Mind-controlled wheelchair could make life a lot easier for power wheelchair users

Thought control wheelchair:  The 'Aviator' is a thought-controlled wheelchair developed in NSW, Hung Nguyen describes how it works.  Thought-controlled wheelchair could make life a lot easier for power wheelchair users.Life could soon get easier for those with a severe disability.Researchers at the University of Technology, Sydney have developed technology to allow severely disabled people to …

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Tapping into technology helps seniors stay sharp | CTVNews

Tapping into technology helps seniors stay sharp | CTVNews Avis Favaro, CTV News Published Sunday, Jun. 24, 2012 9:40PM EDT Last Updated Monday, Jun. 25, 2012 11:56AM EDT Thanks again Mark Jasky for sending me the link to this report!Seniors are crossing the digital divide and tapping into technology now more than ever, according to …

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Video game helps students with fetal alcohol disorder

This is an interesting story by Manisha Krishnan of the Edmonton Journal -Playing video games isn’t often seen as the healthiest pastime for young people, but a new educational game is helping retrain the brains of students with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD), a University of Alberta professor says. Jacqueline Pei, a registered psychologist who …

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