Constant Therapy, a Boston, MA-based provides iPad tools for continuous and personalized therapy to people with cognitive, language, communication and learning disorders, raised its first round of funding.
This round was led by Boston University, TiE Angels Boston and serial entrepreneur Andy Palmer.
The company intends to use the funds for the development of its mobile brain rehabilitation iPad solution as well as to launch and expand marketing efforts.
Founded in 2012 by CEO Veera Anantha, According to Constant Therapy provides solutions designed for use by victims of traumatic brain injury, stroke, aphasia and learning disabled clients in addition to speech and language pathologists/occupational therapists.
Clinicians can create customized rehabilitation programs for each patient, assign homework and monitor patient performance 24×7.