By learning to perform magic, individuals achieve new skill levels which motivates their rehabilitation progress and develops and improves their self-concept. Project Magic also assists in the development of competent, achievement oriented behavior which is necessary if the hospitalised, disabled individual is to successfully re-enter the outside community.
This unique program offers the disabled person a new experience and a skill that most able-bodied people are unable to duplicate. Because Project Magic combines the talents of professionals in the entertainment field and those in the medical field, it provides a quality of therapeutic training far in advance of traditional rehabilitative programs and techniques.
Project Magic provides interested magicians and occupational therapists all over the world with information and written materials on magical effects and their therapeutic value for the disabled person. As a result, this establishes a network of communication and social group interaction for all participants, based on the new, shared, common interest in magic.