1. Using Exergame and Interactive Fitness For Occupational Therapy

      Occupational Therapy is the only profession that helps people across their lifespan to do things they want to do. Occupational therapy is supposed to enable people to live life to it’s fullest by helping them promote health, and prevent or live better with injury, illness or disability. Common occupational therapy interventions include helping children with disabilities to participate ful…Read More

  2. Improving Cognitive Deficits With Interactive Fitness and Exergaming

      Cognitive Deficits, also called intellectual disability, is a condition beginning in childhood in which people show significant limitations in their ability to learn and function. Intellectual disabilities are divided into degrees of severity based on their level of impairment. These include mild, moderate, severe, or profound. About 5% of the population have cognitive deficits, and most of…Read More

  3. Makoto for Cognitive and Multi Sensory Senior Fitness

      Develop balance, cognitive function, and range of motion. A recent survey by AARP revealed that the number one concern for aging Americans is staying sharp. Seniors love the Makoto Arena because it gives them a way to improve their “mental sharpness” as well as giving them the ability to get that “just right” level of cardio and stretching. The Active Aging/Senior Fitness world has…Read More