Simucase offers plans to fit everyone's needs - from individual to institution.
Get unlimited access to our comprehensive platform, which includes patient simulations,
observation videos, and a bank of questions to test and assess your expertise!
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Unlimited access to all of Simucase
Discounted bulk pricing is available.
All users get unlimited access.
See how telesupervision services can benefit your students and program.
All subscriptions include:
- - Clinical simulations
- - Video observation library
- - Part-task trainers
- - Knowledge bank (coming soon)
- - High exposure
- - Unlimited branding and product education opportunities
- - Ability to track and report metrics
Frequently Asked Questions
Are there free trials of Simucase?
If you're interested in trying Simucase for your program, contact email@example.com.
What are the benefits of Simucase in a university program?
Faculty members using Simucase say that it is a cost-effective tool to build students’ confidence. It allows students to practice skills on difficult cases with no risk to clients. Read more about what faculty say here.
Is there special equipment I need to implement Simucase?
Where does Simucase content come from?
Simucase content is provided by families and clinicians from a variety of hospitals, schools, and clinics across the United States. Each simulation is created from an actual client and submitted by a practicing clinician.
How do universities typically purchase Simucase?
Over half of the universities using Simucase purchase memberships for their students via a built-in lab or technology fee. These memberships are purchased with a PO or credit card. Other times, Simucase is assigned like a textbook for a particular class and students purchase their own memberships. Simucase may also be sold via a bookstore. Please contact us for a quote or if you have additional questions.
The benefits of using Simucase
"We are excited that our students are gaining experience with tests and cases and becoming more familiar with the diagnostic process prior to actually having a live human in front of them."
— Lisa A. Scott, PhD, CCC-SLP, F-ASHA