KTLA Coronavirus Podcast – How VR technology is helping the physically disabled during self-isolation
On today’s episode, Christina Pascucci speaks with Paul Amadeus Lane. Paul is a TV & radio personality, brand ambassador, keynote speaker and accessibility consultant.
A sports accident at age sixteen caused a spinal-cord injury that left him paralyzed for life. Brent became a quadriplegic, losing complete use of his legs with some paralysis in his upper extremities.
The Abilities Recovery Center, in Los Angeles California, offers specialized fitness programs combined with cutting edge equipment that allows our clients access to the essential standing exercises, and to safely learn how to walk again.
Paul Lane is an accessible gaming consultant, keynote speaker, and TV/Radio personality who, as a C6 quadriplegic, has climbed the ranks in the broadcasting business and has a love for new technology.
Amanda Boxtel currently serves as Executive Director for the Bridging Bionics Foundation, which aims to bridge human mobility with exoskeletons and bionic technology.
Parents who have a child diagnosed with cerebral palsy spend a lot of their time and energy seeking out treatment options and taking their child to a variety of therapy appointments.