Computer games used to encourage stroke recovery

Computer games used to encourage stroke recovery

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We’ve previously seen gaming put to good use in the health sector through the UK-based University of Notre Dame’s WeHab recovery platform, which uses the Nintendo Wii to assist in the recovery of stroke victims. Also from the UK, Limbs Alive is a new therapy service for hemiplegia patients that uses games to improve motor skills in a fun way.