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Overview: Top topics of REHACARE 2019

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Photo: David Hofer demonstrating the IntegraMouse at REHACARE 2019; Copyright: beta-web

IntegraMouse: Mouth-controlled device facilitates digital accessibility


Whether at work or at home – most of us cannot imagine living without a computer. But what happens if someone is unable to operate a keyboard and control a mouse with their hands because of a disability? The LIFEtool Solutions GmbH from Austria has developed a great solution – the IntegraMouse. We met up with CEO David Hofer at REHACARE 2019.
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Photo: A stylized human head with the OrCam MyEye on the glasses frame; Copyright: beta-web

OrCam MyEye: Promoting independence and participation with artificial intelligence


Reading texts, identifying products at the supermarket and even recognizing faces – the MyEye tool from OrCam can do just that and helps blind and visually impaired people feel more confident in everyday life. At REHACARE 2019, area sales manager Jennifer Kietzke showed us how the discreet, smart wearable assistive technology works.
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Photo: REHADAT’s associates Mareike Decker and Andrea Kurtenacker at REHACARE 2019; Copyright: beta-web

REHADAT: The vocational integration portal


If you are looking for information about disability and vocational integration including resources, support services or addresses in Germany, you can find it on REHADAT. It’s free, accessible and always updated. talked about the benefits of the central and unbiased information portal.
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Photo: at REHACARE 2019; Copyright: beta-web

Reboocon Bionics: powered and lightweight prostheses for an active support


The company Reboocon Bionics has made it their goal to develop lighter and more powerful prostheses. At REHACARE 2019 the company, which is based in the Netherlands, gave us a first taste of what is to come, as their portfolio is still only available on the Chinese market. However, a launch in Europe is planned for 2020.
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