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Symeon Retalis
Accessibility Running pilot studies with Kinect games for helping children with ADHD Kinect motion-based touchless games have been suggested by educators and therapists for helping children with learning disabilities as well as disorders such as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). The ultimate goal is to help children improve skills such as attention, memory, concentration and eye-hand concentration. ADHD is one of the most common neurodevelopmental disorders consisting of three symptom domains: hyperactivity, impulsivity and attention deficit. Epidemiological ...
Valeska Gioia
Accessibility Successful Individuals with Disabilities and Disability Awareness for All of Us It was such an honor to be featured on Edventures and I really think that more individuals are looking at this blog because of it. There was a post by a gentleman named Daniel Hubbell and it was so good to see. He was writing about how important assistive technology is, especially to students, and how this technology is ever-changing but necessary to keep up with for the success of all our students. Though education is my major focus, we will all need some type of assistive technology in the ...