The Special Interest Groups (SIGs) connect assistive technology professionals from diverse backgrounds to other members that share similar interests. Grouped around common themes and issues, the SIGs encourage an inter-disciplinary approach to information sharing, collaboration and connection. SIG members join together to publish influential position papers, collaborate on conference workshops, and participate in professional development activities.
The CoA-Rate Accreditation Board is seeking volunteers to join the board. The CoA-Rate Board oversees the accreditation of assistive technology education programs to ensure high educational quality and relevance to the field of rehabilitation engineering and assistive technology. Board members meet monthly, and are involved in evaluating academic programs according to the CoA-Rate standard, conducting site and virtual compliance visits, and representing the Board in the community. Board terms are three years. In particular, the Board is seeking volunteers who are employers of AT professionals and AT practitioners. For more information, please visit the CoA-Rate Accreditation webpage.
Assistive Technology®, the official journal of RESNA, is a peer reviewed applied, scientific publication in the multi-disciplinary field of technology for people with disabilities. The journal's purpose is to foster communication among individuals working in all aspects of the assistive technology area including researchers, developers, clinicians, educators and consumers.
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