Resource Facilitation: Indiana Best Practices Manual for Return-to- Work or Return-to-School Click on the read more button to get a link to download the full manual. Once you… Read More
Multicenter Evaluation of Memory Remediation after TBI with Donepezil (MEMRI-TBI-D Study) March 10, 2015 Flora Hammond, MD (PI); Funded by National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR). This study… Read More
New RHI Research Study, seeking participants: Lifestyle Management in Spinal Cord Injury: This pilot study is modeled on a successful lifestyle change program conducted at the University of Pittsburgh. Based… Read More
Flora M. Hammond, M.D. is featured as one of the TBI Model Systems Researchers in the Fall Edition of the Brain Injury Association of America ‘The Challenge’ Publication. Click on… Read More
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 24, 2014 CONTACT: Stephanie S. Hale, BAA, Marketing Public Relations and Marketing Off.: 317-329-2093 Cell: 317-626-2910 firstname.lastname@example.org Flora M. Hammond, M.D.… Read More
Athletes with physical disabilities get a chance to show off their shooting expertise in archery either standing up or in a wheelchair. During competition, adapted archery is identical to able bodied archery. Shooters shoot 72 arrows from a distance of 70 meters at a target of 122 centimeters; a perfect score being 720. Modifications are not made to the bow, instead if any modifications are needed; they are made to the individual’s chair. Being able to modify the chair, allows athletes to be able to hold and use the arrow with comfort. If you have the upper body strength and the fine motor skills to be accurate, this may be the sport for you.