Functional and Brain Training Programs for Pediatric Rehabilitation

SMARTfit offers programming that focuses on improving cognitive motor connectivity in the pediatric population. These brain training programs for pediatric rehabilitation include customizable, scalable and reportable evaluation and therapy programming for use by Therapists. Areas covered are sensory integration, balance, visual, cognitive, memory, orthopedics, and training for kids on the autism spectrum. SMARTfit is engaging and FUN!

SMARTfit for Pediatrics:

SMARTfit programming aims to help kids with sensory processing disorders by exposing them to multi-sensory stimulation by using structured, progressive and repetitive activities.

For kids who tend to get overstimulated or for those kids who appear sluggish, SMARTfit functional and brain training programs for pediatrics can help them get into a “just right” state-of-mind.

Therapists can design individualized programs for visual, auditory, and proprioceptive training based on individual needs. Therapists track and validate results using the real-time data collection feature in the iOS/Android user interface app. Results can easily be exported to integrate with other reporting standards.


SMARTfit Offers These Key Benefits to Therapists:

  • Broad clinical utility and patient inclusion criteria
  • Dual-tasking designed for Neurological, Orthopedic, Sensory Integration
  • Progressive Programming;
  • Highly engaging therapeutic games
  • Baseline assessments with hundreds of treatment options
  • Engaging, Fun and Motivating for private and group activities

Engaging Learning Activities in Pediatric Settings

“Using the various activities, our kids are able to work on a variety of skills. Their reaction times and accuracy to hit the targets greatly improve over consecutive trials, demonstrating motor learning and quickened motor responses. We are able to work on static and dynamic postural responses, balance, and proximal stability crucial for participation in playground games and Physical Education classes. Furthermore, the numbers and letters games allow our therapists to address sequencing, letter and number identification, visual discrimination, and visual tracking/scanning abilities, essential for school readiness.”
Kimberly Koretoff, OTD, OTR/L, SWC, CAS
Doctor of Occupational Therapy
"Turning Point Medical Group says the exercise strengthens the sensory motor control in the brain stem, which can help reduce the risk of concussions."
Jenna Middaugh
"It's brand new and everything is evidence based and it's basically the first one in the world. There's nothing like that right now in the world."

Functional and Brain Training Programs for Pediatric Rehabilitation

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