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Designing Therapeutic Games for Students with Hand Mobility and Dexterity Issues
Designing Therapeutic Games for Students with Hand Mobility and Dexterity Issues
Pam Pratt
Monday, October 07, 2019

Several students in Mr. Poehner's 7th Grade STEM Class were interested in designing a therapeutic game for a young patient with hand mobility and dexterity issues. The EMS STEM students sketched their work, built the game on CAD, and made a physical prototype test model. Once the game was finished, Ms. Samantha Darner, an Occupational Therapist, and one of her students, Dewey Todd, were invited to the STEM class to tryout the game. It was a great experience for everyone involved in the project.