We know that trying out a new therapy program is a big decision.
So, how about a free trial
in one of the following areas?
You should be able to see progress pretty quickly.
In randomized controlled trials, therapy was on average 6 times more effective when standard care was combined with Mendability.
You can be optimistic and hopeful that you can get similar results.
Depending on what area of focus you select for your trial, you will be given a different set of activities to try at home.
Sensory Enrichment Therapy™ is a scientifically-driven treatment that uses sensory experiences to boost brain regeneration.
By directing the stimulation and growth in specific brain functions, we can help the brain create new connections and re-wire itself.
Most sensory enrichment sessions include 3 to 5 games to do with your special person.
Most games last about 1 min., so your therapy session should take about 10 min., including prep. time.
Try to complete 2 sessions per day.
We will also give you ways to enrich your existing routines to help multiply the impact of your therapy sessions.
We believe you are the expert when it comes to your special person and that home is the most comfortable place for him/her.
You know when, how, where and what he/she likes. We will teach you the rest.
With the full coaching program you would have appointments with your therapy coach over video chat, so you don’t have to travel.
All the activities come with:
You don’t need any special equipment to do Sensory Enrichment Therapy at home. As much as possible, we designed the program around typical household items like bowls, pillows, paper, etc.
In the full program, you would need to set up an account and you would access your customized program, tracking tools, goals, etc. through our web app.
With the free trial, we kept it simple.
We will send you emails a couple of days before it’s time to change games, with the new instructions and videos, to give you enough time to get ready.
No complicated app to learn.
Focus only on your special person having an enriching experience and watch him/her as he slowly feels better.