The work completed by the team for the past year was evaluated by the Project Officer of the European Commission, as well as leading European experts, including the vice-president of an IT-technology cooperation office (Hungary), the Dean of the School of Computing and Digital Technologies at Staffordshire University (UK), as well as a professor at the University of Brussels (Belgium), who is studying the use of computer game therapy in children affected with cerebral palsy.
Having analysed the results of the team’s work, the experts expressed a high opinion of the project and provided valuable recommendations for improving the effectiveness of the future implementation of the project.
As a reminder, GABLE is a scientific project for the development of rehabilitation games for children with cerebral palsy, which receives financial support from the European Commission under the Horizon 2020 Programme. A research team from the International Clinic of Rehabilitation works on the project alongside partners from Spain, Norway, Ireland, and the UK.
For more detailed information, go to projectgable.eu.