Video technology trial aims to help stroke victims recover more easily at home

Stroke survivors, especially those in rural and regional areas, could soon have their recovery optimised through the use of video game technology used as a rehabilitation tool in their own home.  University of Tasmania researchers are working with Launceston General Hospital physiotherapists on a study to determine how much interactive digital technology can increase the amount of activity that stroke survivors undertake and to determine if there are benefits to upper limb function or mobility.  Read more here .