SaeboVR is a virtual ADL (activities of daily living) rehabilitation system. The proprietary platform was specifically designed to engage clients in both physical and cognitive challenges involving daily functional activities. In addition to interacting with meaningful every-day tasks, the SaeboVR uses a virtual assistant that appears on the screen to educate and facilitate performance by providing real-time feedback.
SaeboVR's ADL-focused virtual world provides clients with real-life challenges. Users will incorporate their impaired upper limb to perform simulated self-care tasks that involve picking up, transferring and manipulating virtual objects.
Virtual Reality (VR) is a computer-based, interactive, multisensory simulation environment that occurs in real time. It provides users with opportunities to participate in activities within environments that appear similar to real-world objects and events.
Facilitate and challenge the weakened shoulder during virtual self-care tasks using the SaeboMAS or SaeboMAS mini. The unweighting technology will allow clients with proximal weakness to participate in proven treatment techniques that would otherwise have been impossible.
Engage and position the hand for simulated functional tasks. With the SaeboGlove, clients can incorporate the affected hand by practicing virtual grasp and release activities.
The SaeboVR is based on the latest advances in neurorehabilitation research documenting the brain's ability to "re-program" itself through mass practice, task-oriented arm training.