Dr Julian (@drj_hoopstherapy) of Hoops Therapy teaches Dr Sha of Movement Therapy Solutions some dual task drills using SMARTfit.
Exciting Visual-Cognitive-Motor Training Solutions for Occupational Therapy
Visual-Cognitive-Motor Training Programs for Occupational Therapy
SMARTfit provides some powerful cognitive-motor training solutions to engage patients in multisensory activities that facilitate crutial cognitive processes.
Engaging Learning Activities
in Occupational Therapy Settings
“Using the various activities, our kids are able to work on a variety of skills. Their reaction times and accuracy to hit the targets greatly improve over consecutive trials, demonstrating motor learning and quickened motor responses. We are able to work on static and dynamic postural responses, balance, and proximal stability crucial for participation in playground games and Physical Education classes. Furthermore, the numbers and letters games allow our therapists to address sequencing, letter and number identification, visual discrimination, and visual tracking/scanning abilities, essential for school readiness.” Kimberly Koretoff, OT.
In general, the SMARTfit is one of the best comprehensive activities to address all aspects of sensory integration treatment and our clients have seen wonderful results that translate to their academic, personal, and social lives.” Kimberly Koretoff, OT.
How SMARTfit Works
in Occupational Therapy Environments
SMARTfit allows occupational therapist to design individualized programs for visual, auditory, and proprioceptive training, and then track and validate results using the real-time data collection feature in the iOS/Android App. Results can easily be exported to integrate with other reporting standards.
Meet our scientific advisors:
Beth Fisher, PhD, PT, FAPTA Professor of Clinical Physical Therapy Director, Neuroplasticity and Imaging Laboratory Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy, University of Southern California
Everything in Parkinson’s research points to the need for combining cognitive challenges with physical activities - I cannot think of a better way to do that than with SMARTfit.
Christopher Powers, PhD, PT, FACSM, FAPTA USC professor, Director, Biokinesiology Program, Co-Director, Biomechanics Research Lab
SMARTfit takes the focus of the player off the mechanics and moves it to the external, forcing the brain to solve two problems at the same time.
Charles Flowers, MD, FACS Clinical Associate Professor of Opthamology at USC Roski Eye Institute at Keck School of Medicine, Director of Sports Vision Training and Visual Rehab Center at USC Roski Eye Institute
I have been using SMARTfit on patients who have post-concussion syndrome and seeing most of their symptoms completely resolved within 2-3 weeks. I look forward to conducting a formal study to validate my findings.
How SMARTfit Works in Occupational Therapy Environments
SMARTfit's predesigned programming provides activities that can be used for: Visual-motor and visual-perceptual training; Enhance visual reaction time; Improve balance, and activity tolerance; Increase upper extremity strength, range of motion, and endurance; Refine motor skills and coordination; Improve problem solving skills; Improve bilateral coordination and eye-hand coordination.
SMARTfit is an iOS/Android driven workout console which allows users to configure a comprehensive collection of gamefied activities, and turnkey programs, to fit a variety of therapeutic scenarios. Custom programs can allows quick access for clinicians to get started while also enabling them to create their own tailored programs to meet the specific needs of their patients.
SMARTfit provides the OT's with an with an exciting cognitive motor training solution to engage kids in multisensory activity that helps them to learn and concentrate while they are at play. Learning happens quickly and kids have fun while they develop skills and exert themselves physically.
I'm very happy to have included SMARTfit systems in both of my locations. We use SMARTfit for our HDVR & trade; Plasticity Neuro...
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