Our cognitive abilities start to decline as we age, while the subtle decline is part of the normal ageing process, any progressive deterioration in cognitive or motor function should not be taken lightly. A study published in the International Journal of Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity found that physical activities combined with cognitively stimulation exercises can lead to significant improvements to overall cognitive health and mental wellbeing of older adults, and as a possible treatment for cognitive decline due to Alzheimer's disease or dementia.

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COGNITIVE & MEMORY CARE

Brain Health
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MOTOR FUNCTION

Control movements & Balance

TACTILE FUNCTION

Sensations, Pain, Reasoning

COGNITIVE FUNCTION

Think, Learn, Behavior & Memory

EMOTIONAL FUNCTION

Interpret & Respond to emotions

Did You
Know?
5% of Seniors > 60 yrs
20% of Seniors > 80 yrs
has Dementia          *Dept of Psychiatry, UKM
Gamification to Improve Motor Control

Scientifically based dual-tasking Fall prevention & Cognitive Training to support independence

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Central Nervous System

Brain & Spinal Cord

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Sensory System

Vision, Proprioception, Vestibular

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Muscular System

Muscles, Tendons

Multiple Award-winning Technology

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Exergaming for Cognitive Wellness

Featured in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine to delay the onset of

Alzheimer's & Dementia better than traditional exercise

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Dimension of Cognitive Wellness
Dimension
of Wellness

Most Influential Study Award

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Suitable For

Senior Fitness

 

Maintain Physicial & Cognitive Function

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Falls Prevention

 

Improve body coordination and balance

Neuro Rehab

 

For Stroke, Parkinson's Disease, Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Dementia

Sports Rehab

 

ACL Rehabilitation, Sports Injury eg. Golf, Cycling, Hiking

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Geriatric Rehab

 

Suitable for incontinence recovery, stroke, dementia, Alzheimer's & Parkinson's disease

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Clinically Proven Results
Improve in Gait and Fall Reduction
                                          
                   
*ven het Reve & de Bruin, 2014
80%
Fall Reduction
                                          
                   
*Okubu, Schoene & Lord, 2016
50%
Reduction in Mild Cognitive Impairment
                                          
                 
*American Journal of Preventive Medicine
23%

The findings suggest that performing physical activity in combination with cognitively demanding tasks was more effective in improving cognition than by segmenting physical activity and cognitive training sessions.