Abstract

Date Presented 04/05/19

SaeboVR is a virtual reality (VR) program that allows the user to practice tasks with their affected extremity within the virtual context. The purpose of this study is to investigate the perceptions of SaeboVR among individuals with UE motor impairments within their home and to acquire feedback on SaeboVR from experienced OT practitioners. Results from this study provide valuable insight into the benefits and limitations to VR intervention both in the home and clinic.

Primary Author and Speaker: Jennifer Lewis

Faculty Advisor: Allison Ellington

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