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Révolution robotique au service de la rééducation de l’écriture chez des enfants présentant une dysgraphie

Abstract : Through this paper, we intend to study the contribution of a new technological tool to the psychomotor intervention of children with handwriting disorders. This tool combines a robot, that possesses social skills, and a software installed on a tablet that contains games, specific to the development of handwriting skills. The protocol was suggested to children with handwriting disorders and includes nine individual sessions, on a weekly basis, with the presence of the social robot and their psychomotor therapist. Two children of 8 and 11 years old agreed to participate in this research with the intention of helping the social robot improve his handwriting quality while using the games mentioned earlier. The results of this experimental study show that the novelty effect diminishes over the first few sessions. However, the fact that robot needs the children’s help plays a fundamental factor that boosts the children’s motivation and engagement. This tool has showed its benefits and might be an supplementary tool, suited for some children throughout the psychomotor intervention of handwriting difficulties.
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Lara El Khayat. Révolution robotique au service de la rééducation de l’écriture chez des enfants présentant une dysgraphie. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2021. ⟨dumas-03297267⟩



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