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November 2012

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One Stop Shop for Disability Work Tools researches, develops and distributes tools and equipment to help people work on the job and around the home with less pain and physical demands. There is an entire section of farm tools. Specific attention is devoted to aging workers and those with disabilities who want to adapt their equipment or businesses and continue "hands-on" activities. The mission of is to make adaptive tools readily available so people can independently work on the job and around the home in spite of injury, aging or disabling condition. The site will motivate productivity by distributing tools that enhance activity, minimize physical pain and deliver hope to hurting individuals. It will enable people to select the best tools for the job so they can perform to their full potential.

Guy Uses Thought-Controlled Bionic Leg to Climb 103 Story Chicago Skyscraper

"This is definitely from the future: a guy, using the power of his mind, literally, to control a bionic leg and climb a skyscraper in Chicago--all 103 floors, if you can believe it. Meet Zac Vawter, the 31-year-old man making history with an $8 million, 9-pound aluminum robotic leg attached at his right thigh, just above the knee. He lost that part of his leg in a motorcycle accident in 2009." Watch story