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Use of XR Based Assistive Technology in Occupational Therapy

      Assistive Technology is any device, resource or service, which aids the client to improve any skill, which is hindering his/her functional ability. Occupational therapists are experts in using technology to increase, maintain or improve functional abilities in individual with special needs. This helps in suggesting an adaptation, modification or assistive technology device for a client as per the need. Over recent period researchers and clinicians have started to use Virtual Reality (VR) as a new technology for implementing innovative rehabilitation treatments in cognitive and motor domains. However, the use of extended reality (XR) is not studied much.
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