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02/16/2021: More accessibility with rollators

All about REHACARE: Rollators: lightweight mobility aids with style; Tactile books adapted for blind children; We asked Myd'l: Diverse, innovative and individual – ramps for all occasions; Online competition for para-dancers; Lily Rice – That's how she rolls
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01/28/2021: Auxiliary means: active participation in sports

All about REHACARE: The right assistive technology promotes active sports participation; Tokyo 2020: IPC statement concerning Paralympic Games; Lilli Zeifert – That's how she rolls; Using VR training to improve motor control; More self-determination thanks to smart technologies; Low-barrier palliative care for deaf people
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01/14/2021: Smart technology for self-determined living

Topic of the Month: Smart Living: more independence thanks to voice control; Exo-suit donation to support stroke survivors; Evelyn Brezina – That's how she rolls; Participation for people with mobility impairments; New treatment for people with spinal cord injury
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12/17/2020: Staying mobile with clever aids

Video: Flexible, light and foldable – mobility aids for people with walking disabilities; Glucose earring could revolutionise managing type 1 diabetes; Quantum power chair is better manoeuvrable and more narrow; Topic of the Month: The rehabilitation and assistive technologies sector looks back at 2020; An app that allows blind people to enjoy Christmas lights; Kim Cremer – That's how he rolls
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12/03/2020: Auxiliary means industry recaps the year

Topic of the Month: Annual review 2020: Auxiliary means industry proves staying power and creativity; Hand disinfection for passengers; Diabetes: Computer vision app allows easier monitoring; Exoskeletons can reduce strain also in health care; Erika Griessler – That's how she rolls; Young at heart with assistance robots; Monitoring glaucoma at home
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11/19/2020: Best service despite corona pandemic

All about REHACARE: Crisis-proof: moso navigates confidently through the coronavirus pandemic; Mobility Networks: Protecting lift users and ensuring manufacturing quality; Assistive technologies: CYBATHLON 2020 Global Edition shows advances; Laura W. – That's how she rolls; Smartwatch app alerts d/Deaf and hard-of-hearing users to different sounds
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11/05/2020: Accessible hiking in the mountains with off-road power wheelchair

All about REHACARE: Accessible hiking in the mountains: The X8 off-road power wheelchair takes users to the top; Mobility: PINO – probably the world’s most versatile bike; Portable arm rehabilitation device for use from hospital to home; Mobility: wheelchair accessible driving with the new VW Caddy 5; Luisa L'Audace – That's how she rolls; A wearable sensor to help ALS patients communicate
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10/22/2020: Virtual rehabilitation after stroke

Topic of the Month: The digitization of care: Key to greater transparency and efficiency; College program for students with learning difficulties; Handheld robotic exoskeleton to improve hand mobility problems; Gait analysis: Wireless sensor system for affordable wearables; Björn Reinsch – That's how he rolls; QUICKIE Nitrum: New generation of high-performance, ultra-lightweight rigid wheelchairs
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10/08/2020: Care and rehabilitation: Focus on digitization

Topic of the Month: Care and rehabilitation: Focus on digitization; ADHD: Girls benefit from doing sports; Joëlette Kid makes outdoor experiences more accessible; Ultra-low-cost hearing aid could address age-related hearing loss; Jörg von de Fenn – That's how he rolls; EXTRA: Made to measure sports wheelchair for a better performance; Mobility: Small hand control systems with a big effect
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09/24/2020: Overcoming foot drop one step at a time

We asked: Pro Walk: Overcoming foot drop one step at a time; Helping teens with type 1 diabetes improve control with MyDiaText; Topic of the Month: Corona pandemic: Companies adapt to meet changes in demand; Positive results for ReWalk ReStore exosuit in stroke rehabilitation; Alexandra Koch – That's how she rolls; Quality over quantity in recovering language after stroke
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