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RESNA tweaks ATP exam


ARLINGTON, Va. – RESNA will begin administering a new, updated ATP exam in July 2016 to better reflect current practice.

Short takes: Aeroflow, RESNA


Aeroflow Breastpumps has partnered with Humana and Humana Beginnings as a preferred breast pump provider.

Short takes: QS/1, BraunAbility, RESNA


QS/1 has received certification under the latest Payment Application Data Security Standard version 3.1, used to ensure safety through payment applications.

Q&A: Study breaks down AT rules


As the role  of assistive technology professionals has become more spread out in schools, it’s become increasingly difficult to know which tasks are being performed and by whom.

RESNA seeks feedback on job analysis, education


ARLINGTON, Va. – RESNA is conducting a job analysis of work performed by assistive technology in schools. The goal is to identify core job responsibilities of ATPs in schools.

Short takes: Salida, RESNA, BioScrip


Salida, Colo.-based Salida Medical & Respiratory has been accredited and certified as a Medicare provider by Community Health Accreditation Partner or CHAP…RESNA seeks volunteer subject matter experts to write new questions for its ATP certification exam.

RESNA revises position on tilt and recline


ARLINGTON, Va. – RESNA has released an updated position paper on tilt, recline and elevating legrests.

Tech challenge winners announced


NEW YORK – The Kinesic Mouse, a software solution that allows users to operate their PCs hands-free using a 3D camera to detect facial expressions and head rotations, was awarded the $25,000 grand prize in the

‘We’re all in this together’


ARLINGTON, Va. – Complex rehab stakeholders need not worry that their issues will get lost in the shuffle when NCART, NRRTS and RESNA combine their conferences next year, organizers say.  

Q&A with RESNA speaker Andy Lin

‘The differences between assistive devices and consumer devices are shrinking,’ says tech specialist

DOWNEY, Calif. – Wearable technology may sound futuristic, but it’s not, says Andy Lin, who recently held a workshop on the topic at RESNA 2015 in Denver in June.