Can wrist-worn devices and a smartphone application influence arm activity in children with unilateral cerebral palsy? A proof-of-concept study.

Amie Turner,Dan Jackson,Eleanor Officer, Chelsy Boyne-Nelson, Zosia Zielinska, Divya Dinraj, Jessica Blickwedel,Tom Nappey,Tim Rapley, Heather Turpin,Jill Cadwgan,Janice Elizabeth Pearse,Anna Purna Basu

Frontiers in rehabilitation sciences(2022)

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Children with UCP were prepared to wear the wristband devices for prolonged periods. Whilst arm activity increased bilaterally in the hour following a prompt, increases were not sustained. Delivery of the study during the COVID-19 pandemic may have negatively influenced findings. Technological challenges occurred but could be overcome. Future testing should incorporate structured therapy input.
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child,intervention,smartphone application,therapy,unilateral cerebral palsy,upper limb,wrist-worn device
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