Designed by Occupational Therapists, the app's efficacy is supported by independent research studies, including a 2016 study by Huntington University published in the Journal of Hand Therapy.
The app helps children and adults to:
. Carry out regular exercises to improve coordination and motor control in the hands and fingers
. Recover from injury or stroke.
Users can choose to:
. Track their performance
. Create and email performance and usage reports
. Share progress reports with family, carers, teachers, Occupational Therapists or other members of their care team.
Use of iPad for fine motor training is more effective and
efficient compared to the conventional method training.
Not only that clients find it engaging, it also acts an
effective tool to measure the performance on a regular
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