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RESNA sets packed agenda

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06/01/2018

ARLINGTON, Va. – With a location near downtown Washington, D.C., RESNA 2018 will feature keynote presentations and participation from a number of federal agencies with interests in the disability community.

Dream team: Ward and Pedersen

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05/29/2018

Amber Ward and Jessica Presperin Pedersen were named to the AOTA’s Roster of Fellows in April. Here’s what they had to say about their work and passion for seating and wheeled mobility and assistive technology.

Reaping rewards from research

Consumers to providers: Help recruit more of us

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05/29/2018

WASHINGTON – What’s the best way to increase the number of consumer advocates for complex rehab and assistive technology? Partnerships, says consumer Molly Hale.

Mobility becomes more visible at OT conference

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04/13/2018

SALT LAKE CITY – When the American Occupational Therapy Association recognizes 13 fellows at its annual conference here this week, two will be recognized for their work specifically in seating and wheeled mobility and assistive technology.

RESNA seeks course proposals

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10/26/2017

ARLINGTON, Va. – The deadline for RESNA’s Call for Proposals for its 2018 conference, slated for July 11-15 at the Hyatt Regency in Arlington, Va., is fast approaching.

Q&A: Study breaks down AT rules

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10/22/2015

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 offers course on assistive technology basics

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03/22/2013

ARLINGTON, Va. – The Rehabilitation Engineering & Assistive Technology Society of North America (RESNA) is offering an introductory course for professionals about technology solutions for people with disabilities, according to a press release.