Getting around in a town is now much easier for elderly people because the Tecnalia research centre has produced an app that offers the best alternative by providing clear information. Read more
App to help elderly people get around on public transport
Constantin Grosch - That's How He Rolls
Disabled people should have the same rights in handling their income and their asset. Constantin Grosch does not just share this opinion, he also ... Read more
Constantin Grosch - That´s How He Rolls
Constantin Grosch on REHACARE.de
Topic of the Month July
Whether it is process optimization or human resource management, whether it is an outpatient or inpatient facility – the occupational image of a nursing manager has changed during the last years... Read more
Topic of the Month
In July: Nursing management
Welcome to the leading trade fair on "self-determined living"!
We asked ... Sascha Velten
For Sascha Velten, one thing went without saying even when he was a child: as a result of cerebral palsy and tetra spasticity, his younger brother Marcel garnered special attention in their family ... Read more
We asked ...
"Adult siblings sooner or later ask the same questions"
Together strong at the Special Olympics
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Video: Together strong at the Special Olympics
Living inclusion – at the Special Olympics people with and without disability compete together in athletic competitions and most of all enjoy sports and being together.
25/07/2014 - Getting around in a town or city is a necessity in order to carry out everyday tasks. However, knowing which is the most convenient bus to get to the centre or when you have to change buses is not always a straightforward task. This is now much easier for elderly people because the Tecnalia research centre has produced an app that offers the best alternative by providing clear information. read more
23/07/2014 - Living at home as long as possible is a wish expressed by many people with dementia. To enable this, researchers of the German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases (DZNE) have developed a computer-based procedure that identifies individual demands in dementia care management. read more
18/07/2014 - The repetitive facilitation exercise (RFE) is one of the most common rehabilitation tactics for stroke patients attempting to regain wrist movement. Stroke hemiparesis individuals are not able to move that part of their body because they cannot create a strong enough neural signal that travels from the brain to the wrist. read more
25/06/2014 - Almost 70 percent of adults with Type 1 diabetes never use their blood glucose self-monitoring devices or insulin pumps to download historical data about their blood sugar levels and insulin doses – information that likely would help them manage their disease better. These new survey results show that only 12 percent of patients regularly review their past glucose and insulin pump data at home. read more
11/06/2014 - A group of Kansas State University engineers and students have developed technology to improve the health and quality of life for children with severe developmental disabilities. read more
06/06/2014 - An app for smartphones automatically calculates the carbohydrate content of a meal. The programme called GoCARB enables diabetics to better plan their meals and to control their blood glucose easier. GoCARB was developed at the ARTORG Institute of the University of Bern in close cooperation with Bern University Hospital. read more
30/05/2014 - Ordinarily, deaf students are left in the dark when they visit a planetarium. With the lights off, they can't see the ASL interpreter who narrates their tour of outer space. With the lights on, they can't see the constellations of stars projected overhead. That's why a group at Brigham Young University (BYU) launched the "Signglasses" project. read more
21/07/2014 - An interdisciplinary group of researchers at the University of Arizona (UA) has been awarded a $2 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to study language abilities in patients recovering from a stroke. The findings are expected to guide the development of treatments that would help patients regain as much of their language skills as possible. read more
21/07/2014 - Older adults are at a greater danger of falling when walking for utilitarian purposes such as shopping and appointments than when walking for recreation, according to a study from University of Massachusetts Medical School. read more
16/07/2014 - A new study has revealed that gardens in care homes could provide promising therapeutic benefits for patients suffering from dementia. By critically reviewing the findings from 17 different pieces of research, the research has found that outdoor spaces can offer environments that promote relaxation, encourage activity and reduce residents' agitation. read more
14/07/2014 - Depression is a common risk for people who have lost their vision from age-related macular degeneration (AMD), but a new study shows that a type of rehabilitation therapy can cut this risk in half. The study was funded by the National Eye Institute (NEI), part of the National Institutes of Health. read more
