Our award-winning apps are a great way to ensure kids are ready for school and life success. From fine motor skills to math concepts to correct letter formation to spatial reasoning, our apps are instructionally sound, easy to use, and fun to play.
Dexteria- Fine Motor Skill Development for Grades K – Adult (EN)
The Dexteria app is a set of therapeutic hand exercises that improve fine motor skills and handwriting readiness in children and adults. The exercises take advantage of the multi-touch interface to help build strength, control, and dexterity.
Dexteria Jr. - Fine Motor Skill Development for Toddlers & Preschoolers (EN)
Dexteria Jr. is an app with a set of hand and finger exercises that help develop fine motor skills and handwriting readiness. The activities are specially designed for kids aged 2-6.
Early clinical management of severe burn patients using telemedicine: a pilot study protocol (EN)
by Maxim Moreau & Guy Paré
July 04, 2020
The present pilot study aims to investigate the feasibility, acceptability, and potential value of a large telemedicine initiative at the University of Montreal Health Center’s burn center and its network of referring hospitals.
iMHere 2.0 System (EN)
The iMHere 2.0 system consists of cross-platform client and caregiver apps, a Web-based clinician portal, and a secure 2-way communication protocol for providing interactions among these 3 front-end components, all supported by a back-end server. The client and caregiver apps have 12 adaptive app modules to support various types of self-management tasks. The adaptive architecture makes it possible for PwCCDs to receive personalized app modules relevant to their conditions with or without support from various types of caregivers. The personalization and persuasive technologies in the architecture can be used to engage PwCCDs for long-term usage of the iMHere 2.0 system.
Implementation and Evaluation of a Wraparound Virtual Care Program for Children with Medical Complexity (EN)
by Curfman, A.L., Haycraft, M., McSwain, S.D., Dooley, M., & Simpson, K.N.
June 01, 2023
Children with medical complexity were identified and enrolled in a virtual complex care program with a dedicated multidisciplinary team, which provided care coordination, education, parental support, acute care triage, and virtual visits. A retrospective pre- and postanalysis of data obtained from the Hospital Industry Data Institute (HIDI) database measured inpatient, outpatient, and emergency department (ED) utilization and charges before implementation and during the 2-year program.
Conclusions: We implemented a virtual care model to provide in-home support and care coordination for medically complex children and adolescents and used an economic framework to assess changes in utilization and cost. The program had high engagement rates and parent satisfaction, and a pre/postanalysis demonstrated statistically significant reduction in hospitalizations and ED visits for this high-cost population.
An app for improving handwriting and fine-motor skills in children.
MIRA is a software platform that turns physical and cognitive exercises into clinical exergames, making therapy more convenient and easier to follow. It is designed as a tool for therapists, using motion tracking sensors to engage patients in their therapy, while assessing and reporting patient compliance.
MOVE Online Programme (EN)
TYPE OF TOOL: Online Program. TARGET POPULATION: 13–30-year-olds living with and beyond cancer. BASIC DESCRIPTION: A free 8-week online program for youth living with and beyond cancer with aims including to improve fitness, function and overall quality of life, muscle strength and conditioning. Participants can self-refer online.
Hand, wrist and fingers rehabilitation via Tablet. ReHand is not just an app, it is a method to prescribe, treat and monitor your patients.
The patient can perform the prescribed exercises from their mobile, tablet or computer and thanks to our computer vision technology they will receive real-time visual and auditory feedback for a correct execution of the exercise.
An expert team composed of occupational therapists, graphic designers, and information technology experts has developed a new app called “Shoupa” focused on balance ability. This app-based Tai Chi training improves balance ability, thereby improving daily living and the quality of life of patients with Parkinson’s Disease.
Smart Bandages: The Future of Wound Care (EN)
by Hossein Derakhshandeh, et al.
September 06, 2018
This article discusses technologies that have been developed to actively monitor the wound environment. Smart platforms can integrate different types of (bio)sensors for real-time monitoring and active treatment of the wound.
Téléassistance en Réadaptation Post-Réimplantation de la Main (FR)
This page is intended for rehabilitation professionals at partner facilities in the VARMU (Victim of Traumatic Amputation Requiring Emergency Reimplantation or Microsurgical Revascularization) continuum.
A novel smartphone application for burn wound care, called the Telemedicine Optimized Burn Intervention (TOBI), was recently developed to enable burn experts to direct burn wound care while the patient and caregiver are home through text messaging and video-conferencing.
The Computer Assisted Rehabilitation Environment (CAREN) (EN)
The Computer Assisted Rehabilitation Environment (CAREN) targets all aspects of balance and locomotion for clinical assessment and treatment.
As well as benefiting from objective, standardised clinical gait, and balance assessments, the CAREN creates everyday functional environments for therapy in challenging yet safe conditions. Tailoring patient treatment with motivating and challenging exercise-games for gait and balance, patients are trained in a safe, yet challenging environment.
The CAREN is medically certified. It enables you to effectively treat balance or gait disabilities caused by conditions of neurological, orthopedic, or other origin. Such conditions include Stroke, Cerebral palsy, Lower limb amputation, Parkinson’s disease, Traumatic Brain injury, Spinal Cord injury.
Timocco is an online, therapeutic gaming environment specifically designed for children with special needs. Using motion-based technology, our games respond to the child’s movements. Timocco’s broad range of games have been especially designed by Occupational Therapists to provide interactive and motivating opportunities for developing motor, cognitive and communication abilities.
An app that offers best practice and evidence-based recovery interventions for upper extremity stroke rehabilitation – at your fingertips.