Thursday, October 22, 2009

Wii games are used in therapies for children with disabilities

Teachers at an Oregon learning center have developed a program they are calling "Wii-hab," using Nintendo Wii technology to help children with disabilities improve motor skills and coordination. Students are motivated to play the system's games, and the technology helps teachers document their progress, said a district technology specialist. KVEW-TV (Kennewick, Wash.)

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