CogniFit Medical Platform. Get access to multiple cognitive measurement, analysis, stimulation and/or rehabilitation instruments. This neuroscientific platform was designed specifically to help healthcare professionals (doctors, psychologists, etc.) with the detection, diagnosis, and intervention of cognitive disorders.
Medical Platform for healthcare professionals
Neuropsychological exploration, stimulation, and cognitive rehabilitation tools
Medical platform for healthcare professionals
Tools and tests for the neuropsychological assessment of your patients
Computerized batteries of brain stimulation and/or cognitive rehabilitation
This innovative online medical platform is a professional tool that allows healthcare professionals to:
- Perform a complete screening of the patient's cognitive functions.
- Detect possible cognitive deficits to recognize and understand determined pathologies and effectively identify a diagnosis.
- Monitor the patient's progress and rehabilitation.
- Design computerized brain stimulation and/or cognitive rehabilitation tools for your patients by using different clinical exercise batteries.
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Last activity: 02/01/2016 | 4:09 min
Registration date: 01/01/2013
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Auditory Short-term Memory
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Visual Short Term Memory
Neuropsychological assessment of your patients
Neuropsychological Assessment Battery for healthcare professionals:
Stimulation and Cognitive Rehabilitation.
Stimulation and/or cognitive rehabilitation for your patients:
CogniFit's medical platform is recognized and used throughout scientific and medical communities internationally. It is simple to use and is accessible to professionals without special training in cognitive assessment batteries. The computerized tests and cognitive stimulation programs are also easy to use and user friendly.
All of the tests have been clinically validated and tests and were carefully chosen from a wide range of literature and previously existing scientific tools.
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