02 March, 2016
RESNA leads in the development of voluntary consensus standards for the design and performance of assistive technology in the United States, and represents the needs and views of U.S. stakeholders in international standardization forums.
01 March, 2016
RESNA and the entire assistive technology field suffered a great loss last week. Joey Wallace, Project Director of the RESNA Catalyst Project, died unexpectedly on February 25th. Thank you to RESNA member Tony Gentry for writing this beautiful tribute.
19 February, 2016
The National Commission for Certifying Agencies has re-accredited the RESNA ATP Certification Program for a five-year period, expiring in 2020.The RESNA Assistive Technology Professional (ATP) certification program acts to benefit the public interest by establishing and enforcing education, examination, experience and ethics requirements for certification in assistive technology service delivery.
17 February, 2016
RESNA’s “Fundamentals in Assistive Technology” will be offered April 14 & 15 at Hilton Garden Sea World.
27 January, 2016
The annual design competition is a showcase for creative and innovative assistive technology designs. Up to six semi-finalist teams are invited to present their designs at the annual conference, and cash prizes are awarded to the top designs.
14 December, 2015
RESNA is recruiting volunteer subject matter experts to write new questions for the ATP certification exam.
07 December, 2015
RESNA's Education Committee is seeking great ideas and presenters for educational webinars.
11 November, 2015
What’s it like designing, creating, and prototyping an assistive technology solution over 72 straight hours? RESNA member Ronny Gaal found out at the Bay Area Makeathon this past September.
11 November, 2015
Interview with Tom Hetzel, CEO of Ride Designs, a unique seating clinic and manufacturer based in Denver, CO that was a Gold Sponsor at RESNA 2015. Tom discusses industry consolidation, seating systems research, the funding challenge, and what's next for the company.
11 November, 2015
The Accreditation Ad Hoc Committee is completing activities for the accreditation of assistive technology training programs in higher education.