Memory rehabilitation through memory habits
MEMORehab is a web-based platform that stems from the well-researched ‘Making the Most of your Memory program' (Radford et al., 2010). Designed to make the intervention process more organised and easier to run, MEMORehab includes tools and resources for both allied health professionals and patients to provide an online training experience.
A 6-week core program with three months access for patients
Six guided sessions (approx. 60 min each) between clinicians and patients. With co-facilitation capabilities built in.
Resources for patients
Each week patients can access educational videos, quizzes, and homework tasks to reinforce their knowledge.
Novel computer-based exercises to help patients practice memory strategies learned during the program.
Feedback and reminders
Patients receive feedback and are sent reminders to boost participation, while clinicians get detailed engagement metrics.
What clinicians say about MEMORehab...
It is full of useful resources
All the tools needed to run the program are included. Patients also have access to resources to help them learn about their condition and reinforce the skills they learn during the program.
It's streamlined and easy to run
Save time on program delivery and experience a more streamlined approach to intervention. Telehealth sessions are automatically setup and reminders are sent out to patients each week.
It helps you stay organised
Easily create and manage groups, with all your patients on the same platform. You can also stay on top of patient engagement and track their progress each week.
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Hear from our users!
This course is an excellent tool for clinicians wanting to include neuropsychological intervention in their participant care plan. It covers a variety of topics, including compensatory memory strategies, exercise, and sleep, and is founded on evidence-based principles. I thoroughly enjoyed administering this course to participants recovering from stroke, traumatic brain injury and epilepsy.
Clinical Neuropsychologist, Brain and Mind Centre, Sydney.