We have always stressed the importance of knowing your view on the NeuronUP activities or what other type of activities you would like to work with. Some of you have already sent us some comment and suggestion. An example is Wendy Romero, the occupational therapist of “Fundación Síndrome 5P”. Wendy sent us an email with several suggestions and thanks to her we launched today a new generator to improve sustained attention with children!
While Wendy was working with the worksheet “Copy the letters”, she realized that there were children who could not do this activity because they were still learning the letters. We remind you that in this cognitive stimulation exercise the children have to copy incomplete matrixes looking carefully at a model matrix.
After she become aware of this problem, Wendy sent us an email to ask us if we could do this same activity but with smaller matrixes. Therefore, we started working on a generator that would allow it.
A generator for each kid
Now this generator to improve sustained attention allows the therapist to create unlimited activities. Also, NeuronUP offers the professional the possibility of customize the “Copy the letter" generator for each kid according to their abilities. In this way, the professional can choose multiple parameters: the size of matrix (rows/columns) and the number of empty squares.
Now the therapist can create very easy activities or exercises of great difficulty. Wendy´s request is resolved and she has helped us to improve this activity.
Find Toby with arrows
In addition to that suggestion, Wendy made several more comments that have been very helpful for us. In the children activity “Find Toby”, she told us that children with visual impairments have difficulties to find the target because the signals are small. To solve it, we have added arrows next to the image.
Many thanks to Wendy Romero and Fundación Síndrome 5P.
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