enAbleGames is creating customizable Active Video Games (AVG) to promote health and activity in people with disabilities.
enAbleGames is a game design and platform development company composed of physical therapists, biomedical engineers and computer scientists to provide affordable, effective gaming solutions for use in clinic and home-based health and rehabilitation services.
Patients have access to challenging and entertaining AVGs. Clinicians and family care providers adjust game parameters to focus on specific therapy goals. Also, they have access to motion data to examine and monitor patient performance to inform rehabilitation services and outcomes.
Founded in 2015 in Philadelphia, PA, enAbleGames takes advantage of the expertise and resources in the region and at Drexel University where the initial game design research and clinical testing was performed. Drexel University is home to one of the top pediatric physical therapy programs and one of the top-ranked game design programs in the US.
The enAble Games team consists of an expert clinician and physical therapist researcher, an expert game designer with 20 years of experience running a digital games and simulation business, an experienced healthcare executive, and a former game producer with an MBA who is also a PhD student in Digital Media
enAble Games has many advisors assisting with the design of the system including physical therapists, and a movement scientists, and biomedical engineers.
We work with clinical partners testing our games with individuals with disabilities such as Cerebral Palsy, MS, and Parkinson’s. We will be announcing more partners soon.