Virtual Simulation:Office

 

The Virtual Simulation:Office is a comprehensive training and assessment tool for people with cognitive deficits. The simulation provides a series of meaningful, motivating assessment and training scenarios that accurately replicate real-life challenges in vocational settings.

Clinicians can utilize the Virtual Simulation:Office for training and assessment of cognitive deficits in brain-injured patients. The simulation's training component is currently undergoing extensive testing for eventual medical device registration. Please contact us for early access and interest in collaborative evaluation trials.

Researchers can use the simulation as an objective outcome measure or intervention in clinical populations. The simulation can be modified to suit a wide range of research needs, from complex virtual reality setups to long-term monitoring of cognitive performance in field settings through mobile devices.

The Virtual Simulation:Office is currently being tested in clinical studies at the Kessler Foundation in West Orange, NJ, USA, with patients diagnosed with traumatic brain injury and multiple sclerosis. 

 
Sorting documents to train set shifting.

Sorting documents to train set shifting.

Training divided attention at a virtual office desk.

Training divided attention at a virtual office desk.