Computer games to benefit children with cerebral palsy

Computer games aren’t usually thought of by health practitioners for their health benefits, but thanks to developments recently completed by Flinders University and UniSA, they have become a prominent part of rehabilitation programs.

For David Hobbs, associate lecturer, PhD candidate and rehabilitation engineer at Flinders University, the development of games software and two specialised controllers designed by the UniSA’s Master of Design graduate course hold great promise.

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