GARDEN Project!


Older adults may experience physical and cognitive barriers that impact their participation in meaningful activities. Increasingly, digital rehabilitation games have been developed and may be used by older adults to enhance their aging and wellness.  The purpose of this study is to develop a design framework that focuses on the end user in their role as a game player and rehabilitation client. Currently, we are looking for individuals aged 50 or older who have experiences using videogames for health (such as physical, occupational, or cognitive therapy), are able to speak English, and have access to a computer with webcam and internet. If you are interested in participating in an online interview consisting of 2 1-hour sessions, please contact Gordon Tao at An honorarium will be provided for your time.