Studies have shown when kids with disabilities are educated in inclusive settings, the classrooms are better for all of the students.
"Helping Hands" at Rice University have developed Dino-Might, a controller/game designed for patients with cerebral palsy to use for physical therapy.
Holly Robinson Peete describes one of her main goals for HollyRod is to eventually create a St. Jude’s like center for autism where children can receive treatment.
Video games may not be as bad for us as our mothers told us. The latest foray into the virtual realm stems from the Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, citing that targeted rehabilitation of patients with Cerebral Palsy can be achieved through the use of active video games (Nintendo Wii, Xbox 360 Kinect, Playstation Move, etc.).