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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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03/21/2019: Inclusion from the pupils' point of view

M-Enabling Forum @ REHACARE; Cane measures rehabilitation process; Prosthetic restores sense; We asked: "Children of Utopia"; ADHD: Students receive no school interventions; Ilka Bruehl – That's how she rolls; Moderate muscle strength lower risk for type 2 diabetes; visual problems in stroke survivors; ToM: Digitization of rehabilitation & physiotherapy; Pediatric MS study examines baffling
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03/07/2019: Trend towards digitization – rehabilitation of tomorrow

New wheelchair design: a hand gear for better ergonomics; Beater Kerber – That's how she rolls; Mencap NI: New inclusive cross community youth project launched; People with chronic pain are coping with the help of Pinterest; Topic of the Month: Trend towards digitization – rehabilitation of tomorrow; Diabetes: telemedicine and data science can improve patient care
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02/21/2019: How does diabetes affect children in school?

Making astronomy accessible to the deaf; Laura Mench – That's how she rolls; ADHD diagnoses poorly documented; Topic of the Month: Accessible retail: Status quo and industry trends; Education may not protect against dementia; The first dexterous and sentient hand prosthesis successfully implanted; Brain hand 'map' is maintained in amputees with and without phantom limb sensations
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02/07/2019: Inclusion in everyday life and work

We asked: DisAbility Talent; Youth w disabilities have increased risk for peer harassment; Katrin Neudolt – That's how she rolls; Mencap & Sport England join forces to help people with learning disability; ToM: Accessibility in retail; People w chronic disease are not being active enough; Barriers to exercise experienced by dialysis patients; Vitamin D could lower risk of developing diabetes
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01/24/2019: Self-determined living with careunities

We asked: careunities; Auditory testing may identify children for autism screening; Study details development of functional skills in persons with Down syndrome; Roxana Dobrica – That's how she rolls; Tokyo 2020: 180,000 apply to be volunteers; ToM: Music for everybody: Accessible festivals; AI makes life easier for hearing aid users; WSU smart home tests first elder care robot
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01/10/2019: Music for everybody: Accessible festivals

Lillehammer 2021: Snow sports spectacular; Cindy Klink – That's how she rolls; Can 'digital medicine' help children with autism and co-occurring ADHD?; Autism friendly preparing for MRI scans; Topic of the Month: Music for everybody: Accessible festivals; Rerouting nerves during amputation reduces phantom limb pain before it starts; Getting older adults to be more active;
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12/13/2018: Inclusion: Best practice examples from all over the world

Artificial joint restores wrist-like movements to forearm amputees; Robin Nixdorf – That's how he rolls; State pension age increase causing huge uncertainty for older workers, especially females; Music supports the auditory skills of hearing-impaired children; Topic of the Month: Inclusion: Best practice examples from all over the world; Tokyo 2020: Ottobock named Official Supporter
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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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