Stroke and Design: Background and Context
The Chicago Perspective on Design for the Disabled
Creating Engaging Experiences for Rehabilitation
Role of Persons with a Disability in the Design Process
Accessibility for All: A Case Study of the Access Living Headquarters
The Live Well Collaborative: A New Model for Universities and Companies to Work Together to Meet the Needs of 50+ Consumers
Developing More Desirable Products for Stroke Survivors
Success Stories in Design: The Versluis Park
Designing the Experience of Health Care
KineAssist: Design and Development of a Robotic Overground Gait and Balance Therapy Device
Reflections of a Family Member
Executive Summary
An Innovative Design Program for Engineering Students
The Knee Nook
Design of a Cafeteria Tray for Use by Stroke Survivors
Development of a One-Handed Nail Clipper for Stroke Survivors
Cortical Stimulation for Upper Limb Recovery Following Ischemic Stroke: A Small Phase II Pilot Study of a Fully Implanted Stimulator
New Adaptations After a Brain Attack