In comparison to the traditional method of rehabilitation, which relies on the repetition of movements for a patient's recovery, the doctor said video games are far more engaging, especially for children who have always used them for entertainment.
"There is nothing else that I have done in physical therapy with children that I have seen that level of (eagerness) to come to PT (physical therapy).
celiac-disease) or the student’s need to use medical equipment. This figure may be misleading in some ways, because it includes only those students who are eligible for special services.
Its left and right mouse clicks have been adapted so that you can use a switch for activation.The condition must interfere with or substantially limit the child’s ability to take part in routine school activities.A physical disability or health condition need not limit activity; instead, it may involve other restrictions, such as a special diet (i.e. Department of Education estimates that 0.6 percent of the school-aged population has physical or health disabilities.Dr Sharmella Roopchand-Martin, who specialises in nuero-rehabilitation at SPT, said all the children involved in the study had improvements in their gross motor function scores at the end of the six weeks of training."One child in particular stood out in that she had never walked before, independently, without her rollator.During the activity one day, she wanted to go to the bathroom and we were bringing her rollator for her, and by the time we had got there with the rollator, she had walked to the bathroom already," she said.