It clarifies the position of mobility within the ICF Health Condition matrix for Dyskinetic Cerebral Palsy (DCP) and what impact the improvement of personal mobility for individuals with DCP has. The course will show you what important role the CoMoveIT Smart system plays in this.
The training also focuses on the CoMoveIT Smart as a product. You learn how to install the smart steering system, how to position it optimally for the user and how the user can be taught how to drive.

Thanks to the autocalibration and the self-learning algorithm of the CoMoveIT Smart, this CoMoveIT Academy course (and your support time from now on) will focus on achieving therapeutic driving by the user.

Take part in CoMoveIT Academy



“We intubate babies after a difficult birth and give respiration, we keep premature babies alive, we give them medication,...

If they do end up with a disability, then we also have a duty to let them really live... don't we?

They have the right like anyone else to move with maximum independence... don't they?

That is our role as society, and as therapist I fully subscribe that goal.

(Elegast Monbaliu)


THE LANCET Neurology, Sept 2017,


Clinical presentation and management of dyskinetic cerebral palsy.



 Sensors 2019, 


Development of a Data Logger for Capturing Human-Machine Interaction in Wheelchair Head-Foot Steering Sensor System in Dyskinetic Cerebral Palsy



EJPN. 2020, 


Dystonia and choreoathetosis presence and severity in relation to powered wheelchair mobility performance in children and youth with dyskinetic cerebral palsy



Disability and Rehabilitation, May 2021,


Exercise load and physical activity intensity in relation to dystonia and choreoathetosis during powered wheelchair mobility in children and youth with dyskinetic cerebral palsy





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