Life-Changing Apps for Brain Injury Survivors

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Life after a brain injury can be full of challenges. While your doctor should provide you a comprehensive treatment plan that addresses each of these challenges, there are also some simple steps you can at home that can make your daily life more manageable.

Here are some life-changing apps available on most smartphones that you can use to address some common deficits.

Cognitive Training Apps

Cognitive deficits are some of the most common side effects of brain injuries, so training your mental muscles can help you improve short-term memory, judgment, problem-solving skills, and information processing. Some apps for cognitive training include:

  • CT Speech and Cognitive Therapy (iOS and Android)
  • Spaced Retrieval Therapy App (iOS and Android)
  • Elevate (iOS and Android)
  • Let’s be Social (iOS only)
  • Brain Synch (iOS)

Accessibility Apps

After sustaining a brain injury, you will probably have to relearn certain skills that are necessary for you to live independently. From helping you stay organized with your to-do lists to breaking down tasks with step-by-step instructions, the following apps may benefit you:

  • Qcard (iOS and Android)
  • CanPlan (iOS)
  • Find My iPhone (iOS)
  • RogerVoice (iOS and Android)
  • AccessNow (iOS and Android)

Medical Apps

Dealing with doctor’s appointments and remembering to pick up prescriptions can be a challenge for anyone. But, those recovering from a brain injury may require some extra help staying on top of these things. Some apps that can be helpful to organize your medical information include:

  • Medisafe (iOS)
  • In Case of Emergency (Android)

This is by no means an exhaustive list, however, we hope that this helps you find ways to take charge of your recovery, feel empowered, and get back to living your life as independently as possible. Remember, Fowler | Helsel | Vogt is here should you need assistance pursuing compensation after sustaining a traumatic brain injury due to another person’s negligence.

Contact our Fresno brain injury attorneys at (559) 900-1280 to speak with our legal team about your rights.

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