The study explores the use of immersive virtual reality to assess visual-spatial skills in children with hemiplegia.
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Is VR the next frontier in physical therapy? Thanks to Maya for being our feature participant!
Published in the Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation, the paper synthesizes current knowledge in this area and makes recommendations for clinicians interested in implementing virtual environments in their clinical practice.
We were grateful to attend this community-focused event and meet dedicated service providers and inspiring individuals and families working to improve the rights of persons with disabilities in the New England area.
Thanks to Green Mountain Support Services for hosting a wonderful event!
It was great to meet all of you – thank you for taking the time to attend this event! We look forward to hosting similar events in the future.
The article is here!
ALYN is at the forefront of virtual reality integration in pediatric rehabilitation and the site of a great deal of exciting research in the field. IT was great to meet clinicians and tour the facility!
In collaboration with Nina Rohrbach at the Technical University of Munich, we asked or not whether researchers were measuring user motivation, engagement, enjoyment, immersion or presence during VR interventions for adults with stroke. Check out our findings here!