“Rehabilitation for movement disorders often requires changes in strategy alongside considerable practice. This is difficult to fit into daily lives, particularly for children and young people with cerebral palsy or brain injuries. The motivation to be part of the VR4REHAB project was set by the opportunity to work together with experts in computer sciences and digital technologies, researchers, and health professionals alongside the young people to develop meaningful and motivating environments for rehabilitation.”

The Royal Free London has an international reputation for clinical research and has a long history of pioneering, world-leading clinical research into disease which has had revolutionary outcomes for patients.

Researchers at the Royal Free London are part of the ambitious international Interreg NWE VR4Rehab project, aiming to extend the scope of digital technology and virtual reality (VR) for rehabilitation in order to provide support for people with a variety of health conditions.

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