02/07/2014 - Imagine feeling a slimy jellyfish, a prickly cactus or map directions on your tablet display, because that's where tactile technology is headed. But you'll need more than just an index finger to feel your way around. read more
02/07/2014 - Music can help those without the means to express themselves to communicate. There is a need for more music therapists in psychiatric health care, says researcher Karin Mössler at Uni Research in Bergen, Norway. Music therapy is suitable for all ages, from children born prematurely to elderly people suffering from dementia. read more
30/06/2014 - Autism Awareness Month each April brings blue lights and puzzle shapes out to shine in many communities – but does it actually lead to increased autism awareness? According to a new analysis of web search trends by researchers at Drexel University, it does appear to drive an increase in Google searches for autism – by a third over searches in March in recent years. read more
23/06/2014 - Improving the overall quality of one's diet helps to prevent type 2 diabetes, independent of other lifestyle changes, according to a study. read more
20/06/2014 - Commercially available activity-monitoring apps, Web sites, and wearable devices allow for easy self-management of health and wellness. This technology may be particularly helpful for older adults, who can improve their cognitive function through proper diet and exercise. read more
16/06/2014 - Splitting the cow’s milk proteins in a formula does not prevent the start-up of the disease process of type 1 diabetes in predisposed children, shows a large international study. However, these results do not exclude the possibility that the early dietary modification may affect the latter phase in the disease process and so prevent the actual illness. read more
23/07/2014 - Peer-led interventions that target parental well-being can significantly reduce stress, depression and anxiety in mothers of children with disabilities, according to new findings. read more
16/07/2014 - University of California San Francisco (UCSF) researchers have completed the first Internet-based clinical trial for children with autism, establishing it as a viable and cost effective method of conducting high-quality and rapid clinical trials in this population. read more
11/07/2014 - As of 2014, approximately one out of every 68 children born has an autism spectrum disorder (ASD), according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Historically, less than one in four youth with ASD successfully transitions into a fully independent adult. read more
09/07/2014 - A children's classic that already is a candidate for the all-time best feel-good book, "Goodnight Moon," has gotten a boost: A University of Colorado (CU) Boulder team printed the first 3D version of it, allowing visually impaired children and their families to touch objects in the story – like the cow jumping over the moon – as it is read aloud. read more
23/06/2014 - Parents who have a child with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) are about one third less likely to have more children than families without an affected child, according to a study led by a UC San Francisco researcher. read more
02/06/2014 - Women diagnosed with diabetes before or during pregnancy are less likely to initiate and continue breastfeeding their newborns than women without diabetes, a new study suggests. read more
24/07/2014 - A [Bristol / South Gloucestershire / West Country] manufacturing firm that put the rubber stretch into the Stretch Armstrong toy has hit the shelves in Boots this week, with a waterproof protector for plaster casts. read more
23/07/2014 - Investment underscores Q’Straint’s position as a global technology industry leader Whitstable, East Kent, United Kingdom (July 1st , 2014) --Q’Straint, a... read more
21/07/2014 - Transfer boards are used by wheelchair users for increased safety during independent and assisted transfers from one seating surface to the next. Safe transferring is crucial to preventing falls and fall related injuries, yet many wheelchair users are reluctant to take their transfer boards when they leave home because of their cumbersome, rigid design. read more
21/07/2014 - SP Industries, Inc. ("SP"), a leading designer and manufacturer of state-of-the-art laboratory equipment, biological drug manufacturing solutions, and specialty glassware, announced today that it has acquired privately held Bel-Art Products ("Bel-Art"). read more
15/07/2014 - Lymed picked up a prestigious Red Dot Product Design Award in Essen on the 7th of July, 2014. Lymed was given their award for Lymed Sport™ garment in the famous Aalto Theater of Essen. read more
Exhibitors of REHACARE 2012
Last year the exhibitors presented their products and services in six halls. We talked to some of them and asked them about their trade fair impressions.
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24 - 27 Sept. 2014