The TEDACE project (MultiDisciplinary Platform of TeleRehabilitation for Brain Damage) is based on the development of software applications for patients with acquired brain damage, based on monitoring and evaluation of the therapy undertaken by those patients. The main aim of TEDACE is to provide the clinical team with the necessary tools to evaluate the results of the rehabilitation sessions and to keep track of the progress made by the patient.
In order to achieve these proposals, TEDACE sets the following specific objectives:
- To develop a software application which will enable the healthcare professional to conduct the clinical management of their patients’ rehabilitation, through follow-up and adaptation of the treatment plan based on patient evolution.
- To develop applications for therapeutic use, designed for rehabilitation of specific functions (motor, cognitive and communicative) of patients with acquired brain damage.
ITACA is principally responsible for the design, development and implementation of the platform, as well as its subsequent user validation and evaluation.