Triumf mobile health platform

Bubbles at work (Triumf health app update)

The Triumf health app has been improved with a new feature! We have added a new therapeutic Bubble mini-game that offers endless possibilities for relaxation and challenge. Although it is difficult to tell when playing with soap bubbles began, we know that blowing bubbles was already depicted in the 17th century. Taking into account how much fun blowing bubbles is, one could indeed assume that it must have started centuries ago.


Blowing bubbles is such a simple way to have fun, but beyond fun, the activity also has a great variety of useful means. For example, learning how to blow bubbles helps develop oral-motor skills, running and jumping to get the bubbles gross motor skills. Bubbles could also be used to help children practice language skills through the activity, or to learn to count and sum, or it may create an interest in physics for learning the dynamics of bubbles. In addition, laying down and watching bubbles fall, or imaging this in one's mind, can be used to learn how to relax. By blowing bubbles, one can learn deep breathing that helps relax the body. Just watching the bubbles move can help one to be mindful and so on.

By knowing the variety of benefits and metaphors we can create with bubbles, how could one not include a bubble game to support children in learning new skills? And this is exactly what we did - we are using all the fun and relaxing characteristics bubbles have to offer in our new mini-game. By the way, we cannot hide that we - adults - also still secretly love bubbles and creating the mini-game was exciting and lots of fun for us as well.

Furthermore, Triumf digital health platform has additional mini-games such as the mindfulness-based coloring book for improving the mental wellbeing of pediatric patients. Everyone can find their favorite mini-games from our digital therapeutics platform for maximum impact. Request a free demo to learn more!

Author

Riin Tark

Author

Riin Tark

Focusing on stakeholder engagement and user experience. She brings domain expertise in clinical child psychology.