The IDEA Center has been collaborating with faculty members in the University at Buffalo’s Rehabilitation Sciences, Industrial and Systems Engineering, and Computer Science departments to create a portable device to help individuals self-manage their rehabilitation when recovering from a stroke.
National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR) | RERCs conduct programs of advanced research of an engineering or technical nature designed to apply advanced technology, scientific achievement, and psychological and social knowledge to solve rehabilitation problems and remove environmental barriers.
Southwest Educational Development Laboratory (SEDL) | NCDDR produces resources in print and online to assist researchers, disability-related professionals, and people with disabilities and their families in better understanding and using disability research. These publications discuss topics such as knowledge translation, systematic reviews, evidence-based technology, communities of practice as a knowledge transfer strategy, and research quality.
Administration for Community Living (ACL) | NIDILRR sponsors grantees to generate new disability and rehabilitation knowledge and promote its use and adoption.