Whether the aim is to improve attention and concentration, working memory or any other aspect of cognition with your brain injured patients, RehaCom is the world's leading application for cognitive training and rehabilitation.  Despite the depth and breadth of RehaCom it is easy to use. These are the typical steps to get started.

Creating Users

With RehaCom you can have an unlimited number of Therapist and Client profiles. Clients can be assigned to multiple therapists as required.

You only need some basic information to create a profile (results are compared to age-matched norms) but there is scope to add much more if required.

Using Screening Modules

There are a number of screening modules available for use, and these are improving and expanding on each release. Each screening module lasts around 15 mins, so you may not want to test all of them in one go. We generally recommend beginning with Alertness screening as it points towards any attention deficits, which are the cornerstone of cognitive function.
The screening module begins with an example and a practice session to make sure the client understands the task. Once this is complete the screening will begin.
After screening the results page will show you where the client’s performance sits against aged matched norms. This gives a helpful indication as to the severity of the deficit and advises on the particular training module to be used. You can link directly to the training module from the results screen.

You can read more about the screening modules on this page www.rehacom.co.uk/screening

Using Training Modules

There are 29 training modules available in English, and this number is steadily growing. Once the therapist knows which module to select they can double click on the icon and select a number of variables from the Parameters screen.

There are additional module specific variables available including:

  • time limit to solving tasks

  • audio feedback

  • stimuli choices and more

The basic module parameters include:

  • Duration of session

  • Starting Level of the session

  • How sensitive the adaptivity should be

Once the therapist is happy the client can begin training (with or without setup instructions from the RehaCom system). As the training goes on, the task will become easier or harder depending on the client’s performance. This means that it can remain challenging without becoming frustrating. Training can always be paused or instructions repeated if necessary.

Here are two quick overview videos of the Working Memory and Divided Attention 2 Modules.
Take a look at our Video section for more helpful videos and guides.

Results reporting in RehaCom


Once the training is complete the therapist can review the session from the Results screen. There is a wealth of data included that becomes more rich as the software is used more frequently. The data can be presented in a variety of ways including charts, graphs and comparisons.

The most commonly read results are:

  • Level progression

  • No of mistakes made

  • Time taken for each task

By analysing the data thoroughly the therapist is able to identify particular weaknesses e.g. noticing auditory stimuli, and address this further in the training.