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Auxiliary means for anybody


Dear Sir or Madam,

Everybody needs help – sooner or later. There are many auxiliary means that can make life easier. Plenty auxiliary means make it possible for people with disabilities to live a self-determined and autonomous life. There are diverse auxiliary means – whether daily routine, communication or mobility. Find out more in our Topic of the Month September: Auxiliary means for anyone.

Enjoy reading!

Nadine Lormis
Editorial Team REHACARE.com


REHACARE Trade Fair with Congress & Forums
28 September - 01 October 2016
Düsseldorf, Germany

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Auxiliary means for anyone

Topic of the Month September

Photo: robot arm, hand with pen and ball, wheelchair; Copyright: Messe Düsseldorf/ctillmann
Auxiliary means are indispensable for people with disabilities: They replace essential functions, support them and take the pressure of the people. This applies to adults as well as adolescents and children. Auxiliary means such as gripping and eating aids or wheelchairs can help them to participate in life in a self-determined and autonomous way.
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REHACARE Congress "We for the quarter"

Meeting point of quarter development initiatives

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The first nationwide information and exchange platform that puts the focus of the event to the interdisciplinary experience of housing industry, local authorities, social service providers and organized citizenship. "We for the quarter" is thematically beyond individual issues such as accessible construction, alternative forms of housing, improvements in care, etc..
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Work & Education

NIST study provides voice for evacuation needs of mobility impaired

A new study conducted by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) detailing the challenges faced by people with mobility impairments during emergency evacuation from multistory buildings.
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Research & Health

Telemedicine could improve eye exam access for people with diabetes

Electronic eye exams could become popular in the U.S. among patients who see them as an easy way to visit the eye doctor. After a nationwide telemedicine diabetic screening program in England and Wales, for example, diabetic retinopathy is no longer the leading cause of blindness there.
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Research & Health

Sensor systems identify senior citizens at risk of falling within 3 weeks

Each year, millions of people-especially those 65 and older-fall. Such falls can be serious, leading to broken bones, head injuries, hospitalizations or even death. Now, researchers from the Sinclair School of Nursing and the College of Engineering at the University of Missouri found that sensors that measure in-home gait speed and stride length can predict likely falls.
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Research & Health

Recommended blood pressure targets for diabetes are being challenged

The Swedish National Board of Health and Welfare recently raised the recommended target blood pressure for patients with diabetes. This may lead to more patients suffering from stroke or heart attack, according to a new study from the Sahlgrenska Academy. The new study is the world's largest on the subject and is based on data from the National Diabetes Register.
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Arne Schöning - That's how he rolls

How we roll

Image: Arne Schöning; Copyright: Gestochen Scha(r)f – Fotografie
His passion is photography: Arne Schöning is always looking for new inspiration, does not take life too serious and has a refreshing self-mockery. What he dislikes about the title German Federal Commissioner for the Disabled and what he always wanted to do, he tells us at REHACARE.com
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Forum "Living with care @home"

Expert seminars and workshops on the topic "Care at Home"

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At REHACARE 2016, "Living with care @home" provides practical assistance on care issues and problems of professional nurses and those affected and their relatives and friends may have.
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Exhibitors News

MOBILITY NETWORKS TO SHOWCASE UNSURPASSED RANGE OF PIONEERING VEHICLE ACCESS INNOVATIONS AT REHACARE 2016

Mobility Networks Ltd.

Mobility Networks, the international specialist in access solutions for wheelchair accessible vehicles, will be demonstrating an impressive array of diverse new products at Rehacare 2016 (Hall 06,...
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Exhibitors News

Our technology

IDEAQUEST Inc.

Technically our equipment employs the technology of fiber-grating (FG) vision sensor. Infrared light beams in 1000 to 2000 in number are projected in dots to monitor the movements of human body. This...
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Exhibitors News

The FLOAT V2.0 receives CE mark and is launched in Europe

Lutz Medical Engineering GmbH

We proudly announce that The FLOAT V2.0, the world’s one and only dynamic 3-D Body Weight Support and Guiding System for gait therapy and rehabilitation, was CE marked in June 2016. The FLOAT (Free...
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Exhibitors News

Meet worlds most compact electrical arm support

Assistive Innovations bv

Meet the i FLOAT Powered Assist arm support. The i FLOAT Powered Assist is related to the already existing i FLOAT arm support. The i FLOAT Powered Assist is meant for people who need just a little...
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Exhibitors News

iEAT Feeding Robot

Assistive Innovations bv

Assistive Innovations has developed an unique feeding robot. The iEAT feeding robot will change the world of feeding supports. This electrically controlled feeding robot is suitable for people with...
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Exhibitors News

ORTHOS XXI - European manufacturer of medical devices

ORTHOS XXI Ltd.

PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE - ORTHOS XXI is a manufacturer and distributor of orthopaedic material and hospital devices located in Portugal, EU, with more than 30 years’ experience. We have a wide range...
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Exhibitors News

LIFTKAR PTR 130/160 tracked stairclimber

SANO Transportgeraete GmbH

The LIFTKAR PTR is a mobile unit that has been especially developed for operating on straight steps. Wheelchair users can now move around more freely and helpers no longer need to strain their backs...
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