Thrive global: Destigmatizing Mental Health in China, Slowly But Surely

Source: Thrive Global Jul 31, 2017 Yan Mei Researcher for Alibaba Destigmatizing Mental Health in China, Slowly But Surely The Chinese government is making efforts to recognize mental illness as a public health issue, but progress has been slow. Compared to other countries, China has a much lower per capita number of mental health professionals. China had roughly 23,000[…]

Cognitive Leap Affiliate Cogleap Child Attention and Emotional Health Center Debuts in China

  Cogleap Child Attention and Emotional Health Center is launched in Shanghai: training children’s concentration and emotional management From September 1st to 2nd, Cogleap Child Attention and Emotional Health Center from the United States was highly popular among the participating parents at the 2018 Shanghai Children’s Fair.   Cogleap Child Attention and Emotional Health Center[…]

Cognitive Leap Co-founder Shan Zhong Invited to Present at Harvard Virtual Reality and Healthcare Symposium

Mar. 5-6 2018 Cognitive Leap Cofounder Shan Zhong was invited to present at annual Harvard Virtual Reality and Healthcare Symposium 2018. The conference invites speakers from innovative and leading companies in VR and technology industry, which include Google, HP, HTC, etc. Shan shared one presentation with the title: Pioneering innovation of VR and AI in[…]

Launching Virtual Classroom Attention Evaluation System Pilot Test in Shanghai Mental Hospital

Date May 2016 We are excited to announce that our innovative Virtual Classroom Attention Evaluation System is starting a pilot with one of the leading mental health hospitals in Shanghai. The pilot will include the children diagnosed with ADHD. With this trial, we aim to demonstrate the value of the Virtual Classroom Attention Evaluation System and[…]

Launching Virtual Classroom Attention Evaluation System Pilot Study in North Carolina

Date: Dec 2017 We are excited to announce that our innovative Virtual Classroom Attention Evaluation System is starting a pilot with Duke affiliate clinic. The pilot will include both normal children and children diagnosed with ADHD. With this trial, we aim to demonstrate the value of the Virtual Classroom Attention Evaluation System and generate objective[…]