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This video demonstrates how to use FES, Functional Electrical Stimulation, to engage the muscles of the arm to extend the fingers.
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Dr Nemechek Discusses the Vagus Nerve Stimulator, how it’s used and what it can do for a patient.
Watch a demonstration of assessing visual fields.
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Visual Deficits:Now You See It, Now You Don’t- A Clinical Pearl by Diane Powers Dirette, PhD, OTL
Visual deficits match many diagnoses and, if undetected, can be mistaken for other problems – e.g. sensory, motor, balance and cognitive deficits. It’s critical, therefore, that therapists know how to complete a basic visual screening and to interpret the results. For example, how can you tell homonymous hemianopia apart from unilateral inattention? The screening tools are virtually the same, but the screening results differ subtly.
Quick and easy simulation of homonymous hemianopia/homonymous hemianopsia. Great to show loved ones and caregivers the dramatic nature of stroke related visual field loss.
Right optic nerve lesion➡Blindness of Right eye
Left optic nerve lesion➡Blindness of left eye
Lateral part of optic chiasma lesion➡Binasal Hemianopia
Medial Part of optic chiasma lesion➡ Bitemporal Hemianopia
Right Optic tract lesion➡Left Homonymous Hemianopia
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Google Live Transcribe is an accessibility tool meant to make life easier for those who are deaf or hard of hearing. It automatically turns any speech into text while the person is still speaking. It’s fast enough to be used in conversations.
The text can be a black font on a white background or a white font on a black background. The top-right corner indicates whether the environment is noisy, which means people have to speak louder to be heard. And if someone speaks to you from behind, the phone vibrates to let you know. Try it out, it works surprisingly smoothly.
The app uses Google’s Cloud Speech API, so it requires an active internet connection. Google says it doesn’t store any audio on its servers, but we’d take such proclamations with a pinch of salt. Google already knows a lot about you, and they do share data with authorities.
Download: Google Live Transcribe for Android (Free)