Abstract

Date Presented 04/04/19

Engagement in video-game play has become a popular meaningful occupation for clients today. For individuals who have sustained upper-extremity injury or amputation that limits function, game play through the use of custom-adapted game controllers can provide a multitude of psychological and functional benefits. This mixed-methods study explored the impact of adapted video-game controller use on the quality of life of 20 participants who sustained upper-extremity amputations or injuries.

Primary Author and Speaker: Kaitlyn Jones

Additional Authors and Speakers: Carol Coté

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