rehabilitation
Rehabilitation

With REHABILITY, patients can carry out their rehabilitation exercises, from either the centre in which they are hospitalized or remotely, autonomously but with constant medical supervision. This version is based on many years scientific research with specific studies in stroke, MS and Parkinson’s disease.

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kids

REHABILITY kids is the rehabilitation version specifically designed for use in pediatrics.

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Active Ageing

REHABILITY lite is the version specifically dedicated to elderly people to help them realize their potential and promote active ageing, combining physical and mental well-being, social participation and independence in a non-clinical context.

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Home Monitoring

REHABILITY is integrated with the home monitoring app Santigo by HIS: it allows the adding of REHABILITY’s cognitive ability monitoring to the available control functionalities of the environmental, home automation and clinician components.

REHABILITY’s games can be played on the same tablet used for monitoring and they represent an additional tool which makes Santigo a unique solution in terms of completeness and modularity.

This system is distributed in the following countries:

  • ITALY by Finmatica Group with the commercial name Smart*HOC
  • OTHER EUROPE COUNTRIES by HIS
  • AUSTRALIA by Tecuris Pty Ltd
  • OTHER COUNTRIES IN OCEANIA and SOUTH-EAST ASIA by Tecit Pty Ltd
Our scientific publications

Jonsdottir, J., Bertoni, R., Lawo, M., Montesano, A., Bowman, T. & Gabrielli, S. (2018). Serious games for arm rehabilitation of persons with multiple sclerosis. A randomized controlled pilot study. Multiple Sclerosis and Related Disorders 19, 25–29. Available from: MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS

Ascolese, A., Kiat, J., Pannese, L. & Morganti, L. (2017). Gamifying elderly care: Feasibility of a digital gaming solution for active aging. Digit Med [serial online] 2016 [cited 2017 Mar 8];2:157-62. Available from: DIGITAL MEDICINE.

Scientific Advisory Board
  • Monica Cireddu, Psychologist-Psychotherapist, Associazione Kreo, Cagliari, Italy
  • Johanna Jonsdottir, Senior Researcher, Fondazione Don Gnocchi Onlus IRCCS, Milan, Italy
  • Jin Kiat, Social and Health Care Integrator, O’Joy Care Services, Singapore
  • Francesca Mameli, Neuropsychologist and Psychotherapist, Neuropsychology and Clinical Psychology for Movement Disorder, Fondazione IRCCS OSPEDALE Maggiore Policlinico di Milano, Milan, Italy
  • Ioannis Th. Paraskevopoulos, BSc MSc PGCERT PhD FHEA MIEEE MBCS, Senior Lecturer in Disruptive Technologies, University of Greenwich, London, UK
  • Vesna Šendula-Jengić, MD, PhD, psychiatrist, group psychotherapist, Psychiatric Hospital Rab, and Faculty of Medicine University of Rijeka, Croatia
  • Eleftherios Z. Stefas, MD, MSc, FEBRM, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Consultant, Evexia Rehabilitation Center, Thessaloniki, Greece
What they say about us
REHABILITY - Rehabilitation solution of choice

ITALY

  • A.USL Piacenza
  • As.P.I. (Legnano, MI)
  • Associazione Kreo (Cagliari)
  • Casa di Cura Privata del Policlinico (Milan)
  • Centro Riabilitativo Ctr Primavera (Carbonia)
  • Fondazione Don Gnocchi (Milan)
  • I.S.R.A.A. (Treviso)
  • KinetiKa Sardegna (Cagliari)
  • Paim Cooperativa Sociale Onlus (Pisa)
  • Villa delle Ginestre (Volla, NA)

EUROPE

  • Anagennisi Salonicco (Greece)
  • Evexia (Greece)
  • IKC Ljubljana (Slovenia)
  • Kinderklinik Schömberg (Germany)
  • Praxis Hellmuth & Thiel Postdam (Germany)
  • Psihijatrijska bolnica Rab (Croatia)

ASIA

  • O’Joy Care Services (Singapore)
  • Department of Rehabilitation Medicine - University Malaya Medical Centre (Malaysia)
Awards
Awarded at the Pitch Competition
Best presentation award
1st prize institution & payors category
Distributors
KEEN (Scandinavia)rehabilitation and active ageing purposes
Fundación Lovexairrespiratory diseases and neurology
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