The International Special Interest Group (SIG) is a forum for RESNA members who are interested in networking, providing services, and conducting research relative to Assistive Technology outside of North America. We seek to both grow as individuals and contribute to our profession through the exchange of information and experience across borders. The International SIG encourages and facilitates collaboration on Assistive Technology projects worldwide.
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The RESNA International SIG seeks to act as incubator or supporting player for projects worldwide that contribute to Assistive Technology development and application. Here are some of the projects that we are currently supporting...
- ISWP Certification : For the new International Society of Wheelchair Professionals WSP (Wheelchair Service Provider) certification see https://wheelchairnetwork.org/get-certified/
- Outcome Measures Implementation in Latin America : If you would like to contribute to the implementation of outcomes measurement in Latin America via the FMA, please contact Ana Allegretti.
- Increase RESNA Membership in Mexico and the Caribbean: Help Eleni Halkiotis seek influential, high-profile, professional, English-speaking RESNA members in Mexico and the Caribbean. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
SIG members contributed their knowledge to create this list of helpful resources.
Here are useful English-language resources for international Assistive Technology information. If you know of more resources, or if you find any of these to be inappropriate, please inform the SIG Chair.
Chair: Eleni Halkiotis, MOT, OTR/L, ATP/SMS
Vice Chair: Ana Allegretti, PhD, ATP, OTR
The RESNA International Special Interest Group (I-SIG) does not specifically endorse any individuals or organizations listed on our web pages. All information contained herein (therein) is provided as a courtesy to RESNA members, I-SIG members and the international rehabilitation community with the hope that it will provide opportunities for career advancement and stimulate increased professionalism and greater cooperation to advance the field of assistive technology.
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