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Stroke rehabilitation. Digital exercises to help treat the cognitive sequelae of stroke.

Trains and strengthens essential cognitive abilities in an optimal and professional way. Comprehensive report of results, progress, and evolution.

Who is it for?

Stroke rehabilitation. Digital exercises to help treat the cognitive sequelae of stroke.

Users under 13 years-old must use a family account

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Leaders in cognitive stimulation and neuropsychological rehabilitation of stroke.

Leaders in cognitive stimulation and neuropsychological rehabilitation of stroke.

  • Access a digital personalized rehabilitation program of activities and exercises
  • Helps to restore or compensate for the cognitive sequelae derived from stroke and to promote recovery.
  • Discover a comprehensive results report on the progress, and evolution

The digital exercises and tasks offered by CogniFit to aid cognitive recovery after a stroke enable stimulation and rehabilitation of some of the major sequelae of stroke , such as hand-eye coordination, naming, perception (vision and hearing), memory, attention span and planning skills.

Patients who receive early cognitive rehabilitation treatment after stroke show increased sensitivity to the benefits of the treatment and may be able to reduce, compensate for, and even recover brain damage .

CogniFit rehabilitation exercises have been designed by professionals, and are aimed at enhancing brain plasticity and helping to compensate for or recover some of the major cognitive sequelae. Practicing these exercises can help promote recovery, improve autonomy and quality of life for patients who have had a stroke and show mild-moderate sequelae.

CogniFit different neurorehabilitation tasks and exercises are grouped into a fully automated, customized, and accessible therapeutic protocol. This program can be managed by the patient who has suffered a stroke, by their caregivers or family members, and/or by health care professionals . To start using this rehabilitation program, register, create your account and follow the steps. No computer skills are required, and you can contact professionals who will help you solve all your questions.

For best results, it is recommended to practice this therapeutic tasks 3 times a week for at least 6 months. The duration of each cognitive rehabilitation session is approximately 20 minutes. During this time, CogniFit will automatically present a battery of specific and personalized exercises, adapted to the specific injury or sequelae of each patient. The difficulty of neurorehabilitation exercises adapts as the person trains.

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Who is it for?

Who is it for?

Cognitive recovery training after stroke has been designed to be easy to use and accessible even for people who are not familiar with cognitive intervention programs.

People who have suffered a stroke

Exercise and recover their cognitive state after a stroke

CogniFit is suitable for anyone who has suffered a stroke and has mild or moderate sequelae. CogniFit rehabilitation exercises for cognitive recovery after stroke are designed to stimulate the patient's brain plasticity and reinforce their core cognitive skills. Enhancing these functions can help improve a person's autonomy and quality of life.
CogniFit brain training exercises offer to help treat the consequences of a stroke. They are automatically adapted to the user's level and specific cognitive sequelae, targeting the most affected cognitive abilities. In each training session, the program processes the cognitive results obtained and automatically generates a cognitive rehabilitation exercise plan designed exclusively for the user and his/her specific problems. As we progress, the training activities increase in cognitive demands, always according to the user's state.
CogniFit stroke rehabilitation activities represent a leading technology in the stimulation of impaired cognitive abilities and are an excellent addition to cognitive neurorehabilitation.
Family members or caregivers

Helping my family member with brain damage to recover or improve their cognitive health

It is common for the person who has had a stroke to be unable to fend for themselves, at least in the early stages of recovery, so family and caregivers play a crucial role in providing support. This is why the family member may prefer to manage cognitive recovery training after a stroke. The family platform at CogniFit is very easy to use and allows anyone to manage and implement appropriate cognitive training, even if you don't have specific knowledge.
With this program, we can regulate and manage from our computer the brain training regime that our family member can do at home or in the rehabilitation center.
Healthcare professionals

Applying cognitive stimulation and rehabilitation to patients who have suffered a stroke

Doctors, psychologists, and other health professionals can use this rehabilitation and cognitive stimulation instrument to work on the cognitive alterations of stroke patients, either from their own practice or from a remote location.
CogniFit gives you the ability to compare standardized patient data with your reference population, making it easier to understand the specific user issues that have arisen as a result of a stroke. Knowing the pattern of strengths and weaknesses can help you plan your treatment and monitor your progress.
CogniFit brain training can be applied both in the professional's office and/or remotely at home. The professional can schedule the interval between sessions and will always have access to a complete report of results, effort, progress and cognitive evolution of the patient.

