|Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center on Recreational Technologies|
Based at the University of Illinois-Chigago, this group focuses upon research into recreation and recreational technologies for disabled persons.
|Rehabilitation Research Centers|
Contains useful information on the subject as well as its importance and relevance.
|RERC on Communication Enhancement|
This Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center studying alternative and augmentative communication is located in Durem, North Carolina.
|RERC on Ergonomic Solutions for Employment|
This Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center's primary research examines preventing disability associated with musculoskeletal disorders and aging. The center is located at the University of Michigan.
|RERC on Information Technology Access|
The Trace Center at the University of Wisconsin is a rehabilitation engineering research center focusing on computer and other IT accessibility studies.
|RERC on Prosthetics and Orthotics|
This Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center is located at Northwestern University and is dedicated to the improvement of prostheses and orthoses, fitting and manufacturing processes, and increasing basic understanding of human-machine systems.
|The Center of Rehabilitation Engineering (CoRE)|
Kings College London unit offering taught courses and undertaking research into Rehabilitation Engineering.
|Usability and Rehabilitation Engineering Group (Cambridge University)|
The Cambridge University Engineering Department's research activities encompass many areas of Human-Computer Interaction, from the design of novel input systems to the development of mechatronic assistive devices, and Design for All.