Cognitive Rehabilitation | Fine Motor Skills Activities with Smart Pegboard

NEOFECT Smart Pegboard - Digital Rehab Solution

Interactive Home Activities for Fine-Motor Skills Recovery

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Multi-award winning digital rehab solution / stroke recovery exercises

Registered by FDA
Registered by FDA
2018 CES Innovation Awards
2018 CES Innovation Awards
Blackwood design awards
Best Accessible Technology
Blackwood design awards Best Accessible Technology

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Testimonials

My daughter loves the Smart Pegboard and uses it everyday for her fine motor rehabilitation. I've definitely seen some progress in her abilities. She loves using it and I can't imagine not having it as a tool for her continued rehab.

Michelle R.
Michelle R.
Smart Pegboard Overview
Smart Pegboard Overview

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Interactive Home Activities for Fine-Motor Skills Recovery

The NEOFECT Smart Pegboard allows for a fun way to strengthen Fine- Motor Skills by providing activities which requires the use of overall grasp and in hand manipulation. Based on the client's needs the activities can be made more or less difficult.

NEOFECT Smart Pegboard helps users develop fine motor skills

The NEOFECT Smart Pegboard takes your traditional pegboard and brings it into the 21st century, adding a digital training program that lights up the board and interacts with you as you do your exercises.

The NEOFECT Smart Pegboard assists with cognitive rehabilitation

The NEOFECT Smart Pegboard offers a wide range of fun and interactive games and challenges that makes users think about where they place their pegs on the board, working on skills like planning, organization and reaction time.

Cognitive exercises for stroke patients

The NEOFECT Smart Pegboard offers a variety of exciting games that increases overall visual motor skills, memory, decision making, information processing, hand coordination, and perceptual skills.

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