Screening Modules - A must have accessory for professional users
Targeted cognitive therapy is an important instrument in the rehabilitation process of brain injured clients based on the cognitive deficits identified during an assessment.
The RehaCom Screening Modules were designed in cooperation with Dr. Laco Gaál – member of the German Association for Neuropsychologists. It consists of 5 modules for screening the cognitive status of clients with neurological and/or psychiatric diseases.
Evaluate the screening results of your clients and get recommendation for how the client should start the RehaCom training. After some 15 to 20 sessions the screening procedures can be re-run to gauge training progress.
Custom Panel - Modified "Keyboard"
Recommended for use in acute units where some of the clients are like to have motor impairment. This item greatly simplifies interaction with the computer.
Chin and Head Rest
Intended for visual field related training. This product allows the client to stay in a comfortable and reproducible position in front of the monitor, therefore maintaining the same viewpoint throughout the training session.
The chin rest is a compact tool that fixes to the edge of any table with a screw clamp. The total height and the forehead support can be modified in seconds to suit the user. There is a comfortable notched support for the chin.
Light weight, small, and easily transported the chin rest is suitable to be used in the community at client's homes, in therapy rooms or offices. Many of our chin rests are also used in medical trials and studies that require the support of the head.
It is made of a light and stable aluminium/varnished wood construction and can be fixed to a table with a screw clamp. The aluminium/varnished wood design makes it very easy to clean.
Recommended for training Visual Field issues especially hemianopia and many other applications which require the head to be stable. Click the images adjacent to see a clearer picture.
License storage device for "offline" use. By plugging the device into a spare USB port on the PC running RehaCom, license codes can be stored to release the full functionality of the software.