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.
Vince Cable, former Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills
ReMe for Home Care
RemindMeCare is free for people cared for at home, their family & friends. Register your family for a free trial today.
We're also working with mental health, learning disabilities, foster care and other care sectors ..... ask us if you would like to learn more.
'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
Well-designed and sensitively delivered self-management interventions can be beneficial for people with dementia, helping them feel better able to manage everyday life and deal with any challenges they may face.
Prof Linda Clare, Professor of Clinical Psychology of Ageing and Dementia
Treating people as individuals must be at the heart of person centred care.
Prof. Dawn Brooker, University of Worcester
It's only by thinking about each person deeply, that we can respond to their unique needs and give the best possible care.
Graham Stokes, Director of Dementia Care, Bupa
Treating someone with dignity and compassion doesn’t cost anything.
Andrea Sutcliffe, CQC
Demfest launch August 2016
We partners in an event we're holding in Richmond; a day out for older persons and persons with dementia.