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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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03/08/2018: Activists of inclusion

Daniela Maier - That's how she rolls; Tokyo 2020: Mascots revealed; Diabetes did not increase early retirement; Stretchable electronics a 'game changer' for stroke recovery treatment; Topic of the Month March; Newborn babies who had stroke regain language function; Study: Many parents of children with disabilities don't make care plans; Hip Hop meets health in a campaign against type 2 diabetes
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02/22/2018: Loud, louder, live music

Julia Andres - That's how she rolls; Topic of the Month: SELFMADE: Making your own 3D printed assistive devices; Balance exercises may help people with multiple sclerosis; Diabetes management improved in high-risk population through community program; We asked FullAccess; What factors make 'age-friendly environments' effective?
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02/08/2018: 3D printing makes it possible

New care working model: Improved home care services and reduced workload; Topic of the Month: Auxiliary means out of the 3D printer; Bionic reconstruction – restoration at the psychological interface; Brain-scan guided emergency stroke treatment can save more lives; Emma Purcell – That's how she rolls; Some nursing homes gaming the system to improve their star ratings
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01/25/2018: Self-guided museum visits for visually impaired people

We asked; New app motivates type 2 diabetes patients; Blind football takes off; ToM; Genetic discovery may help to identify children risk for type 1 diabetes; Being bilingual may help autistic children; Laura Chrobok - That's how she rolls; Nursing homes should require flu shots; Spider's web inspires removable implant; Girl's social camouflage skills may delay/prevent autism diagnosis
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01/11/2018: Playfully accessible in rehabilitation and leisure time

Topic of the Month; Deep brain stimulation linked 2 longer survival; Doctor re-examines evidence on UTIs in patients w spinal cord injury; Michael Mohr – That's how he rolls; Para & able-bodied badminton Worlds to be held jointly; Intelligent wheelchairs, predictive prostheses; Ending social isolation could lower diabetes risk; High-intensity exercise delays Parkinson's progression
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12/21/2017: Virtual and inclusive - but also accessible?

We asked; Tokyo 2020 mascot shortlist revealed; AUF AUGENHOEHE — Fashion for little people; Philipp Schrenk – That's how he rolls; Video game system technology helping physical therapists and athletic trainers; Topic of the Month; Canada's aging population signals need for more inclusive, accessible transportation system; 3-D-printed prosthetic implants could improve treatment for hearing loss
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12/07/2017: Inclusive family time in december

ToM: family life; senior drivers don't make vehicle adjustments; Virtual reality/treadmill exercises help Parkinson's patients; Long jumpers w below the knee amputations @ an advantage?; No woman w disability should be left behind; Mothers of teens w autism report higher stress; Video game improves balance;#HowWeRoll Christian Jaster; Controlling diabetes w phone; Online tool helps teens
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