Following a brain injury, up to 90% of patients experience vision-related symptoms (Optometry, Occurrence of oculomotor dysfunctions in acquired brain injury: a retrospective analysis, 2007). The K-D RAP is an in-clinic or at-home computer-based oculomotor program.
Outcome MeasuresShow instant outcome measures over the course of recovery
Compliance MonitoringCheck in on your patients practice progress with real-time compliance monitoring
FlexibilityPatients can practice K-D RAP in-clinic or at-home on a computer or iPad
|K-D Recovery Acceleration Program (RAP): $650 (10 Subject Licenses)|
King-Devick technologies selected as winner of the VA Innovation Awards
Winners of the Department of Veterans Affairs’ (VA) Innovation Demo Day competition share their victory with VA Senior Adviser Matthew Collier during Day 2 of VA’s Brain Trust: Pathways to InnoVAtion summit held May 17-18 in Boston. Winners are, from left, Max Randall of Daptly; KC Beard of Daptly; Steve Devick of King-Devick Technologies; VA’s Collier; Jason Roncoroni of Save A Warrior; and Jake Clark of Save A Warrior. The winners will have the potential opportunity to implement and deploy their innovations with VA. Read more.
- Secure, protected cloud-based system
- Compatible with 9.7” iPads or computer
- Patient activation gains unlimited program access for one year
- Conveniently practice in-office or at-home
- Track progress and practice sessions
|Screen Size Minimum||9.7”||13” or Larger|
|Screen Aspect Ratio||-||16:9 or 4:3|
|Resolution||-||1024x768 and Above|
|Internet or Wi-Fi Needed||Yes||Yes|
|Operating System||8.0 or Later||Windows 7+, MacOS 10+, Chrome OS, Linux|
|Compatible Browsers||-||IE8+, Edge, Chrome, Firefox, Safari|
How K-D RAP Works
The patient’s task is to read aloud dynamically presented number targets quickly on a computer or iPad. Speed settings are easily adjusted and increased with ongoing practice. Provide motivation with individual practice goals and view progress over time.