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Published: 2/5/2012 - Updated: 2 years ago


Flower makes use of iPads

The iPad tablet has become a high-tech teacher for therapists at Flower Hospital’s Rehabilitation Center. The touch-screen device is worked into therapy sessions, helping patients' gross and fine motor skills, as well as connect and converse with family members. The therapists use applications that allow patients to identify numbers and letters, type words while speaking them, and practice hand and eye coordination. CLICK ANY IMAGE TO VIEW FULL PHOTO, START SLIDE SHOW.

The therapists use iPad applications that allow patients to identify numbers and letters, type words while speaking them, and practice hand and eye coordination. Enlarge | Buy This Photo The therapists use iPad applications that allow patients to identify numbers and letters, type words while speaking them, and practice ...
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Occupational therapist, Amanda Manthey, assists a patient with the iPad during a therapy session. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Occupational therapist, Amanda Manthey, assists a patient with the iPad during a therapy session.
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A patient works on hand-eye coordination with the iPad during his therapy. Enlarge | Buy This Photo A patient works on hand-eye coordination with the iPad during his therapy.
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Occupational therapist, Amanda Manthey, assists a patient with the iPad during a therapy session, combining screen time and face time to help the patient as much as possible. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Occupational therapist, Amanda Manthey, assists a patient with the iPad during a therapy session, combining screen time and face time ...
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Speech therapist, Jana Lown, has worked at Flower Hospital for 15 years. She likens the iPad to a portable toolkit for therapists. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Speech therapist, Jana Lown, has worked at Flower Hospital for 15 years. She likens the iPad to a portable toolkit ...
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Occupational therapist, Amanda Manthley, has worked at Flower Hospital for 10 years and is excited to use new technology with her patients. “It allows us to educate and become more hands on,” she said. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Occupational therapist, Amanda Manthley, has worked at Flower Hospital for 10 years and is excited to use new technology with ...
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