ReJoyce is a rehabilitation workstation and patient evaluation tool designed to help people recover from hand and arm impairment. It motivates patients with practical games that engage patients in practicing typical activities of daily living (ADLs). The system includes the ReJoyce Automated Hand Function Test (RAHFT), which helps therapists quickly perform quantitative patient assessments, and create personalized therapy programs. ReJoyce:
- Provides standardized upper limb exercises representing activities of daily life (ADL) – Repetitive daily practice of task-oriented exercise reinforces brain and spinal cord pathways leading to significant functional gains.
- Disguises intensive training with motivating games to keep patients engaged and motivated.
- Utilizes repetitive task training therapy, where patients' practice ADLs and perform hundreds of repetitions.
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