A typical Example
Arthur lives at home and has early stage dementia. His family found ReMe and use it daily to support their care needs.
They use ReMe to build Arthur’s profile and life story, capture and preserve his memories, define his preferences and store this ever-expanding knowledge within ReMeVault, to ensure security and portability.
They found a lawyer, domiciliary carers and even organised a dementia friendly cruise for him using ReMe’s support website. And they chose assistive tech that integrates with ReMe to ensure convenience of remote management.
Arthur loves receiving the ‘live’ photos his care circle send him, and they also create music playlists and movie recommendations for him. Arthur enjoys ReMe’s quizzes and cognitive activities and uses the voice activation option often. He feels connected.
He self-manages his daily care, but the family also use ReMe’s voice activated calendars to remotely auto-prompt him regarding medication and hydration (beta). ReMe helps Arthur start his day properly and reminds him of the important things in his life such as his family, memories and music, and generally reassures him and keeps him occupied.
His domiciliary carers can easily engage with him on topics that currently interest him as presented in ReMe. And when he becomes agitated they quickly access personal and familiar content that calms him.
When a carer moves in to look after Arthur, the family remotely monitor his wellbeing. ReMe presents local activities and they can monitor his take up.