The Nintendo Switch is a portable game system that allows you to interact with others by using removable sides as controllers. The device can be docked and used as a stationary system—or it can be used as a handheld game for an individual. It is for adults and children if appropriate game is chosen. The Hori Flex adaptive controller can be used to make the Nintendo switch more accessible.
Some of the games might be appropriate for use in a clinical/rehabilitation setting. For example, the game 1-2 Switch consists of 28 minigames, including a shaving game, a sandwich-eating game, and a telephone game. Health professionals can use this console to help clients work on skills that are applicable to everyday life.
The new system features a vibrant 7-inch OLED screen, a wide adjustable stand, a dock with a wired LAN port, 64 GB of internal storage, and enhanced audio.
RRP US$ $349.99
• Parental guidance in conjunction with a health professional is required to choose an appropriate game to a client