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12/19/2019: Moving into the new year

MOTOmed: movement therapy; Why candidates for cochlear implants rarely get them; New rehabilitation applications; Julia Lüttmann – That's how she rolls; AI app to predict risk and prevent severe patient falls; Diabetes: New instrument for self-care; Moderate intensity physical activity associated with lower risk of diabetes; Topic of the Month: How Social Media connects people;
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12/05/2019: Living with chronic diseases and invisible disabilities

Topic of the Month: Living with chronic diseases and invisible disabilities; Inaccessible application forms are a barrier; Peter Lammer – That's how he rolls; People who cannot read may be more likely to develop dementia; Retinal screening in diabetes: diagnosis by robot; Skin-integrated VR device: Potential for prostheses control; Virtual reality: Attending therapy easier for stroke survivors
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11/21/2019: More digital accessibility through new job description

Topic of the Month: It is not only in digital form that the diversity of people must be recognized and taken into account!; A rail system allows child seat to be simply attached to the wheelchair; Teens with autism can master daily living skills when using video-prompting; Katharina Bauernschmidt – That's how she rolls; ETH plans competence centre for holistic rehabilitation
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11/07/2019: What is the situation regarding inclusion in Europe?

Topic of the Month: Quo vadis inclusion?; Tracking gaze patterns might help detecting autism; Christian Heintz – That's how he rolls; High rates of dementia amongst people with Down syndrome; Looking at the way we walk can help predict cognitive decline; Helping people with low vision retain their independence; Rehabilitation: Exergaming with Icaros;
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10/24/2019: eCare: The digitization of care

Video: Auxiliary means: individual and effective; Deaf infants' gaze behavior more advanced than that of hearing infants; Lea Raak – That's how she rolls; Affordable and mobile purification of dialysis water; Chair yoga more effective than music therapy in older adults with advanced dementia; Topic of the Month: FabLabs: Learning digital competence and promoting participation
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10/10/2019: The basis for innovation: research and development

Video: Sport for all at the Sports Centre; App can help parents detect early signs of eye disorders in children; Autism: Full-body interaction videogames enhance social skills in children; Patrick Mayer – That's how he rolls; Better treatment for diabetic foot ulcers; Leg amputees feel and use the prosthesis as a real limb; Topic of the Month: The basis for innovation: research and development
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09/05/2019: REHACARE: Where user and exhibitors meet

PRODUCTS & NEWS @REHACARE; Andrea Schütt – That's how she rolls; The easy way to personalized sound; TCOM and osteopathic approach making a difference; Highlight topic: aids for people with sensory disabilities; Augmented reality glasses may help people with low vision; New tool makes web browsing easier for visually impaired; Topic of the Month: Highlights at REHACARE 2019; Exhibitors News
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08/22/2019: Auxiliary aids for your everyday life

Eliza Gawin – That's how she rolls; A miniature stretchable pump for the next generation of soft robots; M-Enabling Forum; Care for people with learning disabilities needs improving; Highlight topic: Work and inclusion; Topic of the Month: inclusive software for people with and without disabilities; Exhibitor News
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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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