RESNA 2019 will join RehabWeek 2019 in Toronto, Canada, from June 24 – 28, 2019
Congratulations to the 2018 RESNA Student Design Competition Finalists!
There were over 70 submissions to the RESNA Student Design Competition, and tÜthbrush was awarded ...
In this article, Garrett Kryt, 2015 winner of the TREAT Award at the RESNA Student ...
Welcome to the site for the RESNA Student Design Competition. This site, a joint project of RESNA and the RERC on AAC, contains student presentations that were accepted for the 2010-2018 RESNA conferences, and provides information for the 2019 Competition.
DEIASO (Indian Institute of Technology Delhi) wins first prize in 2018 RESNA Student Design Competition.
GaitMate (Jefferson University) ties for second prize in 2018 RESNA Student Design Competition.
BTS-The Computer-aid Diagnosis and Treatment System for BPPV (Inha University) ties for second prize in 2018 RESNA Student Design Competition.
Xiuxiu Yuan won the 2018 RERC on AAC award for Enabo.
The Tuck-Away Tray, creating a new power wheelchair tray that can be actuated independently by the wheelchair use
Pediatric standers are medical devices that allow children who are unable to stand the opportunity to do so.
Hearing Phone can allow people with hearing loss to keep listening when their hearing aids come out
The Adapted ExerSaucer is a backrest that can attach and detach from a standard, off-the-shelf, ExerSaucer. The extended backrest and strapping system supports individuals with low tone and strength during upright play.
With this photo you can see the primary menu screen for the Connecthetics app; from here patients will be able to access the key features of our app including the Chat with a Clinician, Video Tutorials, and Maps pages.
ExoLeg: an affordable intelligent orthotics system for low-income countries