There are 3 apps in Brain injury


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Brain S3D HD

Brain S3D HD
developed by Centro de Imagen y Tecnologia del Conocimiento Biomedico, s.l. (CITEC-B), Spain


Information

English / Spanish

Cost: £3.22 [approximately €4.55, $4.99]

Tool for viewing the brain in 3D.

Recommended on Twitter by a number of individuals (including Antonio Sanchez) Antonio Sanchez, physiotherapist and father | Source no longer available


Tags: Health, Wellness & Care in the Community (HWCC)

eTangram

eTangram
developed by Bilbomática


Support to deal with symptoms/disabilities

Basque / English / Spanish

Cost: Free

Utilises Tangram, a Chinese game in which several shapes can be assembled to make larger shapes, to teach a user how to make more complex shapes (such as a rabbit) in several levels of difficulty.

"The latest application has more to do with aging than with children. Tangram can significantly help to keep the mind active, so more and more initiatives practising this game in stimulation programs are being designed to tackle diseases like Alzheimer's." Serdonmas, not-for-profit community home help, Spain | http://bit.ly/16ZG6Hs


Tags: Health, Wellness & Care in the Community (HWCC)

Qcard

Qcard
developed by iDeaWORKS, Mohawk College, Canada


Improving communicationSupport to deal with symptoms/disabilitiesInformation

English

Cost: Free 30 day trial, thereafter £1.92 per month [approximately €2.75, $2.99]

Tool that helps people remember, and manage and organise their lives.

“We highlighted the story of the person who developed the ‘Qcard’ app in the 2012 issue of ‘OBIA Review’ [http://bit.ly/OSX2Gf], which is our quarterly magazine. Designed by a survivor of acquired brain injury (ABI) for ABI survivors, ‘Qcard’ assists people who aren’t organised to become organised, and helps those who forget to remember. This life-management app is the ultimate in memory and organisation. Please note that the app does take some cognitive skills to use. It has just been released.” Ontario Brain Injury Association (OBIA), Canada | PatientView survey, July-August 2012


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