RehaCom Software UK & Ireland
RehaCom software is the professionals choice for computer-aided Cognitive Rehabilitation. It offers class leading performance for use in clinic or at home.
Quick Overview Presentation
RehaCom software - developed and refined over 25 years to enable more effective cognitive rehabilitation. Use RehaCom in rehabilitation for stroke, multiple sclerosis, ADHD and many other conditions that affect brain function.
Whether a healthcare professional or a potential user you should seriously review what RehaCom can offer you. It's actually designated as a Medical Device, Class 1, within the European Medical Device Regulations and safe to use at home or in the clinic. You can learn more by reviewing the presentation here.
Following an acquired brain injury RehaCom can help restore our ability to pay attention or concentrate, perform various memory and planning tasks, help with visual field issues and much more.
Developed by Hasomed GmbH and refined over 2 decades, the RehaCom approach is used in 95% of German rehab clinics and much of Europe and Asia. Such computer-based approaches were not adopted in the UK and Ireland until recently. As evidence supporting the adoption of RehaCom has grown this has started accelerate.
RehaCom software's training modules automatically adapt the training tasks to the user's level of performance. This means RehaCom can be used, for example, even at a very acute stage of stroke recovery - and remains relevant through all stages of stroke recovery. It is also an excellent tool to help with aspects of Visual Neglect. Training modules can easily be selected based on a cognitive assessment or by using the RehaCom Screening Modules.
Calling RehaCom Brain Training - or Exercise for the Brain - or even "brain jogging" - is misleading as RehaCom was conceived as a precision tool to help those recover following a brain injury.
RehaCom was not designed as a game but it is just as interesting and is certainly as engaging as one. This software was shaped by neuropsychologists and therapists to lead the way in cognitive therapy.
RehaCom is offered here in three packages as "standard" that met the needs of professionals or just individuals needing help. RehaCom can be configured for professionals working with
- many clients or just the occasional one
- clients Inside an organisation or in the community
- clients face to face or via telehealth technology
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If you are a person who is trying to recover from a brain injury you may be wondering if RehaCom can help you.
We invite you to review the site carefully and weigh the evidence for yourself. If you want to try RehaCom it's safe. Ideally, you will have guidance from a therapist who uses a tool like RehaCom.
As you probably know, each year over 1 million people attend hospital in the UK and Ireland as a result of an acquired brain injury, and many are left with a significant disability. The health services are under pressure and you may find that you don't get the frequency and intensity of support that you need to make a difference. All of us have to learn to take some responsibility for our own health.
- Consists of 20+ computerized therapy modules to improve cognitive functions
- Used by 95% of German Rehabilitation clinics
- Evidence-based, clinically tested.
- Developed and refined over 25 years of research and clinical practice
- Fulfils treatment needs of Stroke, MS, TBI and other cognitive functional disorders
- Therapy can be performed in 20+ languages
The cost of 5 months training works out at just £1.37 per hour
Newest Clients in the UK and Ireland?
- University of London
- University of Limerick
- Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust
- Pars Medical Ltd
- Norwich Community Hospital
- Colman Centre, Norwich
- Neurocog, Newcastle
- University of Bath
Plus private users
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UK PHONE: 0141 628 6798
IRELAND PHONE: +353 1 254 4367
Note: Cognitive rehabilitation should not be confused with cognitive behaviour therapy. Cognitive behaviour therapy (also known as cognitive therapy) is a form of psychotherapy that emphasizes the role of thought patterns in moods and behaviours.