VitaGames is a unique project aimed at helping Ukrainian children to adapt to new environments and overcome the adverse effects of war and immigration. Under the supervision of our project team, which includes software development, psychology, and medical research specialists, children will learn how to create video games using the Construct 3 game engine. Besides new skills that can be an introduction to a future career, we expect to find a decrease in children's anxiety and depression levels after the VitaGames educational course has been fulfilled.
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Pediatrician and senior researcher with 6+ years of clinical and research work. Anna is a member of the international multidisciplinary consortium working on serious computer games for children with movement disorders. Her research interests include computer game therapy and the quality of life of children.
Software engineer with 4+ years in fast-paced web startups. Game developer and designer experienced in Construct 3 game engine. Participant in the Pediatric Evaluation of Disability Inventory (PEDI) project.
PhD in Psychology with experience of 10+ years in psychological counseling and psychotherapy. Researcher and lecturer at Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University. Areas of expertise: clinical psychology, autism spectrum disorders, special education, neuroscience.