The SilverFit team wishes you happy holidays and a wonderful 2018 filled with new highlights. To inspire you we share some of our highlights of 2017
An American speech-therapist talks about the advantages of a biofeedback treatment of dysphagia (swallowing problems) with the SilverFit Rephagia on people suffering from a brain injury or a spinal cord injury
New research shows that older people do not have to intensify their physical activity, but should rather exercise more often. Intensive exercise has beneficial effects on health, but to prevent immobility, it is more important to spend more time exercising.
In this video, an elderly woman shares her impressions on her daily training at home with the SilverFit Compact. She is one of the participants who tested our home system in the context of the EnterTrain project
The impact of a fall at an old age can be very serious. That is why fall prevention is so important. But what is really the most effective way to prevent elderly people from falling? Canadians researchers recently gathered a great deal of the existing research on fall prevention in a meta-analysis
Recently, speech therapists from various health facilities gathered to share their experience on the use of the SilverFit Rephagia
The enthusiastic conductor who makes moving to music so great is now speaking Dutch in the SilverFit Alois
Today, on World Occupational Therapy Day, we celebrate the occupational therapists work.
With the new game Trail Making, offered by the SilverFit Alois, the elderly highly enjoy the drawing and guessing of images
The ‘Fitness for swallowing’ research of ‘Stichting De Trans’ wins the NPGZ incentive prize 2017
A British pilot study at Belong Macclesfield looked into the impact of training using a SilverFit 3D and a SilverFit Mile
In 2016, the SilverFit team decided to donate some of our profit to charity; we voted for three charity organizations: KanjerKetting, The National Foundation for the Elderly, and Alzheimer Nederland