Forgetfulness That Disrupts Daily Life: The Difference Between Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease

You notice your elderly loved one is forgetting words or daily tasks more than usual and displaying personality changes. Should you be worried? Is it dementia? Alzheimer’s? And what’s the difference? We’ll help you unravel the these similar, but different terms.

NeuroPerformance Engine™ Uses Big Data to Personalize Speech & Cognitive Therapy

Every patient starting cognitive or speech rehabilitation therapy is different and requires a personalized therapy regimen, based on who they are, their diagnosis and the progress they are making towards their recovery goals. With the use of “big data"-driven analytics, it is now possible to micro-personalize therapy for patients.

Getting to Know Primary Progressive Aphasia

Primary Progressive Aphasia is a little known, often confused, and frequently missed diagnosis. What is it? What goes into the diagnosis? How can we harness the brain to compensate for it? Read on as we explain the symptoms, known causes, and how language tasks can help. 

Language Difficulties Caused by Communication Disorders: How You Can Improve Your Skills

Language is a complicated system – yet we often don’t think about the components of language until one of them runs amuck. Today’s post discusses the various aspects of language - specifically, oral language, or how we speak and understand spoken language - and which Constant Therapy tasks can help you to overcome individual difficulties.

Right Brain Injury vs. Left Brain Injury | Understanding the Impact of Brain Injury on Daily Life

You've had a brain injury or stroke and certain things in your daily life are affected, but not everything. You know your injury was on the right side of your brain. So, why are you having trouble with actions on the left side of your body? Here's a quick explanation of which side of the brain is responsible for what types of thoughts, emotions, and actions. You might be surprised!  

Research Shows Increased Independence for Residents with Dementia Using iPad-Based Cognitive-Communication Therapy

Research results show that after using Constant Therapy for 6 weeks, a resident diagnosed with dementia in the Special Care Unit of a large retirement community showed functional improvement and more independence.

Brain Plasticity is the Key to Recovery after Brain Injury or Stroke [INFOGRAPHIC]

The term “neuroplasticity” or “brain plasticity” refers to the ability of your brain to reorganize itself, both physically and functionally, throughout your life, due to your environment. One of the biggest shifts in our understanding of brain plasticity is that it is a lifelong phenomenon.

Speech Therapy in the Digital Age Yields Amazing Results for Brain Injury Survivors

Using big data and mobile technology to drive cognitive and speech therapy is yielding incredible results for brain injury survivors

Reprinted from Advance Healthcare Network for Speech & Hearing, Nov 21, 2016

Published Scientific Research Supports Effectiveness of Constant Therapy Tasks

We are always excited to see new research added to the field that further validates the effectiveness of Constant Therapy. Thank you to the many scientists working hard to bring more research to the field of neurorehabilitation that drives our evidence-based practice. This overview summarizes the latest research out of Drexel University, which tested how well two of Constant Therapy’s tasks lined up with expected brain activity.

Conversations in Healthcare: Interview with Constant Therapy Founder, Veera Anantha, in Dataconomy

"Precision medicine is going to play a key role in the future of healthcare. See what else Constant Therapy founder Veera Anantha had to say during his interview with Dataconomy.

Constant Therapy is an award-winning cognitive and speech therapy app, created for survivors of stroke, brain injury, and other neurogenic disorders.

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