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Kid’s Power Wheel Toys As An Alternative To Expensive Powered Wheelchairs For Children

Physical therapy professor Cole Galloway creates an alternative mobility platform for kids with disabilities that is cheaper than traditional powered wheelchairs.

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Tapspeak Sequence: The Mommy Review

A step by step review of the app Tapspeak Sequence Visit: conleysolutions.com for a full list of app by Tapspeak. makenziesmiracle.org

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Kenguru Wheelchair-Accessible EV | Translogic

Watch Next Ep. Here: http://goo.gl/T9YPk3 One major issue facing transportation is accessibility, especially for those in wheelchairs. From public to persona...
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Accessing Augmentative Communication for Children with Severe Physical or Multiple Disabilities

Accessing Augmentative Communication for Children with Severe Physical or Multiple Disabilities | Special Need | Scoop.it
Complex Child is an online magazine written by parents of children with complex medical issues and disabilities on a wide variety of topics.

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Moving a wheelchair by raising an eyebrow - The Boston Globe

Moving a wheelchair by raising an eyebrow - The Boston Globe | Special Need | Scoop.it
All it took was the slightest eyebrow raise. That stopped the electric wheelchair that Worcester Polytechnic Institute student Ran Li maneuvered through the halls of the school’s engineering department on a recent morning. For a left turn, he glanced left. He looked right, and the wheelchair went that way. Li was able to control the chair without ever touching any kind of control, or even moving his arms at all. The only thing required was an eye movement or an expression. And those simple movements were captured with sensors attached Li’s head that told the wheelchair where he wanted to go. A senior at WPI studying electrical engineering, Li is part of a small team at WPI working on a project to create a more intelligent wheelchair.

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Occupational Therapy : OT in the School

Occupational Therapy for Teachers and Parents that explores and demonstrates OT during a day in the classroom. Interviews with teachers too!
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Sue and switch mount - YouTube

RT @USSAAC: Via Augmentative Communication Program at Boston Children's Hospital #aac #augcomm #assistivetech http://t.co/9E9fVElkqt

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