“It Is Not the Robot Who Learns, It Is Me.” Treating Severe Dysgraphia Using Child-Robot Interaction

Writing disorders are frequent and impairing. However, social robots may help to improve children’s motivation and to propose enjoyable and tailored activities. Here, we have used the Co-writer scenario in which a child is asked to teach a robot how to write via demonstration on a tablet, combined with a series of games we developed to train specifically pressure, tilt, speed, and letter liaison controls. This setup was proposed to a 10-year-old boy with a complex neurodevelopmental disorder…

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