Assistive technology is used to design assistive devices. These devices help people with special needs to cope with their disabilities and in turn they can lead fulfilling and confident lives. People who use assistive devices are more independent and confident and the devices help boost their self esteem in spite of their disability.More...
- Assistive Technology And Learning Disabilties
- Assistive Technology For Deaf People
- Assistive Technology For Nonverbal Autistic Students
- Case Studies On Students Who Use Assistive Technology
- High School Students Who Use Assistive Technology
- Money And Assistive Technology
- The Best Empowerment Available Through Assistive Technology
As per the US Census Bureau, the number of aging population is growing and eventually there are going to be older people compared to any other age group. Old age brings many losses to people in terms of physical health. Hearing problems, vision problems, heart diseases, physical disability, Alzheimer’s, and Parkinson are all results of old age in many cases. More...
- Adaptive Baby Equipment For Paralyzed Mom
- Adaptive Equipment For Guillain Barre Syndrome
- Adaptive Equipment For Workplace
- Adaptive Equipment For Writing
- Adaptive Equipment Inspection
- Adaptive Physical Education Equipment And Downs Syndrome
- Assistive Devices For Fractured Hip
- Assistive Devices To Make Life Simpler
- Dogs And Assistive Walking Devices
- Elderly Adaptive And Hand Held Equipment
- Maintenance Guidelines For Adaptive Equipment
- Types Of Assistive Devices Used In Recreational Therapy
- When Do Occupational Therapist Use Adaptive Equipment ?
- Where To Find Adaptive Equipment Wholesale ?
Robotics is actually not a new invention but it has existed ever since there have been puppets and mechanized puppets. Initially when robots were being made, they had limited functionality and were mostly used by the toy industry. However, the concept has been developed to an extent where we have human-like robots today performing advanced functions. The usage of robots is being contemplated by several industries including the medical and hospital industry. More...
- Anesthesia For Robotic Surgery
- Development And History Of Robotics
- Disadvantages To Robotic Surgery
- Localization Techniques For Robotics
- Robotic And Nanomedicine
- Robotic Leg Actuators
- Robotics In Nursing
- Robotics Surgery Coordinator
- What Date Did The Robotic Rover Land On Mars ?
Like any other form of science, telemedicine has its own advantages and disadvantages. However, telemedicine is a wonderful tool that can help some millions of people with varied health problems.More...
- Application Of Telemedicine And Care For Elderly
- Caring For The Elderly With Telemedicine
- How Did Telemedicine Start ?
- Lawsuits Against Telecare Corporation
- Medicaid Fee For Telemedicine
- What Is The Definition Of Telemedicine ?
It may sound very weird to hear that paraplegic devotees exist in this world. A devotee is a person who is immensely attracted to a certain concept in general. Gods have devotees, big pop stars have devotees and many celebrities and politicians also have them. However, a paraplegic devotee is a person who is very attracted to a paraplegic person and in spite of being normal, they live their life on the wheelchair and try to feel what the paraplegic is feeling. More...
- Treatment For Paraplegics
- Day In The Life Of A Paraplegic
- Gifts For Paraplegics
- Paraplegic And Kidney Stones
- Paraplegic Information
- Tips For Wheelchair Paraplegic Devotee
Mind mapping is a useful tool that helps to create ideas, make plans, strategize and sort out information in a graphical and objective way. When a person has an idea in their mind, it is actually jumbled up and if they want to theoretically explain their idea, it can be very confusing to put it in words. More...
- Cognitive Mind Mapping
- Examples Of Mind Mapping
- Explanation Behind The Five Laws Of Mind Mapping
- Mind Mapping And Teaching Disability
- Mind Mapping Software
- Nursing Concept And Mind Mapping
Audiometer is a device that is used to check if a person is deaf or not to put it into simple words. Audiometer was invented by Dr. Harvey Fletcher of Brigham Young University. When the audiometer was first invented, it was a small black box with a meter and a needle and a round button that controlled the frequency and the output of the sound. It made a shrill noise at varying levels and it was used to test the patient for possible hearing impairment. More...