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Category Archive for 'Mobility Aids'

Super Fly Kicks!

Hi guys, What a great week we have had at MDTAP!  We are gearing up for our upcoming open house event on 9/11 at our office on Argonne Dr in Baltimore.  It will be a great chance to meet the MDTAP team, tour our AT library, check out some cool new technology, play some video […]

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Hey guys, what a fun two weeks we have had at MD TAP — this week I had the pleasure of installing a really affordable smart garage door opening system by Chamberlain.  My need for a new open system came about earlier this week when my old (circa 2006) unit  literally went ‘BANG!’  Anyway, after […]

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Hey guys, I hope this blog post finds you all well!  The latest accessibility offering by Comcast is a really big result in the realms of accessibility and equal access.  I am so impressed with Comcast that a mainstream cable supplier is investing their resources to increase accessibility to their product line.  Specifically, Comcast have […]

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Thinking about your summer vacation??  Concerned about accessibility overseas?  Consider Airbnb Adapted Experiences. Airbnb Experiences are unique tours or activities hosted by passionate local experts. They differ from traditional mainstream tourist activities as they are all host led, and the group sizes are kept small to allow guests to really connect with a city or […]

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Reeve Connect

NEWS FROM THE REEVE FOUNDATION: We are pleased to share that the Reeve Foundation has launched a new, fully redesigned online community—Reeve Connect. This interactive, safe space offers a number of opportunities for individuals, family members and caregivers to ask questions, share their experiences, and connect with those who understand the impact of paralysis. Reeve Connect has […]

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The Kennedy Krieger Institute is Using Robotic Exoskeletons to Help People Regain Mobility By: Joel Hosner, MDTAP Advisory Council Consumer Representative Spinal cord injuries can result in the long-term loss of mobility. According to the Center for Spinal Cord Injury at Kennedy Krieger in Baltimore, recovering some degree of sensation, movement, and independence is possible […]

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