The Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado (BIAC) is a wonderful resource in Colorado for help and services for survivors of an injury to the brain, their families, and providers. BIAC’s vision is that all persons with a brain injury thrive in their community. Through guidance, resources, support, and education, BIAC seeks to facilitate the lifelong...
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  Patients or clients that have a great difficulty making it in to their physical therapy appointments, or do not follow their in-home exercises – have been shown to have poorer health outcomes. We often hear the mantra “compliance = outcome” from our Physical Therapist (PT) friends. Two common causes for difficulty in making it...
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Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana (RHI), recently held their “2017 Brain Injury and Resource Facilitation” Regional Conference in Indianapolis Indiana, the first of three conferences throughout the state. The conference started with Keynote speaker Brian Norton illustrating how assistive technology can support people with brain injury, at home, school or work. Several of CreateAbility’s products were...
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Easter Seals Crossroads recently delivered an excellent full day training on “Assistive Technology and Autism”, in Indianapolis, Indiana. CreateAbility was honored to have some of our products included in this training. After an introduction to Autism, this training spanned communication technologies, social and cognitive supports, an in-depth look at sensory processing, and wrapped up with...
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We know you are always searching for tools that can help people with intellectual disabilities.  The challenge is to find tools that can help them be more independent at home or at work, without becoming a burden to you to set up and maintain as their needs change. The following tools and supports were developed through years...
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It was great to meet many of you at RESNA this year. We have learned a lot by working with many ATPs, RETs, DSPs, Voc Rehab Counsellors, and SLPs over the years in our evidence-based research with the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the National Institute on Independent Living, Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR), and the USDA...
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My mom was a heart patient.  She also had a hearing aid, but she didn’t always wear it. When my mom would lie down on her heart failure monitoring system (called a Cardio MEMS), it would speak to her if she was not positioned well enough an the special pillow to get a good reading...
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I’m looking forward to serving this special interest group, as I have a passion for helping people with intellectual disabilities and people with: no vision/low vision, Parkinson’s, and hearing loss. Best, Steve
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Subtle changes in your aging parent’s home or in their physical appearance can be a clue that something important has changed, and may need further investigation by a professional.  Changes in their hair style or care, change in makeup, what they are wearing can actually be an early warning sign about how they are doing...
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Families face a wide range of difficult issues when their older loved ones faces declining physical health or dementia.  There is incredible stress in the sandwich generation, those who are caring for their own families and their parents.  Research suggests that the families that navigate these troubled waters best are those that have a plan...
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