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Alz You Need was featured on BeingPatient.com. See our Caregiver-in-Chief’s take on technology.
Are you overwhelmed trying to plan for something that is altogether unpredictable? You are not alone. Fortunately innovative technology tools can help, making caregiving just a little bit easier.
For a person living with dementia, recognizing and communicating the early symptoms of UTIs is challenging, allowing the infection to progress and the discomfort to worsen. Meet Pixie: a Smart Pad that helps communicate what your loved one often can’t.
Ever wondered what it would be like to see the world as your loved one does? New technologies, enabling virtual reality interactive experiences, are making this possible - opening a new world for Alzheimer’s and dementia caregiving.
We all have daily checklists... But how often do you think about your loved one's sensitive information? Learn more about technology that can help you can enhance document & financial security.
Are you struggling with medication management? It can be very challenging to help your loved one stay on track. Do you find that doses are frequently taken in the wrong amounts, at the wrong time, or missed altogether? These technologies can help.
Do you feel anxious and overwhelmed by the day-to-day tasks of being a caregiver? Are you looking for greater balance in your life and effective stress management tools to help achieve this? Mindfulness meditation may be able to help.
With the rising cost of institutional care, families are increasingly seeking alternative solutions when caring for their loved ones from a distance. Technology has made possible “monitored independence,” launching a new world of possibilities for both care recipients and their families.
Across the country, families are using technology solutions to provide the highest quality of care for their loved ones living with Alzheimer’s and dementia. Technology is increasingly allowing the elderly to age in place — protected, monitored, and engaged remotely. How can technology help you?
Technology has the power to make caregiving easier, finding it is the challenge. Here are some helpful tips to guide you in your search for dementia assistive technology.
Alz You Need had two amazing weekends back-to-back where we had the opportunity to interact with hundreds of customers and potential partners. We are proud to have been featured on CBS during CaringKind's Second Annual Technology Fair yesterday. And last weekend, we were finalists in Smith College’s Draper Competition for Women in Entrepreneurship and were also showcased at Colgate's Annual Entrepreneurship Weekend. Tremendous progress and much more to come!
This document matches the seven stages of Alzheimer’s disease with their most appropriate technology solutions based on the symptoms and recommended actions listed in Being Patient’s “The Seven Stages of Alzheimer’s” document.