Researchers and Scientists

Investigate brain functions by studying the different cognitive alterations after a stroke

Cognitive training after a stroke has been designed to help scientists and researchers conduct scientific research on brain damage, stroke rehabilitation and brain plasticity of stroke patients.
CogniFit platform for researchers is focused on optimizing the process of collecting, managing and analyzing the data collected during training, saving time for both patients and the research team.

Trained cognitive skills

Trained cognitive skills

Strokes have different patterns of cognitive alterations and can be unique in each case. For this reason, CogniFit stroke recovery training has chosen the most common cognitive alterations in this type of brain injury:

Cognitive Domains Trained
Cognitive Skills

Memory

The ability to retain or use new information and recover memories of the past. Memory allows us to store internal representations of knowledge in our brain and retain events from the past to use them in the future. Learning is a key process in memory because it makes it possible to incorporate new information or modify existing information in the previous mental schemas. After this coding and storage, the information, the memory, or the learning should be prepared to be recovered in the future. The hippocampus is a key brain structure in the mnesic process, and works actively during sleep to consolidate the information acquired during the day.

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Naming

Naming

Ability to refer to an object, person, place, concept or entity by name. To name an object we need to "go" to the lexical storehouse of our brain, find the specific word we are looking for and produce it. In addition to amnesia, people who have had a stroke may have difficulty finding the names of objects or even people they know and care about (anomia or anomic aphasia).

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Perception

Ability to interpret the stimuli of the environment. Perception is responsible for identifying and making sense of the information received from our sensory organs based on our prior knowledge of the world. Perception is a process that can be given by different senses (like sight, hearing, touch, etc.), and that our brain is responsible for integrating, giving it a sense of whole. The brain areas associated to perception are responsible for uniting the information perceived by the different sensory organs so that we can interact effectively with external stimuli, regardless of the stimulated sensory organ. In order for the perceptual process to be carried out properly, a process of assimilation and understanding of the information received will be necessary.

Very good6.1%

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Spatial Perception

Spatial Perception

Ability to be aware of their relationship with the environment in the space around us and with ourselves. This ability can be altered after a stroke, causing agnosia or problems when interacting with the environment.

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Reasoning

Ability to efficiently use (order, relate, etc.) the information acquired through the different senses. Through executive functions, we can access and use the information acquired in order to achieve complex goals. This set of superior processes makes it possible for us to relate, classify, order and plan our ideas or actions according to the needs that are imposed in the present or future. They allow us to be flexible and adapt to the environment. The executive functions make it possible to be effective in our day to day lives, solve problems and achieve our objectives even if there are modifications in the original plan.

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Processing Speed

Processing Speed

It refers to the time it takes a person to do a mental task. This ability is very sensitive to brain damage, as even a moderate alteration of the brain's white matter can affect our processing speed. It is quite common for a person after a stroke to require more time than usual to do the same task.

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Inhibition

Inhibition

Ability to inhibit or control impulsive (or automatic) responses, and generate responses mediated by attention and reasoning. It is possible that, after a stroke, people may experience cognitive, social or behavioral disinhibition.

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Attention

Ability to filter distractions and focus on relevant information. Attention accompanies every cognitive process and is in charge of assigning cognitive resources depending on the relevance of both internal and external stimuli. Good attention skills are necessary for other high-level processes, like memory or planning. Attention is an essential process that requires the use of different parts of the brain, from the brainstem or the parietal cortex, to the prefrontal cortex. However, it seems that the right hemisphere has a predominant role in controlling attention. This cognitive area makes it possible to stay alert and pay attention to the stimuli when other irrelevant distractors are present, concentration for long periods of time, alternating attention between different activities, or dividing attention when two events are happening at the same time.

Excellent7.1%

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Focused Attention

Focused Attention

The brain's ability to concentrate its attention on a target stimulus for any period of time. Brain damage to the parietal cortex can cause inability to detect stimuli and attend to them as soon as they occur on the contralateral side of the injury, known as hemispatial neglect.

524Your Score

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What will CogniFit cognitive stroke recovery training achieve?

What will CogniFit cognitive stroke recovery training achieve?

