Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare, Port Washington, NY, introduces 14 new colors and patterns for the T-Handle, Offset and Foldable Cane assortments.
Kessler Foundation reports that it has awarded nine grants to non-profits organizations that serve individuals with disabilities in areas impacted by Hurricane Sandy.Read More
According to a recent news release, Kessler Foundation saw more than 200 guests attend its November 15 event, "Rebuilding Lives after Hurricane Sandy: A Benefit for People with Disabilities."Read More
Exploring gait and balance assessment and care for patients with stroke or traumatic brain injury.Read More
Featuring seat-to-floor heights as low as 12.5 inches, it folds to a width of just 9 inches, and accepts a broad selection of accessories.Read More
The American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), Alexandria, Va, is urging elderly adults who use canes and walkers as walking aids to be properly assessed and fitted by a physical therapist to avoid fall-related injuries. This advice comes in resRead More
Scientists at Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University have proposed a sweeping new theory of autism that suggests that the brains of people with autism are structurally normal but dysregulated, meaning symptoms of the disorder might be reversible.Read More