Roger E. Little, MS

Roger Little is a co-investigator on R1 Reliability and validity of a remote neuropsychological assessment protocol and R2 Determining the efficacy of a mobile TR portal for delivery of cognitive and vocational rehabilitation , and a collaborator on D1 Developing mobile telerehabilitation applications for cognitive and vocational rehabilitation. He served as an aviation structural mechanic in the United States Navy.  He also worked as a city firefighter before receiving  a Bachelor of Science in Human Factors Engineering and a Masters of Science in Rehabilitation Engineering from Wright State University.  Mr. Little has 12 years experience as a Rehabilitation Engineer; performing evaluations, recommendations, and training of adaptive technology.  His work has been in the areas of computer access, electronic aids to daily living, ergonomics, workstation evaluations, cognitive orthotics and home accessibility.  Since 2005, Mr. Little has been a faculty member at the University of Pittsburgh in the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences in the Department of Rehabilitation Science and Technology.  He is the coordinator of the Learning Technologies Program.  He developed and instructs a graduate level course in home and worksite modifications.  Mr. Little is a consultant for the Veterans Administration’s Poly Trauma Centers in the areas of computer access, cognitive orthotics and electronic aids for daily living.  Mr. Little also served as a consultant for the Variety children’s charity, Kids-on-the-Go program for 10 years.




Journal of Telerehabilitation


D3 video screen on YouTube

TeleWellness: Interactive Mobile Health and Rehabilitation



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