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11/29/2018: With Simple Language to a finished application

We asked: "Simple Language can break down online barriers"; Using Skype to beat the blues; Benjamin Schmidt – That's how he rolls; Study illuminates the largely unrecognized role of youth caregivers; Music improves social communication in autistic children; Topic of the Month: Inclusion in practice: On the right career path; Community choirs reduce loneliness for older adults
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11/15/2018: Mindfulness-based interventions to help stroke survivors

New robot helps the elderly exercise; Lukas Krämer – That's how he rolls; Half of women over 50 experience incontinence, but most haven't talked to a doctor; Naps help some preschoolers learn, but may hinder learning in children with down syndrome; Topic of the Month: The !nkA project: "Vocational schools lack inclusion experience"; Robotic arm may help to rehabilitate chronic stroke victims
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11/01/2018: Inclusion in professional life and education

2019 Wheelchair Basketball Euros hosts named; Toni Furmanski – That's how she rolls; How schools can optimize support for children with ADHD; Topic of the Month November: Inclusion in professional life and education; SeRoDi research project presents final results; Social media buffers depression among older adults with pain; Thinking outside the box: Adults with ADHD not constrained in creativity
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10/18/2018: The latest research news on stroke

Snowboard meets desert!; How We Roll - Daniel Wehrmann; EU pushes for more accessibility on Audiovisual Media; ToM: "Major setback on the road to accessible housing: There are no clear guidelines"; Researchers show new noninvasive blood glucose test; New geriatrics research offers roadmap to 'revolutionary change' for person-centered care; New report on mobility has experts moving
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10/04/2018: REHACARE 2018: More successful than ever!

Video: Self-determined and empowering: Activists with disabilities; Photo gallery: CYBATHLON Experience at REHACARE 2018; Review Highlights of REHACARE 2018; Michaela Gurzinski – That's how she rolls; Topic of the Month: Accessible living - with care requirements and without;
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09/20/2018: Be part of it live!

Sports Center; CYBATHLON; #REHACARE; How We Roll - Michel Arriens; MoreGrasp: thought-controlled grasp neuroprosthetics; Topic of the Month: neolexon app for people with Aphasia; We asked: OpenEarConcept; Tokyo 2020: Record number of sports to be broadcast live; Exhibitors News
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09/06/2018: Focus on communication aids

Katja Alekseev – How she rolls; "Mobility+Travel"; Robots as partners in rehabilitation; "Training+Working"; Stroke doubles dementia risk; Eyes may show early sign of Parkinson's disease; 'Inclusion tour' brings rowers 2gether; Exhibitor lectures; Children w tics can be helped by group & individual therapy; Study helps children in supporting autistic peers; ToM: Communication aids; Exhibitors News
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08/23/2018: On the road with smart technologies

Raul Krauthausen – That's how he rolls; "Brain+Eye+Ear"; Google Glass helps kids w autism; Wheelchair Basketball: Marina Mohnen's motivation; ToM: EMG and VfmP; M-Enabling Forum; We asked Munevo; Cardiovascular disease can be reduced significantly; Ppl who are caring 4 family member don't get enough sleep; Resistance training & motivation; Get stronger bones w football; Exhibitors News
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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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07/26/2018: Tourism is for everybody

Para ice hockey in Australia; Berlin 2018: Germany select strong team; ToM: Sports wheelchairs; 15 min of exercise creates optimal brain state for new motor skills; Manuela Richter – That's how she rolls; From the lab to the real world; Living in greener neighborhoods is associated w slower cognitive decline; 'Skinny fat' may predict Alzheimer's risk; We asked: Tourism for All; Exhibitors News
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