Physical and cognitive stimulation groups

Physical and cognitive stimulation groups are group sessions that aim, on the one hand, to improve strength, mobility, and coordination and, on the other hand, cognitive skills such as improving memory, attention, language, or reasoning of our patients. Our specialized therapists tailor these groups to meet the individual needs and goals of each patient, and they lead the groups. This is an ideal activity for improving social integration and motivation.
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Who it is for:

Physical and cognitive stimulation groups are good practice for patients with different pathologies, including Parkinson's disease, dementia, multiple sclerosis, acquired brain injuries, and developmental disorders. It includes adults who have difficulty with movement in their daily lives and/or lack cognitive stimuli.

  • How we treat the pathology and its symptoms:

    Our therapists use a variety of exercises and playful activities to improve strength, coordination and balance, as well as to stimulate memory and other cognitive skills. They also provide a safe and stimulating environment for patients to learn and practice new skills at their own pace.