Today, thanks in part to a purposeful early screening of children and partly to improving parenting awareness, kindergarten or school children who are less skilful or smart than their peers can receive much more attention and help. Lack of general motor and / or cognitive abilities has a cumulative effect on a child's learning abilities and performance, as well as his or her psychological and social status. The extent of this is indicated by the fact that attention deficit disorder alone (ADHD) has a prevalence of around 5%, the annual cost of which is only 35 billion HUF in Hungary, and the proportion of people affected by various partial disabilities is 15-30%. Therefore, in the absence of adequate development, attention deficit and disability abilities can ultimately affect the chances of adult social and labour market integration.

The scientific view is that such symptoms are due to the brain's so called sensory integration deficit, but it is also proven that appropriate development programs and tools can remedy the problems. The therapy used as a means of doing this is actually playing with the appropriate development tools that stimulate the activity of the weaker areas. It is important to note that besides the typical childhood disorders, there are similar causes of dementia in the elderly, so similar therapy is recommended.

A major drawback of current development tools in the therapeutic process is their inability to perform appropriately parameterized measurements of use or to issue adaptively changing tasks. Failing this, the patient's task performance cannot be objectively documented, accurately documented, or task customized. The development addresses this long-standing professional need by providing a tool that can reliably measure task progress across multiple parameters (time, 3D dynamics and amplitude, etc.) and build a cloud-based database for further analysis. Customized and database synthesized data can be used to create customized task sequences, as built-in electronic solutions allow you to program and play multiple game modes and difficulty levels. The main strength of the instrument is that it combines the advantages of analogue and digital measurement methods. The user only interacts with the analogue, tangible, real hardware part, so that non-regular computer users are not disadvantaged by purely digital tests.

The target group of the tool is the database of therapists who use the database, but its structure and interface make it a useful tool for kindergartens, schools and elderly care providers as well. After processing the database, it can also be used in preventive or career tests based on the standardization of results. In light of this, the product represents a breakthrough innovation and will be widely marketed, ensuring a return on development.

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