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08/09/2018: Accessible adaptation creates mobility

New 'e-dermis' brings sense of touch to prosthetic hands; Her Abilities Award: Spotlight on 99 Abilities; Tokyo Paralympic mascot named Someity; Beth Griffiths – That's how she rolls; Virtual reality may help students experience life w dementia first hand; Therapy dogs effective in reducing symptoms of ADHD; The LGBT Community&Dementia; ToM: Accessible adaptation creates mobility; Exhibitors News
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07/12/2018: Auxiliary means for professional sports

Fiona Anderson – That's how she rolls; Strategic classroom intervention can make big difference; Learning disabilities: Kids&families struggle beyond t academics; ToM: Adaptive sports equipment; AI&radar technologies could help diabetics manage their disease; Low-cost prosthetic foot; Cost, coverage&more drive hearing aid inequality; New screening tool could help diagnose early cognitive decline
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06/28/2018: M-Enabling Forum at REHACARE

Video: Prosthetics for everyday life and sports; New telemedicine exercise therapy; Lisa Brockschmidt – That's how she rolls; Tackling bullying could help reduce depression in autistic teens; Topic of the Month: Prosthetic limbs as unique as their wearers; Peer-to-peer program for young people with chronic diseases; We asked: M-Enabling Forum
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06/14/2018: Prostheses: Auxiliary means with hand and foot

Workplace dress codes present barriers to people with disabilities; Sarah Alexander – That's how she rolls; Sex matters: Addressing the Alzheimer's research gap; Researchers change clinical practice for infants with diabetes; Topic of the Month: Prostheses: Auxiliary means with hand and foot; Insomnia is a likely long-term side effect of stroke; Video: Robot assisted rehabilitation after stroke
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05/31/2018: Leading by example

New tech may make prosthetic hands easier to use; Shona Cobb – That's how she rolls; CrossFit improves how people with type 2 diabetes can control blood sugar levels; Germany's perfect preparation ahead of home athletics Euros; Topic of the Month: "Putting patients at the center of modern rehabilitation"; People with dementia more likely to go missing; Exergaming may help at risk of Alzheimer's
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05/17/2018: The accessible way of getting from A to B

How We Roll: Jahn Graf; Disabled Europeans take streets; ToM: A mix of conventional and robot-assisted therapy leads to success; Searching for a nursing home and don't know where to turn?; We asked: TTC Wheel-Trans; New movement monitoring system helping prevent falls in the elderly; Brain activity helps explain diabetics' negative feelings; Prosthetic arms can provide controlled sensory feedback
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05/03/2018: Get back into balance

How We Roll: Paola Klokler; Screen reader+keyboard helps blind users browse webpages; Drinking water may help exercising seniors stay mentally sharp; Group training aims to foster safe ambulation in older adults; ToM: Modern rehabilitation; Watch your step: How vision leads locomotion; New guideline: Start taking MS drugs early on; Men younger than 50: The more you smoke, the more you stroke
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04/19/2018: How ichó gets an echo

How We Roll: Conny Runge; Weekly nutrition classes 2 improve type 2 diabetes; ToM: Canada; We asked: "ichó brings people w/without dementia together"; Smartphone 'scores' can help doctors track Parkinson's disease symptoms; AI improves touchscreen interfaces 4 users w impairments; Equal access 2 healthcare still denied 2 persons w disabilities;
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04/05/2018: The travel season is the best time of the year

Care home admissions risk breaching human rights; Regulation on rail passengers’ rights; Tim Stratmann – That's how he rolls; Mobile phone reminders w incentives help prevent diseases; ToM: Self-determined traveling; Praise motivate young adults w autism; Why older people might lose their way; Dementia: Core elements identified 4 successful transitions in care
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03/22/2018: TUECHTIG offers space for inclusion

Dominique Kogut – That's how she rolls; PyeongChang 2018: Closing Ceremony praises record-breaking Games; Why some older people are rejecting digital technologies; For blind gamers, equal access to racing video games; Topic of the Month: "Every generation of activists has its own issues and concerns"; Landmark stroke study could hold key to new therapies; We asked: TUECHTIG
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