Paper Title
Electronics Interactive Feedback to Improve Physical Activities for Children with Multiple Disabilities

This study used body motion interactive feedback activities made from electronic components to enhance the body strength of children with intellectual disability accompany cerebral palsy. Electronic magnetic components could be joined together to make a circuit to create an input and output feedback system. Participants press the correct area, and receive audio and visual feedback, which was found to enhance the motivation to do physical activities for children with cerebral palsy. This study adopted a single-subject research using an ABAB structure, in which A was the baseline, and B was the intervention. The experimental results from the data analyses showed a significant increase in the scores in the intervention phases compared to the baseline phases. Applications for use and further suggestions are also discussed. Keywords: Developmental Disability, Sensor, Electronic Kits, Cerebral Palsy