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Using a motion‐controlled game to teach four elementary school children with intellectual disabilities to improve hand hygiene

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Individuals with intellectual disabilities (ID) may have difficulties in performing daily living tasks. Among other daily living tasks, independent personal hygiene is an essential life skill for people with ID.
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Keywords: Kinect V2; Unity 3D; hand hygiene training; intellectual disability; video game

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: July 1, 2019

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