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Meet the CHAT Trainers Online!

Your favorite FREE hand training program moves online due to COVID-19 precautions. We can't wait to work with you in the comfort of your own home!

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Improving Electronic Written Communication in Aphasia

Age Range At least 18 years old

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Shirley Ryan AbilityLab Celebrates Nurses Week 2020

Nurses Week 2020: Celebrating Our Nursing Heroes

Shirley Ryan AbilityLab celebrates the extraordinary contributions made by our nurses during National Nurses Week May 6 - 12, 2020.

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Man uses tablet to access outpatient treatment plan

Moving less while sheltering in place? Here are five ways to increase your activity

While sheltering in place, we’ve all noted the numerous ways in which we’ve decreased our activity — gone are commutes, walks to grab lunch, hitting the gym, going to the playground with our kids, dinner at a local spot and the list continues.

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The Prosthetics and Orthotics Lab at Shirley Ryan AbilityLab

Using an Ultraflex Stretching AFO

The Ultraflex AFO is a unique device designed to provide a continuous muscle stretch to improve range of motion for functional activities.

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At home workout series from Shirley Ryan AbilityLab

At Home Workout: Parkinson’s Amplitude-Based Training

This is an advanced group exercise class that utilizes high-intensity, multidirectional and repetitive movements to increase endurance, balance and functionality of everyday movements.

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Shirley Ryan AbilityLab therapist meets with patient over telehealth appointment

CBS Chicago: Amid Coronavirus Crisis, Physical Therapy Patients At Shirley Ryan AbilityLab Embrace Telehealth

During the COVID-19 pandemic, health care providers had to come up with new ways to see patients in need.

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COVID Sensor

Wearable sensor to monitor and track COVID-19-like signs and symptoms to develop better care strategies for COVID-19 pandemic

The purpose of the study is to use wearable sensors to gather information on COVID-19 like signs and symptoms. This information will be used to monitor and track changes to signs and symptoms. The sensor will collect acceleration signals from throat/chest, body temperature and heart rate. The sensor data will be wirelessly transferred to HIPAA compliant servers, where the advanced machine learning programs will analyze and summarize the nature, times and duration of cough, body temperature and heart rate.

The study is currently enrolling participants:
• Have had or currently experiencing COVID-19 like signs and symptoms

• Or may be asked to be a control participant.

• Ages 18-95 years

For additional information, please contact:
CK Mummidisetty
(312) 238-1621 or k-mummidisetty@ricres.org

Research Project

The first wearable device to monitor COVID-19 symptoms

Monitoring COVID-19 from hospital to home: First wearable device continuously tracks key symptoms

Our researchers have developed a novel wearable device and data algorithms specifically tailored to catch signs and symptoms associated with COVID-19 and to monitor patients as the illness progresses.

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At home workout series from Shirley Ryan AbilityLab

At Home Workout: Boxing

This boxing routine is intended to work primarily on upper body strength and endurance, posture, coordination and balance. These exercises can be performed either sitting or standing.

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