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Patients & Caregivers

We want to help you tell your story, track your symptoms, provide education about clinical trials, and share treatment options.

Why Is Traumatic Brain Injury Data So Important?

Depending on the Severity of the Injury, TBI Can Result in a Range of Symptoms Including:

Headaches, dizziness, difficulty thinking, memory loss, seizures, and changes in mood or behavior. In some cases, The Center for Disease Control (CDC) has now reported that TBIs are a chronic condition which can be life-threatening or result in long-term disabilities some of which are ADHD, Cardiovascular disease, Diabetes, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s even Suicide.  The effects can be devastating and long-lasting, impacting cognitive, physical, and emotional functions, seriously impacting a person’s daily life in every aspect.

 

TBIs can affect anyone, from athletes to veterans to everyday people going about their daily lives, regardless of age or background. They can be caused by a variety of factors, including falls, car accidents, and sports-related injuries. 

That's why it's so important for patients and caregivers to have access to the right resources to help manage the recovery process. And that's where our digital health tech portal comes in.

One of the Most Critical Aspects of TBI Management is Tracking Symptoms & Triggers

For patients and caregivers, tracking TBI symptoms is critical for monitoring progress and identifying patterns that may help improve outcomes. Every person with a TBI is unique, and their symptoms and triggers can vary greatly. By tracking these patterns, patients and caregivers can better understand the injury's impact on their loved ones and take proactive steps to improve outcomes.  By tracking symptoms over time, patients can better understand how their injury is affecting their daily life and identify triggers that may be exacerbating their symptoms. This information can then be shared with healthcare providers to help guide treatment decisions and improve care. 

Our platform is designed to give patients and caregivers more control over their health outcomes by providing them with personalized data that they can use to track these symptoms and triggers related to their TBI. Power of Patients® helps you turn your experiences and words into powerful data, usable by patient, caregiver, and the medical community at large all to help the patient progress in recovery and symptom management. By using Sallie®, we turn your words into data which helps guide your provider with clinical decision support [CDS] personalized just for you.

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Our Solution: Sallie® The Virtual Therapy Dog

Sallie®: Our 24/7 Virtual Therapy Dog

We offer patients and caregivers access to a 24/7 virtual therapy dog named Sallie®, who guides patients in their recovery from a brain injury by tracking symptoms and triggers. This personalized approach to TBI management is a game-changer, and we are proud to be at the forefront of this movement.

With this simple and easy-to-use tool for tracking symptoms and triggers, patients and caregivers can better understand the impact of their brain injury on their daily life and identify areas where they can make improvements. This leads to better health outcomes, improved quality of life, and a sense of empowerment to take control of their health, and speed up the recovery process.

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We continue to expand Sallie®’s training and aid to other patients with brain-related needs. We now have:

  • Caregiver features

  • Stroke features

  • Dementia/MCI and other neurological conditions which can be for Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, Lewy Body, Autism, etc.

​And we have plans to continue growing Sallie® to serve as a tool for all chronic conditions and the age-in-place community.

Taking the Data to Your Providers & Beyond

Providers use your data when you invite them to “see” the information you’ve recorded in the Power of Patients® portal. This is key for your treatment. As Sallie® helps you keep track between visits and relay information to your medical team, Sallie® creates a new window into your daily struggles, allowing your providers to see the full picture of your triggers and symptoms. Providers can use this data to develop the absolute best personalized care. It can help them adjust your treatment in real-time and in between office visits. Additionally, they can analyze your symptoms and triggers on micro and macro levels, identifying patterns and paths forward, creating a more-comprehensive treatment plan.

 

By enabling you to share their data with their healthcare providers, Sallie® fosters greater collaboration and engagement between patients and their providers.

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But providing this as a resource to patients is just the beginning. By joining our digital health tech community and portal, patients and caregivers can not only benefit from personalized data to help manage their recovery process, but they can also contribute to the wider medical community's understanding of traumatic brain injuries. It's a win-win situation that offers benefits to everyone involved.

 

By building a data warehouse of unique patient-reported symptom and trigger data, we are providing insights that have never been available before. Researchers can use this data to design targeted clinical trials. This data can also be used to guide policy makers to fund services where patients are reporting deficits, and the pharmaceutical and device industries can recruit appropriate patients for clinical trials.

Get Started:
Take Charge of Your Health

Join our Power of Patients® platform today to take charge of your health and advocate for your outcomes. By tracking your own data, you can help yourself, contribute to the wider audience of researchers and the medical community studying traumatic brain injuries, and even help save lives.

Don't wait – the time is now to join our community and take control of your health. Together, we can make a difference in the lives of millions of people impacted by traumatic brain injuries.

Steps to Take NOW:

  • Sign-up for our newsletter

  • Register on Sallie®

  • Invite a friend/caregiver/family member/patient advocate

  • Invite your Provider/medical team

  • Have a support group that may be interested? Share this resource!

  • Contact us with questions or Schedule a Demo

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