Slogan: "Driving your own recovery"

What is OnTrack?

OnTrack is a new rehabilitation system that encourages you to use your arm as much as possible. It uses smart sensors to count the minutes of movement you complete with your arm during the day – just like a step counter but for your arm. OnTrack helps to keep you motivated throughout your recovery.

A research participant and a therapist chatting
The OnTrack app on a smartphone and smart watch

Supported management

OnTrack enables users to keep on top of their rehabilitation needs. It provides evidence-based coaching support hinged on principles of self-management. OnTrack has been developed by the Helix Centre in collaboration with over 200 stroke survivors and therapists.

Intro to OnTrack

Watch our team providing a background on stroke care and recovery, and illustrate some of the principles behind OnTrack.

Duration - 02:11

Tina's story

Tina had a stroke in early 2020, just before lockdown started in the UK. Hear about her recovery journey and how, with determination, she has managed to go back to work.

Duration - 01:35

Partners & Collaborators

Helix Centre logo
Imperial College London logo
Royal College of Art logo
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust logo
Central London Community Healthcare NHS Trust logo
Hounslow and Richmond Community Healthcare NHS Trust logo
Imperial College Health Partners logo
Kingston and St George's University of London logo
McBrideCQ logo
National Institute for Health Research Imperial Biomedical Research Centre logo
Small Business Research Initiative logo
Aspect logo
Daiichi Sankyo logo

Get Involved

There are many ways in which you can help us build the future of OnTrack.
See the current opportunities below, or simply drop us a line over email if you have anything else in mind.

Patient & carer research community

Become part of our growing community of stroke survivors and family members.

We are developing the next-generation technologies that will help people in their rehabilitation and life after stroke.

Current patient research opportunity

We're inviting people to participate in a paid (£60) two-hour lab session at Imperial College London.

If you can travel to London and had a stroke that affected your arm and you’d be interested in this research, please sign up.

You can make a big difference!

Pilot program with NHS & private therapy teams

We have a number of therapy teams that are part of our pilot program.

If you would like to learn more about this unique opportunity for UK based service providers, please get in touch.