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AGATHE: a tool for personalized rehabilitation of cognitive functions (short)

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Published on Mar 27, 2013

Stroke, traumatic brain injury, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's ... Every year, tens of thousands of people fall victim to one of those neurological pathologies. Acquired brain injury leads to cognitive impairment and heavy loss of autonomy. Rehabilitation interventions are needed to enable people to recover capacity and return to activities of daily living, such as grocery shopping. Unfortunately, the resources made available in cognitive rehabilitation are insufficient for the growing needs of victims of brain damage.
AGATHE objective is to provide therapists with an innovative means of dealing with cognitive rehabilitation and to offer patients customized rehabilitation sessions, on the basis of simulated activities of daily living. AGATHE fits into accessibility prospects of the tool (for everyone, everywhere and anywhere) and reduction of the cost of rehabilitation.
With AGATHE, virtual reality serves cognitive therapies, by offering patients customized rehabilitation sessions, and by allowing therapists to measure patient activity and to follow-up his progress. The patient becomes an actor of his therapy that will involve familiar and useful activities.

AGATHE was conceived and developed by a group of partners leaded by Arts et Métiers ParisTech (Arts et Métiers ParisTech, EA 4136, Kerpape, Armines, Intempora and Dassault Systèmes).

Coordinator: Evelyne Klinger, Arts et Métiers ParisTech

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