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Don Clayback

10 Years: Perspectives from the Industry

Don Clayback: Today, We Are Better Organized

Rick Graver

10 Years: Perspectives from the Industry

Rick Graver: Both Hands on the Wheel

Ten Years of Memories

10 Years: AT Memories

Manufacturers Remember the Decade’s Technology Advances

Manufacturers trace the evolution of assistive technology — their own and their industries’ — over the last decade and beyond.

Lauren Rosen

10 Years: Perspectives from the Industry

Lauren Rosen: More Research Needed

Mark Leita

10 Years: Perspectives from the Industry

Mark Leita: Altering Market Dynamics

Mark E. Smith

10 Years: Perspectives from the Industry

Mark E. Smith: Are Funding Cuts “Landlocking” the ADA?

Amy Morgan

10 Years: Perspectives from the Industry

Amy Morgan: Parents’ Eyes are Being Opened to the Possibilities

Rita Hostak

10 Years: Perspectives from the Industry

Rita Hostak: Will Funding & Complex Rehab Technology Ever Work Together?

Barry Steelman

10 Years: Perspectives from the Industry

Barry Steelman: Making a Mark



Laurie Watanabe

10 Years: Perspectives from the Industry

Editor’s Note

Anjali Weber

10 Years: Perspectives from the Industry

Anjali Weber: Assistive Technology as a Specialty Field

Karen Cavallo

10 Years: Perspectives from the Industry

Publisher’s Note

Julie Piriano

10 Years: Perspectives from the Industry

Julie Piriano: From Re/hab to Complex Rehab, Decades of Advancement

Home & Auto Accessibility

Made to Order

Serving up Home & Auto Accessibility Requires the Right Blend of Features that Maximize Independence

What’s important to today’s consumers of adaptive automotive equipment, home accessibility products and WC19/WC20 systems.

wheelchair shoulder stressors

On Their Shoulders

Propulsion Is Often Blamed for Shoulder Pain, But Is that a Fair Assessment?

Next Generation Electronics

Electronics: The Next Generation

Power Chair Systems Are Ever Evolving, But Which Functions & Features Are Most Important to the Future?

Electronics do so much more than drive power wheelchairs. Here's what our experts think the next generation of electronics will be able to do -- and how today's electronics make independent mobility possible for more clients than ever.

Duchenne Challenges

Duchenne Challenges

Swiftly Progressive, This Form of MD Tests an ATP's Foresight & Planning

Seating & Mobility Senior Style

Optimizing Participation Slows Physical Decline in Seniors with Mobility Disabilities

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