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Virtual reality programs support the treatment of children with acquired brain injury

The use of virtual environments is a new and fast-developing field in pediatric neurorehabilitation. The first longitudinal study in Estonia on the cognitive and social rehabilitation of children with acquired brain injury was completed at the University of Tartu, confirming the efficiency of using computer-based programs and virtual reality for improving children’s attention, visuospatial abilities and social skills.

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