Images about the visual training

As we all know, a picture is worth a thousand words: Here are some pictures of the eye training after stroke. Are you looking for more moving pictures? Show more videos

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Here you can see Mr Fasel's impressive progress. He trained regularly and diligently and can now ride his bike safely again.
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One advantage of the saccadic trainer is the large variety of settings, which can enable individual and optimal eye training..
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Currently available in the following languages: Deutsch, Français, English, Español, Polski, Dutch, Italiano, Dänisch, Finisch, Schwedisch, Português, Russisch, Chinesisch, Japanisch.
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This modern exercise in driving is characterised by a high degree of relevance to everyday life. Through the random appearance of signal stimuli, erratic eye movements are promoted.
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Through diversified exercises, the web-based saccadic trainin is suitable for young and old..
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This exercise was inspired by the train driving and provokes a particularly large number of selective eye movements by the moving elements.

What do customers say about eye training?

Here you will find examples of people who, despite hemianopsia (half-sided blindness) or a visual neglect, have become more independent and confident in their everyday lives..

Enjoying progress
Mr. Kaeser, satisfied customer of saccadic training:
"Enjoying progress"
With the help of the detailed statistics, I can follow my progress very closely. I train daily due to hemiplegia and even have fun thanks to the varied exercises.

Easier social interaction
Mrs. Andrey:
"Easier social interaction"
The eye training helped me to stop moving my head so much after a stroke and to make better use of my eyes. As a result, I now move and feel safer, especially in unfamiliar surroundings. I also recognise my fellow human beings more easily, which makes social interaction much easier.

...diverse and useful material
L. Combremont, neuropsychologist at the Neuchâtel Hospital:
"...diverse and useful material"
The software offers diverse and useful material for the rehabilitation of visual and attention disorders after brain injuries. Detailed and interesting results for professionals

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