Brain rehabilitation is crucial for restoring and compensating for patients’ cognitive decline following neurological complications or suffer from psychiatric disorders associated with cognitive deficits.
HeadApp is a comprehensive and sophisticated system. This practical tool assists the therapist in the rehabilitation of cognitive disorders that affect specific aspects of attention, concentration, impulse control, working memory, memory, perception, language, activities of daily living and much more. By solving tasks, brain processes will be activated and important brain functions will be improved or restored. Successful training means that the user will be better able to cope with the challenges of everyday life.
A good working Attention level is the foundation for all continuing cognitive therapy. A patient may not be able to stay focused on a single task, avoiding distractions, can´t move from one task to another very easily, can´t do more than one thing at once, and can´t process things very quickly.
Working Memory refers to a brain system that provides temporary storage and manipulation of the information. The functionality of the working memory, provides the basis for many higher cognitive functions such as problem solving, speech comprehension, arithmetic, and decision making.
Deficits in Memory functioning are very common in individuals following acquired neurocognitive impairment, neurodegenerative disease or associated with psychiatric trauma. Memory exercises with HeadApp reinforce internal learning strategies and help to establish compensation techniques.
Executive Functions include all the things that allow us to organize, make decisions and solve problems. It also involves the way we monitor what’s going on around us and adjust what we think and do in response to it.
Aphasia is an inability to comprehend or formulate language because of damage to specific brain regions. The major causes are stroke or head trauma. The trainings support Speech Language Pathologists.
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