Sunday, January 17, 2010

Wii therapy in Columbus: From rehabilitation to special education


Dr. Tim Barrett writes for Examiner.com in Columbus, Ohio. Recently he posted an article explaining the many benefits of using Wii in therapy for a variety of problems. In this article, Dr. Barrett mentions Lon Thornburg. Lon's blog offers so much information to help therapists and families as they care for children with special needs. Robbie Winget, an occupational therapist also shares his enthusiasm about using Wii in therapy with Dr. Barrett.
Soon, this blog will give readers a chance to share their opinions and experiences using Nintendo Wii with those they care for. Keep following and when the survey posts take a little time to complete it.

3 comments:

college degree said...

Thanks for sharing the information about wii therapy. I think it is also very useful for people in various problems.

Is it ?

Alaya Lewis said...

Hello, thanks for sharing such a nice information with us. It may helpful for addicted patient to restore their normal lifestyle from addicted one. Enjoying reading your post, and again looking forward to the next part. I have just gone through rehabilitation therapy from http://www.rehabilitations.org/rehabilitation-therapies.html, it may help you too.

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