PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA MAY LOSE COGNITIVE ABILITIES

 

BUT THEY DO NOT STOP EXPERIENCING LIFE

 

PERSONAL MUSIC, PHOTOS AND STORIES ARE KEY

 

TO UNLOCKING MEANINGFUL AND COMFORTING CONNECTIONS


Alzheimer’s Disease and related dementias result in the loss of rational thought. As people lose the ability to recall or sequence information, they need others to provide care.

Despite worsening memories and loss of abilities, people with dementia never stop experiencing life. Connecting with personalized music, images, videos and stories not only enhances the care recipient’s mood, but it also builds emotional trust with the care team, and ultimately, improves the caregiving experience for everyone.

 
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Our Work

We have partnered with some of the leading innovators in elder care to build solutions that empower and educate caregivers, including:

Music & Memory Tablet Engagement Training

Tablet setup and training designed for retirement communities, assisted living, and nursing centers.

ElderHelp’s Online Course for Family Caregivers

A free online course for employed family caregivers.

Dementia & Alzheimer’s Wellbeing Network (DAWN) Animated Video

An animated video that explains the good news about dementia care.


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Services

Technology Training for Caregivers

Our in-house gerontologist works with a team of technologists to build custom training programs for your care organization.

Online Course Building

We create a variety of content including interactive webpages, videos, animations, quizzes, and surveys for your online courses. 

Mobile Device Deployment and Management

Leave the hardware to us - we provide purchasing, leasing, configuration, deployment, and device management solutions.

Surveys & Data Reporting

Our team develops benchmarks and surveys to measure desired program outcomes.


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iPad Resources

Many professional and family caregivers are new to mobile technology. Our team has designed a series of resources designed to help new learners adopt one of the most effect tools for engagement - the iPad.