Smart technologies can be used as a non-invasive nor chemical treatment for degenerative diseases, such as Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s or sclerosis, using our software for neuronal re-education. Other examples can be found in neurological diseases, autism, dyslexia, schizophrenia … where different cognitive abilities are stimulated improving social interactions and a reduction in the patient’s isolation as well as a decrease in the burden on families and operators. Finally, the technology applied to rehabilitation allows you to adapt the activities to the patient with a playful role that can increase the motivation and involvement of the person being treated.
School inclusion must respect everyone’s needs, planning and organizing activities, allowing everyone to participate in class life and teaching, in the most inclusive, autonomous and useful way possible (for oneself and for others). This translates into specific software for blind pupils, screen enlargements for the visually impaired, voice / image translators for the hearing impaired or special technologies for the mobility impaired.
Companies capable of embracing the culture of inclusion and diversity demonstrate significant advances in innovation, reputation and productivity. The starting idea is that to ensure a better tomorrow it is necessary to start from a technology that favors inclusive training for managers and executives as well as offering the tools to ease the work of those with disabilities (keyboards, website)