The Effect Of Virtual Reality Method On Independence In Daily Live In Stroke Patients

Agnė Grigonytė, Aušra Adomavičienė, Vidmantas Alekna Abstract Cerebral infarction (stroke) is an acute focal cerebral blood flow disruption that disturbs persons biopsychosocial functions. In order to improve the stroke patient’s activities and participation in everyday life a virtual reality device – “Microsoft Xbox Kinect 360” is used by training to help repair the impaired functions.…

Use of Virtual Reality During Occupational Therapy Asessions

Monika Jadzevičiūtė, Rasa Barčytė, Romualdas Sinkevičius, Eimantas Žeimys, Mantas Galbuogis Abstract Virtual reality – a new promising type of rehabilitation, which is based on scientific research and are widely used in foreign countries rehabilitation centers. During Occupational Therapy sessions not only normal activities can be used, but also activities carried out in cyberspace. In 2012…