Game Happens 2019 – Conference
Saturday 9 November, Afternoon Sessions
A Neurodevelopmental Disorders Therapist and an enthusiastic programmer of video games for children are trying to create a game usable by everyone: in family, in different social settings and in a rehabilitation framework, with an algorithm that allows the software to adapt continuously and simultaneously to the characteristics of the person who uses it.
Alessia Frulli, Independent
Alessia Frulli is a mother to a three year old girl and a Neurodevelopmental Disorders Therapist, wife of an enthusiastic programmer of video games for children. She’s always trying to find a way to improve their skills and combine her passions: her family and helping people. Through her profession she usually meets children with many difficulties who have their own unique and special skills, she would like to help create a more inclusive and simple world for everyone despite their difficulties.