Monday, August 15th, 2016
Most people who have decreased vision or double vision after a stroke do not fully recover. Some recovery is possible and it usually happens in the first few months after a stroke.
For many suffering from a neurological injury such as stroke, online Apps are an important adaptive and therapeutic tool required to maximize independence and quality of life. Listed below are 10 helpful apps that clients with visual impairment should consider for ongoing treatment and functional use.
10 Vision Apps
Hoppy’s Vision Training – Vision training for eye movement, eye-hand coordination and binocular function.
Visual Attention Therapy – To improve scanning abilities. It also helps rehab professionals to assess for neglect and provide more efficient and effective therapy for attention deficits.
Presents – Game improve visual tracking skills by touching randomly lit up points on a board.
Captain Lazy Eye – Designed to assist in keeping vision acuity and assisting in amblyopic correction.
Vision Tap – Designed to assist with vision problems including eye-hand coordination, reaction time, as well as reading.
BigMagnify – Advanced magnifying glass offers cutting-edge features while being simple to use.
TapTapSee – Designed to help the blind and visually impaired identify objects they encounter in their daily lives.
Eye Training Visual Edition – Improve visual skills such as visual analysis, visual memory, visual coordination and field of vision.
Eye Movement Training – Eye tracking and mobility.
Find the Same – Eye-hand coordination, matching the same patterns and distinguishing between objects.