Six incredible kids get intensive rehab at Rancho Los Amigos.
Danny on a walk in early March of 2018 Dreams for Danny was created to help families afford travel and lodging to obtain an epilepsy surgery consultation. Launching soon, thanks to a very special donation from the Abel family, this new program will help families in need obtain
We estimate that approximately 1,000 -2,000 children in the United States alone have some type of brain surgery to stop seizures every year. Some are just infants at the time of surgery and may face a lifetime of significant challenges. But together we have the power to help them be their best, whatever
We need your help As October nears, we are beginning to gear up for The Brain Recovery Project's annual year-end awareness and fundraising campaign... and we need your help! The Brain Recovery Project accomplished a lot for our community last year: Free special education advocacy services to over a dozen families
Please see the below survey from investigators at UCLA interested in the effects of hemispherectomy on vision. If you would like to participate in this UCLA research study, please click on the link below. This online survey should take about five minutes. Contact Stacy Pineles
Peter Binkley is one of the e-NABLE community's most active designers. Together with his son, Peregrine Hawthorne, they designed the Talon hand, the Ody hand, and the Flextensor. He also collaborated with other e-NABLE on the design of the Raptor hand. And now he's setting his sights on the Airy Arm. Why did
ROBOCAMP 2.0 Children ages 11 - 17, and well as young adults, are sought to participate in Robocamp 2016 at the Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center. This year two fun-filled research camps are offered to determine the effectiveness of robotics-assisted therapy to improve gait, balance, and overall ambulation, as well as ankle, foot, and wrist kinematics. What's
This summer brings two separate research camps for children and young adults after hemispherectomy surgery. Learn more about these programs and how you can apply below! HAND-ARM BIMANUAL INTENSIVE TRAINING AT COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY Hand-Arm Bimanual Intensive Training (HABIT) is a new type of upper extremity physical therapy where the chief aim is to use
Do you live in the Rochester, New York, area? Do you have limited hand function due to stroke, brain injury, or hemispherectomy surgery? Would you like to be a test candidate for the Airy Arm? Help researchers develop this 3D-printable hand exoskeleton by giving your time once a week over several months to assist them
Children ages 11 - 17 are sought to participate in Robocamp 2015 at the Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center. This year two fun-filled research camps are offered to determine the effectiveness of robotics-assisted therapy to improve gait, balance, and overall ambulation, as well as ankle, foot, and wrist kinematics.