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REAtouch Home®

Offer intensive, fun, functional, and engaging
self- and tele-rehabilitation

therapeutic games

As a REAtouch® device which is used in rehabilitation clinics, the REAtouch® Home enables your patient to benefit intensive, adapted, playful, functional, and engaging rehabilitation at home. It features a large touchscreen and a variety of playful objects in different colors and shapes, to interact with onscreen games and activities. This compact format makes it ideal for an effective and longer-term therapy at home.

The REAtouch® Home supports intensive functional rehabilitation at home by combining tele- and self-rehabilitation.

The telerehabilitation allows you to continuously support your patients even at a distance. It is permitted thanks to the device’s real-time audio-visual connection, you can visualize every movement of the patient in his/her own environment, as well as on the screen, and carry out qualitative follow-up at a distance.

Self-rehabilitation is an effective way to a long-term follow-up outside of the medical environment (hospital, rehab center, physio office)..

Consult at any time: support your patients' rehabilitation even at a distance

With the REAtouch® Home, you can connect with your patients at any time, directly from their homes. This means you can continue to provide quality medical support even from a distance, allowing them to continue their rehabilitation on the long-term and in a familiar environment.

Real time
audio-visual connection

Connect online with your patients for therapy appointments

Schedule teleconsultation sessions in one platform

Monitor your patients' progress through teleconsultation and schedule your sessions on the REAtouch Home online calendar

Intensive quality rehabilitation even at a distance

With the innovative technology of REAtouch Home, provide your patients with motivation and advice for rehabilitation and continue to monitor them remotely

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Continue the therapy to the patient's home

Provide a continuum of care even outside the medical environment and pursue the rehabilitation in the long term

Gamification makes rehabilitation fun

Motivating game sessions, 25 therapeutic games, a personalized environment, and personal functional objectives for your patient

Gamification approach to boost engagement
and make therapy fun

When therapy is fun, patients are much more engaged and it’s a lot easier to stay on track with therapy programs. The REAtouch® Home rehabilitation technology is based on a ‘gamification’ or ‘serious game’ approach; this kind of game associates fun and therapeutic goals to promote cognitive and motor recovery. Movements, tasks, and game complexity auto-adapt in difficulty according to the user’s performance. Every patient can set her/himself specific sessions according to rehabilitation goals. To adapt the treatment and keep the patient motivated, the patient can be advice by the therapist during follow-up session of telerehabilitation. Analyze each session and monitor your patients’ progress with the REAtouch® Home, thanks to integrated assessment protocols and reports.

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Conduct rehabilitation sessions online interactively with your patients and immediately retrieve session results for progress monitoring and to give advice.


Let each patient go at his/her own pace, tailor the rehabilitation to his/her preferences and provide support as needed.

What we care about

To support the development of a continuum of care by therapists, while enhancing the functional recovery of all patients with motor and cognitive disorders through innovative, accessible, evidence-based, and cost-effective intensive rehabilitation technologies.


From medical environment such as hospitals to home comfort, we help people with neurological disabilities achieve better functional outcomes and return to social participation. Our technologies feature movement therapies supported by personalized and adapted therapeutic gamification, which stimulates neuroplasticity and motivates the patient to include themselves in their own rehabilitation.

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