Our platform consists out of three different Apps. One for the individual living with dementia, one for (family) caregivers and one especially designed for residential care. Even more important, MindMate is already making a big difference in the life of thousands of people worldwide.
MindMate – Making people living with Dementia more independent.
Games – Stimulate grey matter.
The MindMate-App provides 8 fun and interactive Games to stimulate user’s cognitive abilities based on world-leading research and in consultation with University of Glasgow’s Geriatric medicine department. As a result, the individual living with Dementia will find an engaging and interactive way to stimulate brain activities.
My Life – Safe your memories.
Let people access all the personal information they need in our “Getting to know me” section. This is especially helpful, when a person with dementia has to leave their home and go to an hospital or care home. Aim: Help the carer or GP understand who the person is.
Tools – A helping hand
For those users who already live with an early stage of dementia, the MindMate-App provides a unique everyday-tools package. This package contains list-making applications, a “My Story” timeline tool, and helpful, customisable reminders. MindMate’s aim: Helping individuals to stay independent as long as possible!
My Wellbeing – The whole package
The MindMate-App also provides physical exercises and nutrition advice for a healthier lifestyle to stay mentally as well as physically fit. And brand-new: We now have MUSIC in our Alzheimer’s app. Listen & dance together with your loved-one to classics from the 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s.
What does MindMate do?
Our aim is to:
- Improve the self-management skills of those who live with dementia;
- Support the person with dementia as well as the carer in his/her everyday life; and
- Increase the quality of live for patients as well as carers.
Have a look on our “The MindMate-App page” to gain more insights.
How much is the app?
Why are you doing this?
Whats the science behind it?
As we know that this is not enough, also to ensure the quality of the app, we have a board of advisors, consisting of the Glasgow University Geriatric Medicine Department, a clinical psychologist, a private physiotherapist, a sport scientist and a qualified nutritionist. All our advisors have a special interest and research background in dementia and therefore keep the quality of our work up.
As we know that the best thing to do is to test our app in a study, we are currently in talks with a leading digital health organisation to conduct an impact study with us, to guarantee you the best quality user experience with the MindMate App.