Frédérique Vidal, the French Minister of Higher Education, visited the campus of Rennes (Brittany) to meet the Presidents of the Universities. Marie Babel, who is a university lecturer at INSA Rennes, presented the ADAPT project to her. She explained and showed her how the wheelchair driving simulator works.

A news item was published in the Assistive Technologies magazine's latest issue - October 2018. 

Nicolas Ragot, project leader of ADAPT, was chosen by the Interreg programme to be part of a video promoting the Interreg VA France (Channel) England projects and their European funding.

Information on the ADAPT research project was presented and disseminated by Karen Saunders (Consultant clinical & research neuro-physiotherapist) at this Trust event on September 10th at William Harvey Hospital, East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust (EKHUFT).

Specialist neuro-rehabilitation and assistive technology research are among the many topics for presentation at the Brain Injury Conference in Canterbury this autumn, which will be celebrating its ninth year of hosting.

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