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Tag: Assistive Technology

Christopher Reeve Paralysis Foundation Supports Brain-Computer Interface Breakthrough

Published: July 8, 2004

SPRINGFIELD, N.J., July 9 /U.S. Newswire/ — The July 9, 2004 edition of Science reports on an exciting study, “Cognitive Control Signals for Neural Prosthetics” by S. Musallam, B.D. Corneil, B. Greger, H. Scherberger and R.A. Andersen, supported in part by the Christopher Reeve Paralysis Foundation (CRPF). Hansjorg Scherberger, M.D., one of the co-authors of the article, was the recipient of a $100,000 CRPF individual research grant.

BOEC lands “Quality of Life’ grant

Published: February 14, 2004

BRECKENRIDGE – The Christopher Reeve Paralysis Foundation (CRPF) has awarded the Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center (BOEC) a $10,000 Quality of Life Grant as part of more than $713,000 it distributed to 103 organizations nationwide recently.

Dana Reeve Visits Walter Reed Army Medical Center

Published: February 10, 2004

WASHINGTON, Feb. 10 /U.S. Newswire/ — Today, Dana Reeve, wife of actor Christopher Reeve, a director of the Christopher Reeve Paralysis Foundation (CRPF) and Chair of the Quality of Life Committee, visited the Walter Reed Army Medical Center to present a Quality of Life Grant check to the Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine.

HeadMaster Plus

Published: February 3, 2004

headmasterplusweb_prodPrentke Romich’s HeadMaster Plus™ is a head pointing system that takes the place of a mouse. Just move your head and the cursor moves on the screen. Puff on the tube to make selections. Mouse clicks can also be made by activating an external switch (sold separately) or by dwelling with a dwell software program (sold separately). It is the only head pointing system that tracks both lateral and rotational movement. Also available for HeadMaster is an optional Remote Adapter providing for wireless infrared use and an optional Laptop Adapter.


Published: December 7, 2003

Drink-Aide is a cost-effective solution to many caregiver concerns too. It provides a number of practical benefits including:

* Frees caregiver to attend to other needs
* Users no longer have to wait for a caregiver to quench their thirst
* May reduce the frequency of hospitalization due to urinary tract infections caused by inadequate hydration

Assitive & Adaptive Technology

Published: September 8, 2003

The premier source for information on Assistive Technology. ABLEDATA is a federally funded database whose primary mission is to provide information on assistive technology and Rehabilitation equipment available from domestic and international sources. The database contains information on more than 29,000 assistive technology products with detailed descriptions of each product including price and company information.  It also contains information on non-commercial prototypes, customized and one-of-a-kind products, and do-it-yourself designs.

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