BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Constant Therapy, a developer of cloud-based mobile solutions enabling people with speech, language, cognition, memory and learning disorders to access science-based brain therapies anywhere and anytime, today announced it has won the AARP Health Innovation Consumer Choice Award at the AARP Life@50+ National Event & Expo in Miami.
According to Co-founder Veera Anantha, “We are very excited to be selected by AARP as a Consumer Choice winner. Today, Constant Therapy is used by thousands of clinicians and their clients for cognitive, speech and language therapy at home and in the clinic. A recent study published in Frontiers in Human Neuroscience shows that stroke and brain injury survivors using Constant Therapy at home improved significantly compared to patients who only received therapy in the clinic. More research studies are planned for conditions such as dementia to optimize the approach, as we receive frequent feedback from people with these conditions enjoying and improving with Constant Therapy.”
Constant Therapy integrates groundbreaking research on brain plasticity and rehabilitation from Boston University and other leading institutions that show that brain injury and stroke survivors can continue to improve if they have access to effective science-based therapies. The solution’s NeuroPerformance EngineTM creates a highly customized and detailed map of each user’s strengths and deficits across different categories. It then delivers the optimum combination of exercises that are uniquely tailored to each user’s deficit profile.
Thousands of patients and clinicians at prominent, nationally recognized healthcare institutions, including Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital and Moss Rehabilitation Aphasia Center use Constant Therapy. See clinician and patient experiences here.
About Constant Therapy (http://constanttherapy.com)
Boston-based Constant Therapy provides mobile solutions for continuous and personalized therapy tools to people with speech, language, cognition, memory and learning disorders. Born out of groundbreaking research at Boston University and in use at prominent and nationally recognized rehabilitation institutions, Constant Therapy provides the most comprehensive set of tools for traumatic brain injury (TBI), and stroke survivors and for people with dementia, or children who need special education and care due to learning disabilities or other disorders. Therapy tasks are based on the latest research and are easy to use. With 63 task categories and a growing library of over 15,000 exercises, patients can continue to make progress at home or even after traditional care ends in the clinic.