Interactive Home Rehabilitation for Children with Smart Kids

NEOFECT Smart Kids - Digital Rehab Solution

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Revolutionary rehabilitation device specifically for children
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Evaluating

Measure your current abilities accurately.

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Scheduling

Create your customized program with our artificial intelligence algorithm.

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Reporting

Measure your stroke exercise performance and progress.

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Counseling

Consult our in-house therapists to improve your stroke exercise.

Physical therapy exercises, toys, and games for kids with Cerebral Palsy and other motor challenges

NEOFECT Smart Kids is a rehab device disguised as a fun toy that kids will love to play with. NEOFECT Smart Kids keeps kids with cerebral palsy wanting to exercise and participate in rehab by playing games that they enjoy!

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Physical and occupational therapy (ot) exercises for kids with cerebral palsy

Using NEOFECT Smart Kids increases overall range of motion by enhancing ot exercise and physical therapy exercise effectiveness allowing for more independence with daily tasks such as dressing, eating, throwing and catching balls.

Physical and occupational therapy activities for children with cerebral palsy

Physical therapy can be difficult for a child with cerebral palsy, but with the NEOFECT Smart Kids it is still possible to play games like a normal child while also doing your physical therapy.

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