Memories are invaluable, defining who we are and how we connect with the world. With RemindMeCare anyone can easily capture and share them, whether music, images or words. And they’ll be there whenever we and our families need them.
The importance of memories
The RemindMeCare dementia app has made such a difference to the people living here in such a short space of time... particularly helping us engage with people living with dementia
CQC Inspector Report, Oaklands Care Home
People ask, 'How should I talk to someone with dementia'? RemindMeCare's elderly care and dementia app can be used to break the ice
Alison Wingfield, Manager Sam & Annie Cohen Centre
In future care homes, laughter, engagement and self esteem should be apparent. RemindMeCare's app offers that potential
Amina Memon, Prof of Psychology, UCL
People enjoy talking about their past. RemindMeCare's unique profiling dementia app is stronger than other systems I've have had experience with
Prof. S. Duckett, Royal Free Hospital
ReMe enables wards improve person centred care and develop acute care strategies for dementia care
Carol Munt, Patient Partner R. Berkshire Hospital NHS Trust
We're working with the dementia care app to explore how advanced person centred care can positively impact on reducing agitation, enhance nurse: patient engagement, improve mental and physical wellbeing and reduce the need for anti-psychotic medication and facilitate earlier discharge. It’s early days but we do believe that tech solutions like ReMe have an important role to play in improving the patient pathway and patient experience for those living with dementia.
Olivia Frimpong Service Improvement Lead Dementia and Delirium Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
RemindMeCare's packed with tools that really help both care and management. And it’s fun! We see it working with learning disabilities too.
Sue Hodder, Homelink Day Care Centre
As well as celebrating a persons life, RemindMeCare's portability is really useful for everyone, whether elderly or with dementia.
Sam Mauger, CEO AgeUK London
RemindMeCare's dementia app bought back so many fond memories. It's been inspiring.
Deidre O'Day, client, Kensington Chelsea & Westminster Memory Service
RemindMeCare's such a cost effective way to get carers using tablets to get to know service users.
A. Asimeng-Cann, Manager, Median Road Day Centre
I have to say RemindMeCare is brilliant - filling the gaps where there's no other software available
I. Bradford, Greenview care home
Improving person-centred care's at the heart of reaching outstanding care - the RemindMeCare elderly and dementia care app assists do just that
Mandy Thorn, Owner Uplands Care home
RemindMeCare connects me with my family more easily, when with them or when they're away.
Derek Davis, living at home with dementia, Chelsea
We use RemindMeCare with clients that don't have dementia. it’s fun for anyone
Amanda Brinn, Activity Coordinator, Among Friends in Wallington
It’s good that RemindMeCare's elder care app is available to all older people, to build up memories and better manage their day. And I've seen it being used for learning disabilities.
Margaret Dangoor, carer of husband with dementia and MODEM/LSE dementia researcher
We want to be at the forefront of innovation in the field of dementia care, and ReMe is helping us explore if tech such as tablets and Alexa can assist in achieving improved engagement
James Cook, Chelsea Court Place Care Home & Day Care Centre
Persons simply enjoy talking about their past...the unique profile created by RemindMecare makes the system a lot stronger than the other computer based systems that I have had experience with.
Prof. Stephane Duckett, clinical psychologist at the Royal Free Hospital
We use RemindMecare for activities that are really about the person, so we really get to know them. And they get to know us! ReMe's really fun but also helps us keep track of change. ..... ReMe has helped us discover so much more about our residents, and this really helps our engagement in their daily care. And families can now know the quality and content of the activities and care we provide
Lisa-Marie Ortiz, Signature Lifestyle care homes
Treating people as individuals must be at the heart of person centred care.
Prof Dawn Brooker, University of Worcester
We can use reminiscence as a way to remind people of past feelings of self-esteem, confidence and competence. By valuing their memories from the past, we show them that they are valued in the present.
Pam Schweitzer, MBE
Caring is just like life - the more you know me, the more you'll care about me.. For there's more to me than meets the eye.
Resident at Orion House