Contains designs and experiences of a graduate rehabilitation engineer. Information on job accommodations, augmentative communication, and assistive technology.
The Trace Center at the University of Wisconsin is a rehabilitation engineering research center focusing on computer and other IT accessibility studies.
This Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center is located at Northwestern University and is dedicated to the improvement of prostheses and orthoses, fitting and manufacturing processes, and increasing basic understanding of human-machine systems.
The center provides services to people with disabilities and academic programs in Biomedical and Rehabilitation Engineering in Hong Kong.
Institute of rehabilitation science and technology, National Yang Ming University, Taiwan.
This Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center studying alternative and augmentative communication is located in Durem, North Carolina.
An interdisciplinary association for the advancement of rehabilitation and assistive technologies (AT).
Conducts research programs that promote technological solutions to problems confronting people who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Provides clinical, technical and administrative services for both pediatric and adult individuals. Includes information on staff, research, and accreditation. Warren, Ohio, USA.
General site with recent relevant news reports.