The Trail Making Assessment challenges visual attention and task switching, and it can be used to provide information about visual search speed, scanning, speed of processing, mental flexibility, as well as executive functioning. The assessment can be administered full screen, or in a size comparable to the A4 paper assessment.
The Bell Cancellation task allows for a quantitative and qualitative assessment of visual neglect in the near extrapersonal space. The user is asked to identify and touch all 35 bell images embedded within 280 distractors (houses, horses, etc.).
The Maze program assesses attention, visuoconstructional ability and executive functions of planning and foresight. Performance is scored according to time to complete the test and total number of errors. Errors are determined by counting the number of times the user entered a dead-end alley or failed to stay within the lines.
This four part trial assesses visuomotor coordination, peripheral awareness, hand speed, reaction time and endurance. Targets appear on the screen one at a time. Users are instructed to visually scan the screen and touch each stimulus as it appears. This four part trial assesses visuomotor coordination, peripheral awareness, hand speed, reaction time and endurance as part of an assessment for driving.
Single Target programs are designed to challenge visuomotor coordination, peripheral awareness, hand speed, and reaction time. Targets appear on the screen one at a time. Users are instructed to visually scan the screen and touch each stimulus as it appears as fast as possible.
Complex Array programs are designed to challenge a user’s ability to visually scan and process a complex environment with multiple stimuli. The target stimuli must be touched in the correct sequence which demands cognitive effort, eye hand coordination and attention.
The Smooth Pursuit program guides users to follow moving stimuli with their eyes toward the neglected hemispace. Smooth pursuit eye movement training (SPT) uses optokinetic stimulation and may reduce visual, auditory, and haptic neglect.
Rotator programs challenge the user’s ability to visually track moving objects, plan and coordinate motor movements. Multiple stimuli appear on a rotating wheel. Users are instructed to visually track the stimuli and accurately touch and eliminate them one by one.
The Memory program is designed to improve speed of recognition, visual memory, and auditory memory, while providing cognitive training. Target stimuli are presented verbally and/or visually on the display screen. The user must remember the presented sequence, locate the correct images, letters, numbers, or words, and touch them according to the correct sequence.
The Rhythm program is designed to improve timing, speed, accuracy, and visual/auditory motor planning. The user must touch either of the two targets on screen at the selected rhythm in beats per minute.
The Geoboards program is designed to challenge a user’s visual spatial processing skills, memory, and motor coordination. Two geoboards appear on the display screen. One board will display a pattern on it. The user is instructed to recreate this pattern by drawing on the blank board.
The Drawing programs consists of four therapy programs: Symmetry, Trace, Replicate, and Between the Lines. Each program requires clients to interact with the program by drawing various shapes with their finger or a stylus. These programs are designed to improve visuomotor integration, visual form perception, and peripheral awareness.
The Letter Charts programs are designed to improve visual search skills, accuracy, speed of response, and visual and auditory processing. The charts in this group are highly customizable for unique therapy experiences.
The Peripheral Letter Charts programs are designed to improve visual search skills, accuracy, speed of response, and visual and auditory processing. A chart displaying different size letters appears on the display screen to challenge peripheral vision.