR Grantees on the Cutting Edge.

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RehabWire - Volume 5, Number 7, August 2003

RehabWire for August features current research on blindness and visual impairments and the services and technology developed to meet the needs of this population.

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NIDRR Research Spotlight, Volume 1 Number 2

Could an iPod Touch ® be the key to successful employment for people with autism?

A NIDRR-funded study at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) suggests that these hand-held computers offer support to people on the autism spectrum who are entering the workforce.

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