Game based Neurological Rehabilitation

Game based Neurological Rehabilitation

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Activity details

imaginary has studied and developed REHABILITY, the suite of serious games co-designed with specialists and patients post stroke, with Multiple Sclerosis or Parkinson disease. A best practice connected health solution, REHABILITY allows patients to take part in rehabilitation therapy both within a specialist facility and from home with continuous remote medical support. It combines physical with cognitive exercise (simultaneously if required), and medical staff can quickly personalise the exercises for each single patient in each phase of the therapy in a very fine grained, yet simple way. The product has proven research to show that it motivates elderly people to comply with the prescribed therapy, thus supporting adherence: the research results have been published in several scientific papers. The product is culturally neutral and multi-lingual, being able to address people from very many different countries (it is also being used in SE Asia). For ease of use and cost reduction, particularly for use @home, REHABILITY uses off-the-shelf affordable consumer technology: it runs on PC, TV and tablet and works with several motion tracking systems. Although already proven and stable, the product is being continuously enhanced, taking into account the suggestions and needs of customers who thereby can influence the production pipeline. There is a version for cognitive stimulation for healthy ageing.
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imaginary srl
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Lucia Pannese
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Last update: 22/03/2019

Current Status

On the website there is constantly the latest update about - available versions - partners supporting the commitment - bibliography published -...


Title Planned Deadline Current Status Category Attachments
Neuroconvention London 05/06/2018 Achieved Dissemination: Meetings, events, conferences


Indicator Target indicator Current status
number of clinics/hospitals experimenting/adopting the solution 100 22