Interactive floor for mental disorders
Interactive floor Briolight is designed to work with children with mental disorders. When developing the software, we involved practitioners who helped create effects for these children, as well as helped classify them, so that using the Activity Generator, a teacher or psychologist can quickly select effects for a child. The generator was created based on ICD-10 information.
Exactly what types of violations can the interactive floor be used with?
- Violation of the emotional-volitional sphere
- Hyperactive disorders. Attention deficit. Impulsiveness. Excessive physical activity
- Violations due to genetic diseases
- Psychosomatic disorders
In working with the generator, the teacher can choose one of the above types of disorders and the program will automatically create a folder with 5-10 effects that match the specified criteria.
To avoid any difficulties during work, when you hover the mouse cursor over the violation, a window with a hint will appear, which will list specific diseases. For example, in “Disorders Due to Genetic Diseases” the following diseases will be listed: Down Syndrome, West Syndrome, Williams Syndrome, Rett Syndrome, Prader-Willi Syndrome, Angelman Syndrome.
Important! If you have symptoms that involve other disorders (speech, intelligence, musculoskeletal system), you should also mark them in the effect generator! This will affect the final selection of the effects.
More information about other violations, as well as detailed descriptions, is collected in the closed Corporate Methodological Base Briolight (which our customers have the right to access), as well as in the Methodological Recommendations, which will soon be printed and included in the equipment delivery set.
We also note that children with coordination uncertainty or with disorders of the musculoskeletal system have a negative experience of their own physical awkwardness. They are afraid to break something, and the teacher, in addition to corrective work, also controls his movements so that the child does not harm himself in the first place. Performing exercises on the interactive floor, the child is safe and cannot spoil or break anything (the floor is just a projection), and the result is always obtained! This will give a sense of freedom and inspire to take initiative in other activities.