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08/08/2019: Auxiliary aids for everyday working life

Prosthetics: sensors implanted 4 wireless control of muscle signal transmission; Talent Days unveil future Paralympic stars; Yvonne Ganzhorn – That's how she rolls; School readiness impaired in preschoolers w ADHD; Gestational diabetes: diet & exercise do not reduce risk; ToM: Labor force participation; How & why resistance training is imperative; Can computer use slow age-related memory loss?
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07/25/2019: Smart insoles against gait insecurity

Music develops the spoken language of hearing-impaired; Employees who care 4 their older relatives struggle; Stefanie Hörmann – That's how she rolls; How do dogs predict epileptic seizures?; ToM: New solutions & ideas 2 promote participation; Prevent dementia by preventing stroke; The truth about biases toward people w disabilities; Robotic pancreas transplant offers hope 4 obese patients
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07/11/2019: Self-determined mobility on all roads

Tailor-made prosthetic liners could help more amputees walk again; Sabine Klemens – That's how she rolls; Understanding how tics are suppressed may help some at risk for tic disorders; Topic of the Month: Self-determined mobility on all roads; Meals on Wheels drivers good early warning system for senior's health and safety issues; Phantom sensations: When the sense of touch deceives
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06/27/2019: Digitalized rehabilitation after stroke

We asked: Stroke: Digitalization of rehabilitation with Rewellio; Cinderella Glücklich – That's how she rolls; Bullying gets worse as children with autism get older; Kids with headache after stroke might be at risk for another; Topic of the Month: Self-determination thanks to eating and drinking aids; FREEHAB: Developing wearable devices for rehabilitation
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06/13/2019: Practical, small and handy: Everyday aids

Topic of the Month: Everyday aids; Assistance systems: AI radio for people with dementia; Towards a more stable, efficient prosthetic foot; Paralympics: Daniel Dias takes on Tokyo 2020 manga style; Anja Hebel – That's how she rolls; Texture-modified foods for people with dysphagia; Advancing dementia and its effect on care home relationships; Home exercise program: Reducing of falling in seniors
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05/29/2019: SmAccLab: Developing smart auxiliary means

We asked: SmAccLab: Smart auxiliary means for everyone; Increasing participation in the workplace by speech recognition and eye-tracking technology; A work patch for better nursing home care; Ninia Binias – That's how she rolls; Virtual reality can spot navigation problems in early Alzheimer's disease; Cognitive training game to improve driving skills among the elderly
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05/16/2019: A dog to calm the patients

ToM: Games & eSports: expanding participation opportunities; Sensor-based technologies are promising 2 support independent living; Pregnant women w type 1 diabetes are at risk of giving birth prematurely; Manfred Fischer – That's how he rolls; Patients w diabetes are more likely 2 be readmitted 2 the hospital; Exercise activates memory; Rehabilitation psychologists: #SayTheWord disability
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05/02/2019: Without input no control

Project Sidewalk helps users map accessibility; ToM: Real inclusion through virtual possibilities?; Kobe to host 2021 World Para Athletics Championships; First Paralympic video game; Johannes Mairhofer – That's how he rolls; Inhalers: Critical errors common in children with asthma; Autism: Need for sex-sensitive screening and diagnostic tools; The mobile game that can detect Alzheimer's risk
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04/18/2019: Self-determined refuelling thanks to the fuelService app

We asked: fuelService app helps drivers with disabilities to refuel their car; PROMISE project makes a difference for low-income youth with disabilities; Topic of the Month: Going on a cruise: Accessibility included; Niall El-Assaad – That's how he rolls; Bonn to host 2019 World Para Dance Sport Championships; Brain injuries: Animal-assisted therapy improves social behavior; Pets help older adults
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04/04/2019: Travel ahoy – accessible tourism by water

Low-income and minority youth with autism face worse outcomes than peers; Topic of the Month: Travel ahoy – accessible tourism by water; The robots that dementia caregivers want; Fuchsia Aurelius – That's how she rolls; Study: Virtual reality could improve your balance; Robot-guided video game gets older adults out of comfort zone; It's no Fortnite, but it's helping stroke survivors move again
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