Neuradom is the embodiment of several observations. In France, there are almost 130,000 strokes every year, around 3,000,000 falls among the elderly - a major factor in their becoming dependent - 150,000 new cases of Parkinson's disease and almost 900,000 cases of Alzheimer’s disease.
These chronic diseases require a specialist environment that allows sufferers to remain independent for as long as possible. Crucially, several recent scientific publications have shown that home rehabilitation programmes give better results than those carried out in a rehabilitation centre.
The second observation relates to the lack of specialist rehabilitation facilities. The third concerns changes in public policy, which have meant a general reduction in hospital capacity and the promotion of alternative solutions, particularly home care. Following the decrees on telemedicine, the new law on social security funding envisages, albeit timidly, fixing rates for the remote monitoring of chronic diseases and certain telemedicine practices.
For all of these reasons, we wanted to create an integrated solution that offers our patients adapted, customised and monitored rehabilitation programmes, with sufficient intensity and duration of care to enable them to retain or retrieve full independence.