Testimonials on eye training

Here you will find examples of people who, despite hemianopsia (half-sided blindness) or a visual neglect, have become more independent and confident in their everyday lives..

Newly gained mobility
Mr. Castella:
"Newly gained mobility"
Due to a visual field restriction (hemianopsia),my mobility was severely limited. After two months of eye training, I was able to successfully regain my previous mobility.

...as independently as before
Mr S.:
"...as independently as before"
Due to multiple sclerosis I have problems with the visual field (optic nerve). The many different exercises and simulators have motivated me to train frequently (daily). The training was worth it, because after seven months I was as independent as before.

...very diversified
Mrs. M.:
"...very diversified"
I bought the Saccadic Training because you can train from the comfort of your home. The exercises are very varied. You can see from the statistics whether you have improved. It looks very easy at first, but it's definitely not. Even after a year since my stroke, I could still improve, which makes me very happy.

Free trial version for institutions
Christa Gfeller-Indermühle, occupational therapist:
"Free trial version for institutions"
I can recommend the Saccadentrainer to others because I can start training immediately with this software. As the owner of a smaller occupational therapy practice, I appreciate the free trial version for institutions for demonstration purposes. This way I can test the training with patients at my leisure.

No more problems with my daily activities
Mrs. Schneeberger:
"No more problems with my daily activities"
Thanks to the Saccadic Training, I have been able to resume my life as I did before the stroke: Driving, walking, sailing and working are possible again and I have no problems with my daily activities.

More safety in everyday life
Mr. Fasel, first customer of the saccadic training:
"More safety in everyday life"
Thanks to the exercises of the Saccadic Training, I have become more confident in everyday life and especially in cycling after a stroke

Easier walking and using the computer
Mr. Kolly:
"Easier walking and using the computer"
I notice a significant improvement, especially during walking and when using the computer after a brain haemorrhage.

This change is confirmed by the integrated statistics function in the programme. I can thus see my progress day by day and am encouraged to continue the training and improve even further.

The exercises are fun and the individual settings are useful and intuitive.

Praise from the ophthalmologist
Mr K.:
"Praise from the ophthalmologist"
We had an appointment with the ophthalmologist yesterday. A check of the visual field was done Both eyes have improved many times over, partly completely regenerated. As my husband practices every day with the Saccadic Training, we think that this wonderful recovery is also due to your programme. We are so incredibly grateful that we bought it from you. Also a very big praise from our ophthalmologist

Enjoying progress
Mr. Kaeser, satisfied customer of saccadic training:
"Enjoying progress"
With the help of the detailed statistics, I can follow my progress very closely. I train daily due to hemiplegia and even have fun thanks to the varied exercises.

Easier social interaction
Mrs. Andrey:
"Easier social interaction"
The eye training helped me to stop moving my head so much after a stroke and to make better use of my eyes. As a result, I now move and feel safer, especially in unfamiliar surroundings. I also recognise my fellow human beings more easily, which makes social interaction much easier.

Interesting, varied and affordable
Michael Haller, occupational therapist:
"Interesting, varied and affordable"
I use the saccadic training because I like the ease of use and adaptability to different levels of difficulty.
I recommend this visual training to my patients and clients because it is interesting, varied and affordable. For many, especially older people also an important factor

...diverse and useful material
L. Combremont, neuropsychologist at the Neuchâtel Hospital:
"...diverse and useful material"
The software offers diverse and useful material for the rehabilitation of visual and attention disorders after brain injuries. Detailed and interesting results for professionals

Perfectly individual
obvita, Organization of the Eastern Swiss Blind Welfare Association:
"Perfectly individual"
Due to the individual adaptations of the software to the needs of our clientele, this can be optimally supported

...excellent, it helped me a lot
Mr M.:
"...excellent, it helped me a lot"
I would like to thank the developers of the Saccadic Training for the quality and variety of the vision training. Their programme is excellent, it has helped me a lot to regain my vision and to become aware of the richness of what I see today.

The visual field impairment improved noticeably
Mrs F.:
"The visual field impairment improved noticeably"
Being able to actively do something myself through the eye training to overcome the hemianopsia to the left already encouraged me in the clinic. I was glad that I could continue training at home thanks to the Saccadic Training. The visual field restriction improved noticeably

Back to everyday life with the saccadic trainer
Mr. B.:
"Back to everyday life with the saccadic trainer"
After a stroke, this programme literally helped me back into everyday life. At first I just had to learn to 'bear' the pictures, then I could start with the exercises and at the end I could steadily improve my skills.
This programme has helped me to regain my mobility.
I have been using it for more than half a year and I am very satisfied.

...recommend with a good conscience
Mr. H.:
"...recommend with a good conscience"
I did the training more or less regularly. It did me good and also helped me in my everyday life. Today I no longer need the training and I can, among other things, work independently on the computer again. I can recommend the Saccadic Training with a clear conscience, especially for people with hemianopsia or neglect.