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An app that develops hand-eye coordination in children and teens with cerebral palsy
An image-exposure game suitable for children and teens with significant motor impairment. Expose It adapts its content to each player’s interest, sparking curiosity and motivation, encouraging players to continue practicing and developing their motor and cognitive abilities.
Children and teens with cerebral palsy need to practice and strengthen their hand-eye coordination. Most mainstream games don’t meet their motor and cognitive needs. They are in need of age-appropriate, skill-specific, and, of course, fun games.
Expose It improves players’ hand-eye coordination, as they move their fingers across the screen to uncover a hidden image. This app allows users to upload different images, based on their personal interests, and to adjust the level of difficulty of the game based on their needs. Therapists can use the games’ feedback to track players’ progress.
Children and teens at the Ilanot School love playing Expose It. We plan on developing Expose It, adapting it to Quest and to the whole educational system.
The Ilanot School serves students with cerebral palsy, up until the age of 21. All students have significant motor disabilities that affect their ability to function on a day-to-day basis, impacting everything from self-care to leisure activities.
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