Month: April 2019

Virtual reality helps people with Parkinson’s disease improve balance

Researchers say they are encouraged by preliminary results of a study demonstrating that virtual reality can help people with Parkinson’s disease improve their balance. In the trial by the Motion Capture Core Facility at the University of Utah, 10 people tested a virtual reality training system on a treadmill in three 30-minute sessions a week…

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New National Senior Campuses chair plans to focus on diversity, technology, civic issues

Increasing diversity among residents and staff, upgrading technology and collaborating on civic issues with residents of the greater community are the main goals that Michelle Bohreer has identified for National Senior Campuses as she prepares to become the first woman to lead the board of directors of the country’s largest not-for-profit multi-site senior living organization…

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