Constant Therapy in the News

As a teacher for more than 20 years, education had always been a major part of Mary Borrelli’s life. But she never imagined that at age 47, she would have to relearn everything she knew. Just after she was appointed to serve as an acting principal at the elementary school she attended growing up, Mary’s life changed forever when she had a massive stroke. Eight years later, she’s back in the classroom and sharing six things that the experience taught her. 01/22/2018

Veterans struggling with speech or cognitive disorders will now be able to access therapy through Constant Therapy, a mobile app that provides supplemental coaching and motivation to patients. Veterans eligible for speech or cognitive therapy through the US Department of Veterans Affairs will now be able to use the app for free.

44 digital health mergers, acquisitions from 2017 11/22/2017

The Learning Corp (TLC) today announced that veterans eligible for speech or cognitive therapy through the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) are eligible to access the Constant Therapy mobile app at no cost to them. Constant Therapy is a tool for use by clinicians with patients to help with recovery from speech, language and cognitive disorders. As such it enables veterans with long-term disabilities due to traumatic brain injury, stroke or aphasia to obtain critical rehabilitation from the comfort of their home.

PR Newswire 11/21/2017

Digital Health Corp, a diversified healthcare company focused on developing affordable therapy solutions to help patients get better in the comfort and convenience of their own homes, today announced the acquisition of Constant Therapy, a privately held developer of mobile solutions to treat patients with traumatic brain injury, stroke, aphasia, and learning disorders.

BusinessWire 05/31/2017

... So, let’s say your receptionist tells you your new patient recently had a stroke. And you immediately think, “the last time I saw someone post-stroke was grad school!” Fret not! These evidence-based insights into treating clients who experienced a stroke will help you brush up on treatment approaches.

The ASHA Leader Blog 05/16/2017