CogniFit cognitive stimulation allows people who have had a stroke to work on their impaired cognitive abilities. With the right stimulation, it is possible to recover cognitive abilities or increase patient autonomy.

  • A correct brain training can help improve your cognitive state through specific tasks oriented to improve, restructure or restore the skills altered by the stroke.
  • The brain has the ability to modify and reorganize both its functioning and structure to optimize the performance of different cognitive abilities after brain damage through constant and personalized training.
  • Cognitive rehabilitation exercises are effective in retraining the affected skills resulting from the stroke. Cognitive training can be beneficial for both for the impaired cognitive functions and those that have been less affected.
  • This cognitive training seeks to reduce the long-term impact of the stroke on the life of the person and their loved ones. CogniFit neurorehabilitation and training can help maximize the autonomy of the affected person and thus improve their quality of life.
  • Cognitive rehabilitation does not have the ability to activate the functioning of damaged brain tissue. However, thanks to cortical reorganization, it can stimulate adjacent, healthy or less affected areas of the brain to recover some of the lost functions, activate and establish new neuronal connections.

How does it strengthen cognitive function?

How does it strengthen cognitive function?

Brain plasticity is the neural mechanism that allows us to stimulate, through CogniFit activities, the different cognitive abilities affected in a stroke.

Neural networks that have been affected by brain damage stop working, or reduce their efficiency. However, if adequate stimulation is applied, brain plasticity can help nearby or similar areas adopt the altered functions. CogniFit training for stroke cognitive recovery allows us to address this phenomenon in a way that stimulates the cognitive abilities that most interests us. By repeating these patterns of neural activation through training, it is possible to help strengthen the synapses and neural circuits involved.

CogniFit personalized cognitive stimulation program is designed to stimulate the adaptive potential of the nervous system and help the brain recover from structural alterations, disorders or injuries where cognitive abilities are affected. Specific training for stroke patients is available, as long as they have access to a computer.

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Graphic projection of neural networks after 3 weeks.

Advantages

Advantages

Using a scientifically based tool for cognitive stimulation post-stroke offers many advantages:

Easy to use

Using electronic devices can be complicated for a person who has had a stroke. That's why CogniFit has designed its platform in an easy and simple way to make it intuitive and easy to remember.

Highly attractive

Lack of motivation is one of the most relevant factors in stroke rehabilitation that can make treatment more difficult. Unfortunately, it is not uncommon for motivation to be affected as a direct or indirect consequence of stroke. This is why the activities for training are presented in an attractive way, in order to minimize the negative consequences of lack of motivation.

Interactive and visual format

The reading comprehension of the person who has had a stroke may also be impaired. To avoid this, the instructions are presented in a simple, interactive format that is easy to understand.

Complete results report

After each training session, CogniFit provides access to updated data so that we can get quick and accurate feedback, seeing our strongest and weakest cognitive abilities.

Progress and evolution

Seeing progress in treatment is something that promotes motivation during stroke rehabilitation. The results of each session are stored in the user profile and can be viewed at any time. You can check whether there have been changes from one session to another, whether the scores are improving and whether the patient's cognitive status is progressing positively.

Adapted to each user

All of the clinical tasks are presented automatically. The games and activities are interactive and fun, making it easy to understand.

Tele-stimulation

CogniFit post-stroke training can be used at home (cognitive remote-stimulation). In this way, a health professional or a family member can manage the treatment from a private computer. This makes it possible to bring cognitive therapy for patients who have had a stroke without having to be physically present, reducing costs.

What happens if you don't train your cognitive skills?

What happens if you don't train your cognitive skills?

Stroke, and brain damage in general causes the death of several neurons and the alteration or degeneration of certain neuronal networks , depending on different factors. This can end up causing different neuropsychological symptoms, affecting various cognitive abilities and, therefore, seriously impairing a person's day-to-day performance.

To stimulate these altered mental processes, they must be activated systematically. One of the most effective tools for activating and strengthening the major cognitive functions altered by stroke is CogniFit training post-stroke. This leading program in cognitive stimulation offers a multi-dimensional and systematic training of each cognitive skill, which helps activate fundamental neural patterns.

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How much time should I spend with CogniFit?

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How much time should I spend with CogniFit?

A complete cognitive training session usually lasts 15-20 minutes and can be done anywhere and anytime. CogniFit recommends 3 sessions per week on different days. If desired, CogniFit can send session reminders.

