Abstract—The recovery of children with mental disabilities, regardless of the degree or level of deficiency preoccupied and concern to all professionals involved in the process. Over time there have been numerous attempts to help these children cope better in society continuously changing requirements. Starting from the idea that students with mental deficiency problems in the fields of communication, interpersonal relationships, show their emotions the way we try to show that the improvement difficulties is playing a very important role. We believe that while the students will participate in a series of game-based activities, activities that "will play" being placed in different real life situations, we are able to achieve positive results in their recovery.
Index Terms—Mental deficiency, playing, recovery.
Karla Peter and Viorica Banciu are with the University of Oradea, Romania (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com).
Cite:Karla Peter and Viorica Banciu, "Game Using in the Language Education Activities of Children with Mild and Moderate Mental Disabilities," International Journal of Information and Education Technology vol. 3, no. 3, pp. 393-396, 2013.