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The NARIC Multimedia Collection

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The NARIC Multimedia Collection includes videos, webcasts, podcasts, and other multimedia products from the NIDILRR community.

Art and Music Therapy in Rehab and Beyond

Art and music therapy in rehab and beyond.

Abstract: In this presentation, two therapists explain the many benefits that can be gained through the creative arts therapies. They provide examples of different equipment and supplies that can be used by individuals with mobility disabilities and discuss ways art can be used to support rehabilitation, and for personal growth, expression, and enjoyment. A guest artist, who is a mouth painter, talks about his evolution as a professional artist since sustaining a spinal cord injury more than 30 years ago. Run time 59 minutes 13 seconds.

Post date: 06/19/2012 - 15:22

Arthritis and employment part 1: Resources for employed people with arthritis and other rheumatic conditions.

Abstract:This question-and-answer podcast is the first in a two-part series. Part one provides resources that are available to help an employer and people with arthritis or other rheumatic conditions like lupus, fibromyalgia, and multiple sclerosis that have some limitation in their ability to work. The speaker explains how limitations can affect the type or amount of work an individual can accomplish and how accommodations can help work performance. Information on government funded resources, voluntary organizations, and local resources are also provided.

Post date: 04/11/2013 - 03:58

Arthritis and employment part 2: When and how to tell people at work about your arthritis or other rheumatic condition.

Abstract: This question-and-answer podcast is the second in a two-part series. Part two provides information for individuals with arthritis or another rheumatic health condition on when, if, and how to discuss/disclose that information to an employer, prospective employer, or interviewer. The speaker also shares tips, strategies, and ideas about how to approach the difficult task of requesting accommodations from an employer and explains both the pros and cons of telling an employer and co-workers about having a health condition or disability.

Post date: 04/11/2013 - 04:03
Elizabeth Felix, PhD. University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. Miami VAHS

Asking about pain

Abstract: Presenter comments on how physicians treated individuals with spinal cord injury (SCI) who have pain symptoms below the level of injury, in both the past and present, and stresses how important it is for physicians to ask questions in the right way to be able to help, treat, or prevent the chronic pain that some individuals with SCI experience. Run time: 1 minute 46 seconds.

Post date: 10/28/2014 - 06:24
Alternative and Augmentative Communication. Katherine Drager, Janice Lights, & David McNaughton Penn State University. Ideas that Work

Augmentative and alternative communication (AAC).

Abstract: This webcast introduces the use of augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) for children. What AAC is and the benefits of using ACC are explained.

Post date: 06/19/2012 - 15:26

Autonomic Dysreflexia

Abstract: Webcast provides information on what autonomic dysreflexia (AD) is and explains the importance of how to prevent, recognize, and treat the life-threatening condition that affects individuals with spinal cord injury (SCI).

Post date: 10/08/2013 - 02:53

Body count or do bodies count? The fierce urgency of death in psychiatric rehabilitation

Abstract: This podcast presents the latest facts about which health conditions are the most common and deadly, and what individuals can do about it.

Post date: 05/21/2019 - 15:19
Building social capital to access opportunities and contribute to our communities

Building social capital to access opportunities and contribute to our communities.

In this webcast, the presenters provide a basic definition for what social capital is - a resource (something you can obtain, use, and invest), a catalyst (something that causes change), and an outcome (with potential benefits to both the individual and the community). Social capital is about the connections people have with others that provide value to all involved. It is also about linking with others in order to build a network, access opportunities and, in turn, contribute to the larger society, through an individual’s talent, creativity, energy, and care.

Post date: 05/14/2019 - 17:18
Peter C. Esselman, MD. Professor and Chair, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine. University of Washington. Investigator, Northwest Regional Burn Model System.

Burn Model System research on barriers to returning to work

Abstract: Presenter describes the results of a year-long study of individuals with burn injury and the two common barriers, physical and psychological, that can prevent them from returning to work. Run time: 1 minute 40 seconds.

Post date: 10/28/2014 - 06:26
A young man sitting at a desk. The Transitions RTC banner is displayed on the wall behind him

Choosing a School: The JedCampus Seal.

NARIC Accession Number: O20192.  

Post date: 06/11/2019 - 16:16