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Paralyzed man uses thoughts to control robotic arm | CTV News

LOS ANGELES — A man paralyzed by gunshot more than a decade ago can shake hands, drink beer and play “rock, paper, scissors” by controlling a robotic arm with his thoughts, researchers reported.

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New Treatments

LEGO Duplo Combine and Create: Putting Together Cars, Building Hand Coordination

Imagine; your toddler makes a new car and cannot wait to show you the “gas station-fire truck” just invented in your playroom!  LEGOs are my favorite toddler toy, always creative and very hard to destroy.   278 more words


Birthday Series: Day 9

June 2013 Lucky was diagnosed with non-verbal, high functioning Autism, ADHD. Up until then, we thought Lucky was quiet, shy boy, who needed his space. And that his rages were a result of his latency in language development. 122 more words


Angie's Graduation! 




Simple Steps to Unleash Strengths

Shelley Hughes SROT, Senior Product Manager, Pearson Clinical Assessment

Have you, ever read a research-based report and thought, “I don’t recognise this person, are you sure you wrote about the right person?” 846 more words


Teach Capital Letters First With Your Preschooler And Watch Writing Take Off

Teaching your preschooler to recognize and then write uppercase or capital letters is a key to early handwriting success.  Many, if not most of the commercially-available workbooks (and preschool teacher handouts) teach them at the same time.   291 more words


Make a difference for vulnerable woman by Mary Jardine

That Winning Feeling: Making a Difference for Vulnerable Women

When my Occupational Therapy (OT) Service lead Lindsay suggested I apply for the Advancing Healthcare Awards (AHA), for the work being done with…

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