Part I: Virtual Rehabilitation: A Brief Review of the Future: Virtual reality (VR) has in the last 25 years transitioned from the realm of expensive toy to functional technology. Though VR initially suffered an imbalanced "expectation-to-delivery" ratio, the idea of producing simulated environments for the systematic delivery of ecologically relevant stimulus events and challenges was compelling and made intuitive sense for testing, training, and treatment in neuropsychology. Fortunately, the technology has caught up with the vision and VR assessment/rehabilitation applications now leverage usable, useful, and lower-cost systems. This presentation, which includes live demonstrations, gives an overview of the many ways VR has evolved to shape the future of neuropsychological and physical rehabilitation. Part II: Digital Rehabilitation: Applications in the Present: Digital technologies have transformed the way we work, socialize, shop, spend leisure time, and perhaps even the way we think. Their promise in rehabilitation has long been recognized, but the extent to which they have been incorporated into clinical practice is limited. As the COVID-19 pandemic has given us first-hand experience of technology as a powerful enabler, this trend may be changing. In this session we review the evidence for using digital technologies in neuropsychological rehabilitation and use clinical examples to illustrate a range of ways in which practical technologies, including smart phone apps, can be incorporated into practice to compensate for deficits in memory and executive function and contribute to improved rehabilitation outcomes.