In each brain training session, there are two brain games to stimulate cognitive symptoms derived from the stroke and a cognitive assessment task that will allow us to measure the evolution and improvement of cognitive skills. CogniFit personalized brain training for stroke patients is designed to automatically assign each user to specific games and difficulty levels that best suit the user's cognitive needs.

CogniFit is unique

CogniFit is unique

Multidisciplinary Exercises

Complete results report

Automatic task selection

Leading Instrument

Dynamic Difficulty Adjustment

Customized for each user

Scientifically validated

CogniFit is a leader in cognitive stimulation. It includes a series of multi-dimensional, standardized and clinically validated exercises. These activities combine different therapeutic activities designed by professionals to retrain the cognitive skills that each person may need, this way, its effectiveness can be optimized.

The difficulty of each of the exercises adapts as the stroke patient trains. This patented technology has been designed by an international team of scientists, neurologists, and psychologists, who research the latest discoveries and advances in the brain.

CogniFit's post-stroke training is unique in that it continuously measures patient performance and automatically selects the type and complexity of tasks that best fit the individual's cognitive outcomes. This keeps each users' cognitive skills continuously challenged.

CogniFit's post-stroke training collects cognitive data and provides an interesting and comprehensive report on user performance at each level. With this, you can review the cognitive level at which you started, the rate of improvement, effort, etc.

Also, not all brain training games are the same. While some classic games, such as Sudoku, are ideal for entertainment, a scientifical brain training program is needed to ensure that the brain is receiving the training and cognitive stimuli it requires to perform proper cognitive rehabilitation after a stroke. If you are looking to train your brain in a multidisciplinary, rigorous and systematic way, CogniFit clinical tools are the best choice.

Customer Service

Customer Service

If you have any questions about the functioning, management or interpretation of CogniFit Cognitive Recovery Training data after a stroke, you can contact us immediately. Our team of brain damage experts will answer your questions and help you with everything you need.

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References

References

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John Davis

10/21/17

Great service and tool.

Mary Miller

06/10/17

I had doubts whether the assessment was accurate but the report seemed ok.

Katie Schwartz

03/04/17

The best quality-price for their assessments and training.

Mark

07/10/17

I am currently using CogniFit for my assessment and testing of cognitive ability course, I don't have the results yet but customer service has been very helpful.

Cynthia Williams

07/04/17

I use this tool in my clinical practice. My patients find it easy to use.

Elizabeth Brown

06/09/17

I had trouble registering, however, customer service helped me through the process.

Thomas

05/02/17

The games are fun.

Ann

09/03/17

My daughter's teacher recommended CogniFit to train her attention and memory. She practices constantly.

George

03/10/17

I started having memory problems last year. I found this site and decided to try it.

Henry

03/04/17

I didn't like a couple of games. The rest seemed fun.

Martha

04/07/17

I didn't understand the results, but all my questions were answered by customer service.

Lindsay Richardson

08/07/17

I keep improving

Jason Parker

02/09/17

I had trouble concentrating, so I started using this tool.

Jose

04/09/17

Love that it was also available in Spanish, not only did I get to train my memory but also practice my Spanish vocabulary by reading the instructions.

Christina

10/09/17

My neurologist insisted I try it. It seemed silly playing games but I am slowly seeing the difference.

Patrick M.

01/08/17

It says to practice 3 times a week but I don't have time for that.

Samuel

05/07/17

Perfect!

Susan

07/08/17

Like it.

Alex Lawson

10/04/17

It compared me to other people my own age.

Chris Aaron

07/06/17

Useful and easy to use.

Ed

08/02/17

Requires way too much training time.

Clark

05/02/17

Had trouble with a game but they immediately helped me.

Neuropsych

04/03/17

CogniFit services have been excellent.

Sarah

05/06/17

Easy to use and fun games.

Mario

02/07/17

Full report only took 20 minutes, had trouble downloading it.

Jessica

10/06/17

Thank you for your help!

Katherine

04/07/17

Started my thesis project using this tool. They have been very helpful.

Harrison

05/07/17

The report is very thorough and easy to read.

Michael Rodriguez

10/08/17

Tried other brain trainings and found this one adapted to my needs

Robert Babcock

07/10/17

Assessment seemed a bit long but the report seemed thorough enough.

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