Personalized training for
an optimized brain

Meet eMazeBrain

Why is eMazeBrain needed?

19,000,000 children in the USA are diagnosed with developmental disorders. There is a shortage of ~230,000 healthcare providers. Following a diagnosis, it may take up to a year before a child meets the first healthcare provider.

Therapy sessions are too short and the time between sessions is too long, thus the effectiveness of the therapy is measured in years and patients may have to rely on it their entire life.

What is eMazeBrain?

eMazeBrain is an online SaaS platform developed by healthcare providers for healthcare providers.

With eMazeBrain, children diagnosed with developmental disorders can receive their first exercises right away.

Healthcare providers may create a therapy plan and execute it immediately.
Our AI algorithm generates personalized brain-games as at-home assignments.
We provide continuous exercises, personally tailored to each patient.
Healthcare providers receive continual feedback and can monitor the progress and compliance of each patient.

Our solution is designed according to a unique approach, based on the most up to date research and years of clinical experience.

Providers from various disciplines can use our system, and by combining the eMazeBrain platform in their tool box, should expect to achieve faster clinical outcomes, and be able to reach and help significantly more patients.

Patients working with these providers should expect a faster improvement in function, a decrease in direct and indirect costs, and an improvement in their quality of life.

Who can eMazeBrain help?

Our system has the ability to support the care plan and therapy of many professionals, and so help children with various difficulties and diagnosis. These include, but are not limited to:

Attention Deficit And Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD)

Developmental Coordination disorder (DCD)



Other Learning Disabilities (LD)

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

For healthcare providers:

Who can we partner with?

We’ve designed eMazeBrain to be used by professionals with an extensive array of clinical skills. Some may choose to use our system to improve specific neural networks by targeting specific brain regions, such as the orbital frontal cortex or the cerebellum on one side or another. Others may prefer to target specific functional skills such as attention or working memory. Our algorithm will then convert the functional skills selected into the appropriate brain regions, so that the training is as specific as possible for each patient.

This unique ability allows us to work with and help professionals from almost any discipline, working towards improvement of function and quality of life. This includes, but not limited to:



Functional Neurology Specialists

Occupational Therapists

Physical Therapists

Speech Therapists

Vision Therapists/Optometrists

Special Education & Corrective Learning Teachers

Personalized brain games

Every one of the games our system generates as part of the therapy prescribed by our healthcare provider partners, is specifically designed to target specific brain regions and specific functional skills. We can change the intensity level of the games, as well as the frequency and duration in which they are played. We can change colors, movement directions, background and object types and more, so that each game helps in activating selected brain networks, and provide the user with training that is unique to their needs, and helps them get the results they want, faster. This is the reason eMazeBrain is such a powerful tool and why our partners and their patients love it.

Here are some examples:

Down they go

1. In this game, players must swipe the image from the center of the screen to the side it belongs to, as fast as possible. 
2. This game requires good object recognition, visual saccades (fast eye movements) and inhibition abilities. These skills are associated with functions of the right hemisphere, especially the parietal lobe and the orbital frontal cortex, the cerebellum, the indirect pathway of the basal ganglia and the mesencephalon.
3. Playing this game can help people with hyperactivity, impulsivity and overall lack of inhibition difficulties, as well as social awkwardness, personal contact difficulties and more.

Arithmetic Challenge

1. In this game, players must find the correct answer to the given equation and click it.
2. This game requires simple math calculation, eye-hand coordination, visual scanning, as well as mental rotation and eye tracking abilities. These are associated with the parietal lobe, more so on the left, as well as the cerebellum and the frontal lobes, more so on the left side.
3. Playing this game can help people with basic calculation difficulties, reading difficulties, lack of motivation, depression, low immune function and more.

Follow the Moskva

1. In this game, players must look at a sequence of images as they appear on the screen, then pick out the ones that they saw from the answers presented.
2. This game requires good visual saccades (fast eye movements), working memory and object recognition. These skills are associated with the prefrontal cortex, the superior and medial temporal lobe, the brainstem and the cerebellum.
3. Playing this game can help people with balance difficulties and dizziness, short term memory, reading difficulties, lack of inhibition and more. 

In my skin

1. In this game, players must click the stop button when the colored image perfectly merges with the grayscale contour. 
2. This game requires good visual tracking, spatial awareness and timing. These skills are associated with functions of the Parietal and Temporal lobes, the brainstem and the cerebellum.
3. Playing this game can help people with coordination difficulties, motion sickness, reading difficulties, balance problems and more.

Barak Aviv


Dr. Omer Hirsh


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