RESNA is honored to have had the opportunity to recognize the work of so many individuals and organizations who have made a difference in the fields of rehabilitation and assistive technology. These webpages are a record of the award recipients' achievements that will inspire future generations of RESNA members and the public.
Awards By Year
Please click on the link for the desired year:
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Awards by Categories
Please click on the linked category name to view the awardees. 2015 Awardees are not included in the categories at this time.
Fellow - RESNA Fellow Awards recognize members who have made long term and substantial contributions to the field of rehabilitation and assistive technology as well as significant contributions to RESNA.
Honorary Fellow - RESNA Honorary Fellow Awards recognize non-members who have promoted issues and demonstrated leadership highly relevant to the field of assistive technology and rehabilitation engineering and who have encouraged the independence of individuals with disabilities.
Distinguished Service Award - RESNA Distinguished Service Awards recognize members for their sustained contributions and service to RESNA and the field of assistive technology and rehabilitation engineering.
Leadership Award - RESNA Leadership Awards recognize an agency, company, association, or university for their signficant contributions to the advancement of the field of assistive technology and rehabilitation engineering and who have provided recognition and support of RESNA.
Sam McFarland Memorial Mentor Award - RESNA Mentor Awards recognize members or groups of members who have influenced, counseled, and nurtured others in the field of rehabilitation engineering and assistive technology.
Emerging Leader Award - RESNA Emerging Leader Awards recognize new members who have made significant contributions, provided leadership, and have made an impact to RESNA during their first several years of participation.
Certificate of Appreciation - RESNA Certificates of Appreciation recognize members or non-members for special one-time activities benefiting either RESNA or the field of assistive technology and rehabilitation engineering.
Colin McLaurin Distinguished Lectureship Award - RESNA Recognizes a scholar and leader who has made substantial and innovative contributions to the field of rehabilitation engineering and assistive technology through research, education, and/or practice.