See how Simucase helps OT students and
professionals learn in a virtual environment.
Use simulations to assess, complete diagnostic findings, make recommendations, and provide intervention for virtual patients.
There are four types of simulations to help improve your clinical skills and gain clinical experience.
The patient video library includes a variety of engaging video clips that cover
valuable topic areas in occupational therapy. Watch on demand and earn observation hours.
Mary is a 72 year-old female status-post left mastectomy and left axillary lymph node dissection, chemotherapy and radiation. She is being treated by a certified lymphedema therapist.
Chloe is a 9-year-old girl with mild intellectual disability and autism spectrum disorder who is referred for an annual occupational therapy evaluation. You are assigned to complete the Goal-Oriented Assessment of Lifeskills (GOAL) with Chloe and report your findings. This simulation is presented in partnership with Western Psychological Services and their Graduate Student Alliance Program (GSAP).
Chloe’s average time for mastery level competency is 75 minutes.