Game-changer for Parkinson’s disease outcomes


A unique gaming system called ‘OrbIT’ will play a lead role in the fight to improve life for individuals living with Parkinson’s disease, thanks to funding from the Estate of the late Olga Mabel Woolger.

In a three-year $90,000 study, Flinders University Rehabilitation Engineer, Mr David Hobbs and University of Adelaide neuroscientist Dr. Lyndsey Collins-Praino will partner with Parkinson’s South Australia to trial OrbIT as a cognitive training device to improve outcomes and delay dementia onset for people with Parkinson’s .

The OrbIT gaming system is an accessible, fun, stand-alone computer gaming system that features a novel and easy to use controller.

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