While there is no cure or disease-modifying treatment for dementia, there is increasing evidence that changing certain lifestyle and cardiovascular factors can have a positive effect on outcomes.
Current services rely heavily on secondary care, whereas some of these interventions are often offered in primary care in a fragmented fashion.
This is compounded by increasing case numbers and a rather passive acceptance that nothing can be done, especially by the person with dementia who is often measured by their increasing disability, rather than their current ability.
Personalise and democratise early dementia care.
Proactively identify early Alzheimer's and introduce personalised, tailored solutions for patients and caregivers
Promote Lifestyle Changes and increase access to care to reduce disease severity or rate of decline in cognitive and functional impairment.
Provide comprehensive digital psychological content to support caregivers aiming to reduce burden and promote longevity and health.
In the long term, we believe this will alter the current path of dementia and delay the need for full-time care.
Screen for Dementia Risk and Provide a multi domain approach to positively impact the outcomes of the disease in both early patients and their caregivers
Educate Caregivers and Patients affected with Dementia on the the Pillars of Healthier Aging
Offer an integrated plan using cognitive behavioural techniques to improve various modifiable risk and protective factors:
In turn, our hope is that this allows people to
as is now the approach with cancer.