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Computer interface helps disabled patients set tone of musical performance

Photo: Paramusical ensemble [22/07/2015] Pioneering technology has been used to unite a string quartet and four people living with severe disability for a world first in musical performance. The Paramusical Ensemble saw patients from the Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability (RHN) in London interacting with musicians through a Brain Computer Music Interface (BCMI).Computer interface helps disabled patients set tone of musical performance - Read more

"Persons with severe disabilities, who start their own business, need high-quality flexible models"

One-size-fits-all solutions generally don’t work on a typical workday for persons with several disabilities. The often very diverse limitations also require a highly flexible work environment. Since most employers are not able to or don’t want to offer this type of setting, most persons with severe disabilities are often forced to become self-employed."Persons with severe disabilities, who start their own business, need high-quality flexible models" - Read more

New gadget helps the vision-impaired to read graphs

Photo: Gadget for the blind [08/08/2014] People who are blind can now read more than just words, such as graphs and graphics, following the development of an affordable digital reading system by Curtin University researchers.New gadget helps the vision-impaired to read graphs - Read more

Early Strokes: Many Young Adults With Long-lasting Disability

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Photo: Graphic with Word Stroke [05/03/2014] One-third of people who survive a stroke before age 50 are unable to live independently or need assistance with daily activities 10 years after their stroke.Early Strokes: Many Young Adults With Long-lasting Disability - Read more

Augmentative and Alternative Communication: Everybody Has to Say Something

Taking part in the lessons without speaking? Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) makes it possible. With so-called Talkers children with speech impediments can actively take part in the lessons at the Hirtenweg school in Hamburg, Germany. Thus they get the chance to be like all pupils to a certain extent – a little normality far away from the role as an outsider.Augmentative and Alternative Communication: Everybody Has to Say Something - Read more

Carrier at the Cemetery: A Different Kind of Inclusion

In the fields of gastronomy or the landscaping there are numerous integration companies. Why not at a cemetery, as well? This is what the city government of the German town Worms thought and started the successful project „Integration at the cemeteries of Worms“.Carrier at the Cemetery: A Different Kind of Inclusion - Read more

The Way to Integration Goes through the Stomach

Vegetable stew, curry rice, coalfish fillet – in the canteen of the Higher Regional Court in Cologne there is something for every taste. The menu is as various as the employees of the integration company are different. REHACARE.de took a peek inside the pots.The Way to Integration Goes through the Stomach - Read more

 
 

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