Geriatric therapy

Cognitive rehabilitation is vital for elderly patients for multiple reasons. The ageing process frequently affects brain activity, which may lead to deterioration in cognitive functions such as memory, focus, abstract thinking, spatial perception, planning and problem-solving. This, in turn, may affect the quality of life and independence of elderly individuals.

Cognitive rehabilitation may aid in improving these functions, which may lead to improved ability to live independently and have a positive impact on the quality of life and self-esteem. Our brain loses the ability to reorganise and adapt to changes as we age, but cognitive training may help stimulate the brain and improve its flexibility.

Cognitive therapy

Cognitive therapy with BLINK.PRO™ MED devices may also help prevent or delay progress of neurological disorders, such as dementia, Alzheimer's disease or Parkinson's disease, and treat cardiovascular diseases and other conditions which affect brain function.

Cognitive rehabilitation

Cognitive rehabilitation with BLINK.PRO™ MED devices lets us maintain our mental and social activity, possibly preventing loneliness and isolation, which are problems that elderly individuals have to deal with on a regular basis. By taking part in BLINK.PRO™ MED cognitive rehabilitation programmes, elderly individuals have an opportunity to make contact with others by simple exercises in pairs, which increases patients' engagement and speeds up progress.