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Peili Vision’s ready-made and easy-to-use exercise packages help rehabilitation professionals and rehabilitees.

Exercise packages

The innovative service includes ready-made and user-friendly exercise packages to help rehabilitation professionals and rehabilitees, both remotely and during rehabilitation appointments.

At the moment, there are exercises in the exercise packages for the following neurological diagnoses: aphasia, delayed language development, DLD, i.e. developmental language disorder, (mixed) specific developmental disorders, speech sound disorder, phonological awareness and neglect.

Are you interested? Take a closer look at the contents of the exercise packages and the areas of application below on this page and book a personal demonstration of the solutions that are best suited for you.

In addition to the exercise packages, we are developing a new tool to support the evaluation of neurological symptoms and the preparation of a treatment plan. We will gladly tell you more about it, in connection with a personal demonstration in person, or remotely.

Contents of exercise packages

Each exercise package defines the goal, difficulty level, age of the rehabilitee, field of vision and the amount of exercises.

Several exercise packages, with different goals, are available for the same diagnosis. The exercise packages consist of individual exercises selected depending on the need for rehabilitation of each diagnosis.

The exercise packages included for example a “find the object” exercise, in which the rehabilitee searches for identified items, based on audio clues, and a “memory game”, in which the rehabilitee must remember a number of objects, things, or concepts based on text or audio clues. In addition, there are other exercises related to observation and coordination.

The innovativeness of the exercises lies in the activating and incentive effects.

Examples of exercise packages used in rehabilitation

Aphasia and developmental language disorder

Naming

  • quick serial naming
  • accuracy
  • reading exercises

Find a word

  • correct context exercises
  • categories
  • sentence structures
  • rhymes
  • syllables

In addition, there are several different semantic and phonology exercises

Observation and neglect

Search training

  • observation field
  • Attention
  • state of alertness
  • reaction training
  • memory functions
  • Executive functions

Difficulties in executive functions

Following instructions and everyday activities

  • memory functions
  • order training
  • training compensation strategies
  • concentration
  • Attention

Sounds and vocabulary

  • phonemic errors
  • initial phonemes
  • listening to phonemes
  • vocabulary enrichment
  • quick repetitions
  • motivation of repetitions
  • relaxation exercises
  • imagination exercises

Case example: Kainuu Central Hospital

In 2020, Kainuu Central Hospital started using Peili Vision’s service as part of speech therapy with people with aphasia and people with neglect syndrome. The rehabilitation was carried out during an intensive exercise period at home.

The feedback and user experiences of the exercises have been excellent. The use of Peili Vision’s service saves up to 49% of costs associated with rehabilitation and at the same time provides three times more exercising.

Are you wondering how to benefit the most from using Peili Vision products? Book your personal demonstration from us.

“We use Peili Vision’s rehabilitation programs as a part of neuropsychological rehabilitation of neurological patients with visual attentiveness, or other symptoms that affect the function of the vision system. We most often use programs for patients suffering from neglect and left-side inattention. The most usage is seen in the shoot the targets, the traffic city exercises. In addition, for some patients, we use memory and naming games as environmental observation exercises. These exercises, which require vision-based search, can be used to both demonstrate the effects of the symptom in patients, and practice transferring attention. The view in VR tasks that goes beyond the standard computer screen and which is more spatially realistic seems particularly useful when practicing visual accuracy.”

Siiri Laari
neuropsychologist
Helsinki University Hospital