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Adapting Playware to Rehabilitation Practices

Modular Interactive Tiles

We demonstrate the modular interactive tiles for playful rehabilitation, and describe how therapists use the modularity to apply modular interactive tiles in rehabilitation practices that demand highly individualized training. Therapists may use the interactive modular tiles to provide treatment for a large number of patients who receive hospital, municipality or home care, although the tiles can as well be used for prevention with elderly or for fitness with normal people. There has been extensive use of the modular tiles with cardiac patients, smoker’s lung (COLD) patients and stroke patients in hospitals and in the private homes of patients and elderly. Through a qualitative research methodology of the new practice with the tiles, we find that therapists are using the modular aspect of the tiles for personalized training of a vast variety of elderly patients modulating exercises and difficulty levels. We also find that in physical games there are individual differences in patient interaction capabilities and styles, and that modularity allows the therapist to adapt exercises to the individual patient’s capabilities.

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Henrik Hautop Lund
Danmarks Tekniske Universitet
Elektrovej
Bygning 325, rum 212
2800 Kgs. Lyngby
hhl[at]elektro.dtu.dk
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