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Introducing Squeeze

The Pediatric Rehabilitation Game

Squeeze is an interactive, at-home rehabilitation therapy creating a fun form of physical and occupational therapy for children ages 5-8.

Squeeze's accessibility reduces travel time for patients who have to travel long distances multiple times a week to attend appointments, and to pediatric patients who do not have regular access to therapy. 


Through a range of games, Squeeze incorporates fine motor, coordination, and grip strength which are key components in stroke rehabilitation. This game has the option to send doctors accurate progress reports in real time rather than only seeing a snippet of progress at an annual appointment. 

Problem Statement

The problem at hand focuses on pediatric stroke impacting 0.04 - 0.005% of children from newborn to 18 years old. These stroke survivors aren’t making full recoveries and are left to figure out how to deal with the physical, behavioural and emotional complications but have limited resources available for recovery. 



Through video game rehabilitation, adaptive neuroplasticity is targeted to help the brain restructure itself in response to its intrinsic or extrinsic stimuli to tackle the restricted physical abilities, weakness or paralysis of limbs on one side of the body, after stroke through rehabilitation.

How It Works

Using a joystick controller with 360-degree control, sensors and the ability to “Squeeze”, the ergonomic design places the child's hand in the proper position to be able to perform a squeezing motion. 


The design is symmetrical with the ability to be used ambidextrously.

Game Walkthrough

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