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10/202016: Documentary film about Multiple Sclerosis

Short walks after meals may prove important tool in managing diabetes; Can older adults with dementia continue to drive?; Laughter-based exercise program has health benefits; Lars Hemme - That's how he rolls; People with autism more likely to follow their heads; Osteoporosis remains undiagnosed and untreated; Topic of the Month October: The Federal Participation Law: hotly debated; REHACARE review
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10/06/2016: Review to REHACARE 2016

REHACARE Congress: "Building the quarter is a process"; Video: Exhibitors at REHACARE 2016; WCMX professional skater Aaron Fotheringham shows off cool stunts at the REHACARE skatepark; Photo gallery: REHACARE quite automobile; Stefanie Batzer - That's how she rolls; Topic of the Month October: Politics and legal issues
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15/09/2016: Care: Support for relatives and staff

Video: Hand in hand – Family caregivers and nursing services provide in-home care; We asked: Concept for caregiver workload relief: "Empathy is a fundamental part of being human"; How we roll: Meike Mittmeyer-Riehl; Topic of the Month: Eating and drinking: daily living aids that make life easier; News: Inclusive education for children with muscle-wasting conditions
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01/09/2016: Auxiliary means for anyone

Topic of the Month September: Auxiliary means for anyone; NIST study provides voice for evacuation needs of mobility impaired; Telemedicine could improve eye exam access for people with diabetes; Sensor systems identify senior citizens at risk of falling within 3 weeks; Recommended blood pressure targets for diabetes are being challenged; Arne Schöning - That's how he rolls; Exhibitors News
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18/08/2016: Inclusive living made easy

Marit Müller - That's how she rolls; Early education benefits children with disabilities; Promising peer mentoring program for early career gero-nursing faculty; Topic of the Month August: Culturally sensitive care: "Treating people equally and fairly but not the same": Gaming camera could aid MS treatment; Working and volunteering could reduce disablement in seniors; Exhibitors News
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04/08/2016: Care: Never stop learning

Petra Wontorra - That's how she rolls; Smartwatch interface could help prevent falls at nursing homes; Virtual reality helps teens with autism learn how to drive; Topic of the Month August: Advanced training in care; Guidance System with 3D sounds for the visually impaired; Video: Mobility – accessible travel with public transportation; Australian study finds massive diabetic foot disease costs
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07/21/2016: Computers that watch and describe movies

We asked: Will software automatically describe movie plots in the near future?; Kim Denise Hansmann - That's how she rolls; Topic of the Month July: Driver training for people with disabilities; News: Embedding of dementia care training; News: Nearly half of nursing home residents complete end-of-life care orders; News: Brief, simple test to screen for cognitive impairment in AD
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07/07/2016: Mobility: Self-determined on the go

Dublin airport wins Accessible Airport Award 2016; Marcella Becker - That's how she rolls; Extra 1,000 steps a day shows benefits for children with type 1 diabetes; For women, healthy diets may help with mobility when aging; Topic of the Month July: Mobility; Seniors with undiagnosed hearing loss can become isolated; Obesity linked to increased risk of multiple sclerosis
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23/06/2016: Robot caregivers: blessing or curse?

Video: REHACARE 2016: Self-determined living; Apparel causes additional barriers for people with disabilities; Heiko Mersch - That's how he rolls; Study highlights multiple factors of ADHD medication use; Diabetes more frequent in children with chronic rheumatic disease; Topic of the Month June: "I have a real chance of winning gold in Rio"; Exercise can help adults better cope with ADHD symptoms
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09/06/2016: Sport events from Germany to Rio

Videoconferencing between hospital clinicians, nursing home staff offers new dementia treatment; New low-cost workforce extends primary care to homes of older adults; Marcel Gerber - That's how he rolls; Nominations for the Access City Award 2017 are open; Topic of the Month June: Athletic competitions; Rights of UK disabled women in spotlight
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