Articles by Justin Gallagher

Mr. Gallagher is a PhD candidate at the University of Leeds School of Mechanical Engineering, where he is carrying out research to develop intelligent adaptive assistive movement exercise systems aimed at motivating and developing physiotherapeutic movements for children with cerebral palsy and adults with stoke.

A System in the Wild: Deploying a Two Player Arm Rehabilitation System for Children With Cerebral Palsy in a School Environment

Abstract This paper outlines a system for arm rehabilitation for children with upper-limb hemiplegia resulting from cerebral palsy. Our research team designed a two-player, interactive (competitive or collaborative) computer play therapy system that provided powered assistance to children while they played specially designed games that promoted arm exercises. We designed the system for a school […] [Read More]