SATReLO: A tool to support language therapies for children with hearing disabilities using video games

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https://doi.org/10.17533/udea.redin.20200586

Keywords:

Video games, Speech therapy, Educational games

Abstract


SATReLO is a tool for the creation of customized applications that support language therapy for children with hearing disabilities. These applications consist of video games that replicate therapeutic activities. Video games can motivate children to embrace therapy positively, increasing the time they dedicate towards this therapy, especially at home. SATReLO allows therapists to customize video games according to the needs of each patient and it keeps a record of his or her progress over time. SATReLO contains a software product line, which makes it possible to derive new video games in real time. The process of testing the system, both in terms of functionality and usability, was thorough and allowed many details of its operation to be fine-tuned. Preliminary tests about the impact of the video games in therapeutic process have been very positive.

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Author Biographies

Juan Carlos Martínez-Arias, Pontifical Xavierian University of Cali

Destination Research Group, Faculty of Engineering and Sciences.

Gloria Inés Álvarez-Vargas, Pontifical Xavierian University of Cali

Destination Research Group, Faculty of Engineering and Sciences.

Martín Vladimir Alonso Sierra-Galvis, Pontifical Xavierian University of Cali

Destination Research Group, Faculty of Engineering and Sciences.

María Constanza Pabón-Burbano, Pontifical Xavierian University of Cali

Destination Research Group, Faculty of Engineering and Sciences.

Diego Luis Linares-Ospina, Pontifical Xavierian University of Cali

Destination Research Group, Faculty of Engineering and Sciences.

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2021-06-04

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Martínez-Arias, J. C., Álvarez-Vargas, G. I., Sierra-Galvis, M. V. A., Pabón-Burbano, M. C., Linares-Ospina, D. L., Castillo-Saavedra, A. D., Portilla-Córdoba, A. Y., & Almanza-Trujillo, V. (2021). SATReLO: A tool to support language therapies for children with hearing disabilities using video games. Revista Facultad De Ingeniería Universidad De Antioquia, (99), 99–112. https://doi.org/10.17533/udea.redin.20200586