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County of Lake Department Directory

Scenery of Mt Konocti, Donated by Eileen Gieser “/Assets/Lake+County+Pic+Veranda/EGkonocti2.jpg” Official situation of the County of Lake, California ♦ ©2010 County of Lake ♦ Disclaimer ♦ Contact Webmaster Turtles, Donated by Laura Sottili “/Assets/Lake+County+Pic+Drift/SScora.jpg” Jerking, Donated by Eileen Gieser “/Assets/Lake+County+Picture+Gallery/LSbuckingham.jpg” 707-262-4200 Mirky Day, Donated by Alesia Lee “/Assets/Lake+County+Snap+Drift/DGmuseum.jpg” (Non-Emergency) jQuery(“img”).brook(“mouseup”, place(e){clickNS(e)}); Elk Lot Itinerary, Donated by… READ MORE

Protecting and Promoting Access to Complex Rehab Technology

Protecting and Promoting Access to Complex Rehab Technology

Welcome to acess2crt.org! This website has been created to share information regarding Complex Rehab Technology (CRT) and provide resources and tools to promote and protect access for people with disabilities. Complex Rehab Technology includes medically necessary and individually configured manual and power wheelchairs, seating and positioning systems, and other adaptive equipment such as standing devices… READ MORE

Advocacy Alliance Project

Advocacy Alliance Project

United Spinal Association recently announced the launch of its Advocacy Alliance, formerly called UsersFirst, to help bring awareness to policy makers on issues that affect wheelchair users nationwide, including access to essential mobility equipment. The new name reflects United Spinal’s effort to ensure its advocacy efforts on both the state and national level are closely… READ MORE

Clinical Research for Recent Spinal Cord Injury

SCiStar is a clinical research study evaluating the safety and activity of AST-OPC1 oligodendrocyte progenitor cells, an investigational agent for newly injured people with sensorimotor complete cervical (in the neck) spinal cord injury. The SCiStar study will evaluate three increasing doses of AST-OPC1 administered at a single point in time between 14 and 30 days… READ MORE

Bridging the Gap

Bridging the Gap

Severed motor axons can now be made to cross complete spinal cord injuries and connect to muscle groups below the level of injury in rats. Researchers with the University of California San Diego’s Department of Neurosciences’ Center for Neural Repair detailed their breakthrough in a June 13 article in The Journal of Neuroscience. According to… READ MORE

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