The wonderful world of wearables for wheelchair usersKathleen Ostheim 25 May 2023
An exploration of the benefits and limitations of fitness trackers, with insights from two researchers and firsthand experience from a wheelchair user with the Apple WatchRead
Science – Part 4: From medical research to clinical practice
In the fourth part of our blog series on science, we look at the implementation of research results in clinical practice: How does this process work – and why does it often take so long?Read
Simulating disability: what works and what doesn’t?
Reconsider the purpose of disability simulation activitiesRead
Science – Part 3: Do the results apply to me?
In the third part of the blog series we explain, why it is important to take a look at who participated in the study.Read
The power of gratitude
The practice of gratitude is an essential part of building a happy lifeRead
Science – Part 2: What type of study are we dealing with?
In the second part of our blog series on science, we explain why the nature of the study makes a differenceRead
Which beneficial effects might aromatherapy have for people with SCI?Read
Science – Part 1: What is the current phase of research?
We are launching a blog series on how to understand science betterRead
Laughter is the best medicine
Laughing is fun, but not only! It can be of great benefit for your body and soulRead
Meta-skills: learning at the highest level
Learn how to learn, in order to get better and faster at anything you want to achieve in life.Read
Intermittent fasting: saying no to breakfast
Popular diets often address what we should eat, but proponents of this trend believe when we eat is just as importantRead