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09/28/2017: REHACARE is just around the corner

ToM: autonomous driving; Job numbers remain upbeat for people with disabilities; Seniors w t2-diabetes may have increased risk for fracture; diagnostic tool spots first signs of Parkinson's; New diagnosis for Alheimer's; Determining motor deficits more precisely after stroke; Tan Caglar #HowWeRoll; Sports Center; CYBATHLON Experience; Small increases in activity reduce immobility
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09/14/2017: On the go in road traffic

ToM: Mobility; New healthcare services; Burdens of spousal caregiving alleviated by appreciation; Stroke patient improv w brain-comp. interface; Self-identifying as disabled aid overall well-being; We asked: Long cane 4 children; Training+Working & Mobility+Travel; Project 2 assist travel 4 disabled; Exhibitors @REHACARE; Security issues w health apps 4 dementia patients; Claudia Böhme #HowWeRoll
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08/31/2017: High care costs for families

Cognitive hearing aid; Gaining weight boosts diabetes risk; ToM Community development; Nearly 1/4 hospitalized patients has Diabetes; Experience of stroke survivors w visual impairments examined; Denise Bartels #HowWeRoll; Telemed. as effective as in-person care; Imagining action-consequence relationship can boost memory; Study calls 4 action 2 help adolescents w diabetes; Men having fewer strokes
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08/17/2017: On the ball

We asked; Coming face2face could end myth making in Africa; Living with disabilities and in old age; People w autism = less surprised; 100 is the new 80; When push comes to injury; Coco de Bruycker – That's how she rolls; Study: Europe's demographic future; Successful guide dogs have tough love moms; Resistance training may slows down MS-progression; Prize Game
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08/03/2017: Inclusive living in the quarter

UK employers join Mencap call to get more people with a learning disability in to employment; Topic of the Month: Inclusive living in the quarter; Autism: Genetic influences on how infants visually explore social world; Sibylle Brandt – That's how she rolls; How physical exercise prevents dementia; Falls lead to declines in seniors; Aphasia recovery via speech therapy
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07/20/2017: Capjob helps job seekers with severe disabilities

We asked: Capjob: "People with severe disabilities assist job seekers with severe disabilities"; Topic of the Month: Labor market: Inclusion is a long way from being a matter of course; Christian Kenk - That's how he rolls; News: Certain OTC, less expensive hearing aids provide benefit similar to conventional hearing aid; News: How cats and cows protect farm children from asthma
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07/06/2017: Inclusion in professional life

Video: Accessibility of doctors' offices?; Clinic provides free hearing aids for low-income adults; Topic of the Month: Inclusion in professional life; Leisure activities lower blood pressure in Alzheimer's caregivers; Could therapy animal visitation pose health risks at patient facilities?; Lisa Schütte - That's how she rolls; Wearable diagnostic biosensor for diabetes monitoring
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06/22/2017: Inclusive communication design

Topic of the Month; Stroke rehabilitation: Robotic device is helping patients to recover; App to help improve environments for people living with dementia; Wearable system helps visually impaired users navigate; Anja Bohr - That's how she rolls; Teens with ADHD have lower crash risk; Human brain tunes into visual rhythms in sign language; Muscle grafts could help amputees control artificial limbs
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06/08/2017: Accessible medical practices

Topic of the Month: Accessible medical practices; Modified toy car designs offer children with disabilities more options; Recommendations for certifying emotional support animals; Medal design revealed for Para Athletics Championships 2017; Sabine Ochaba - That's how she rolls; Collegiate inventors awarded with Lemelson-MIT Student Prize; How an IndyCar driver is outpacing diabetes
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05/24/2017: Riding and climbing with disabilities

Family dog could help boost physical activity for kids with disabilities; Personalized music may help nursing home residents with dementia; Ute Göres - That's how she rolls; Study looks at the prevalence, challenges of athletes with ADHD; Topic of the Month: Tour de Sens: Blind and sighted people go on discovery tours together; Stroke patients take the lead in their rehabilitation
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