HUR Senso for motor-cognitive training
Reduce Falls and Improve Cognition
Research has shown that there is a correlation between physical exercise and cognitive abilities. In 2016 a meta-analysis found that a better way to improve cognition rather than physical exercise alone was with dual tasking, performing a cognitive and motor task at the same time.
Dual tasking has also been found in a 2017 study to help people with mild cognitive impairment or early stage dementia ,improve the ability to do daily living activities, and improve mood and reduce depression.
Introducing the HUR Senso, a scientifically based dual-tasking fall reduction and cognitive training platform designed by Dividat to support independence. The think and move integrated equipment simultaneously improves physical and cognitive function through easy to use and fun interactive motor training activities and gaming.
The platform sensors capture all of the vital data dynamically with easy to understand results that ensure improved cognitive and activity levels for all users.
Watch a video of the HUR Senso in action:
HUR Senso Key Benefits:
- Cognition and fall assessment tests
- Trains and improves balance and cognition
- Automated progressions for all acuity levels
- Fun, social and includes a full suite of games
- User-friendly interface
- Games simulate everyday movements (i.e. initiation of walking, goal-directed and rapid stepping) to support ADL's
- Convenient RFID personal user identification interface (no sign-ins needed)
- Outcome management tool to easily track improvements and see results
- Cloud-based software allows for remote access & live software updates
ASSESS, TRAIN and ENGAGE with HUR Senso
The HUR Senso helps establish an individual’s baseline, identifies fall risk and potential areas of weakness.
- Step Reaction test
- Four Square Step Test (FSST) measures dynamic balance and identifies potential fall risk
- Benchmark scoring based on movement patterns and the ability to perform cognitive tasks
- Progress tracking through individual scores fuels user motivation
- Cognitive and motor tasks measured in milliseconds
In Dividat Evidence we include a set of tests that show the most basic physical functions of the human apparatus and cognitive functions of the brain. These include the following tests.
- Sway test / Romberg: Measures posture control
- Stroop test: Measures the ability to inhibit the dominant response to a stimulus
- Flexi test (figural): Measures figural cognitive flexibility
- Go-NoGo: Measures selective attention and response control
The HUR Senso uses fun, dual-tasking fall reduction and cognitive training game-style exercises to improve executive function and includes:
- Progressive training adapts and gets increasingly difficult to challenge the user
- Personalised cognitive tasks are linked to motor movements
- Customised routines address and improve the user's unique cognitive and/or balance weaknesses
- Goal setting and report tracking for individual progress and outcomes
The HUR Senso format increases the likelihood of program adherence and keeps the user interested through:
- Gamification that provides fun and interactive challenges designed to build strength and improve cognitive function
- A variety of 25+ different fun and engaging games
- Quick engagement in an easy to learn interface that supports user independence
Clinical Research correlation between Physical Exercise & Cognition
HUR Senso in a Clinical Trial: A pilot randomised controlled trial concluded that “Individually adapted exergame training improves lower extremity functioning, cognitive functioning and step reaction time and symptoms of depression in inpatients with MNCD residing in long-term care facilities.” ~Swinnen et al. 2021
Better Cognition: Meta-analysis found that dual-tasking, performing a cognitive and motor task at the same time, improved cognition better than physical exercise alone. ~Eggenberger et at. 2015
Falls Reduction: Cognitive and motor stepping interventions reduce falls in older adults by approximately 50%. This clinically significant reduction may be due to improvements in reaction time, gait balance and balance recovery but not in strength. ~Okobu, Schoene & Lord, 2016
Improved Executive Performance: Combined cognitive and motor training improves gait stability and reduced fall rate by 80% ... and performance of executive functions can be optimised. A considerable proportion of falls in old age is associated with the decline in executive performance. Good executive functions can minimize the risk of falling. ~van het Reve & de Bruin, 2014
For a free consultation or other information please contact the HUR Australia sales team:
- Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone - 07 3822 7777