Our Story

Over the years, we’ve been repeatedly told that our Activity Based software, by its very ability to engender deeper engagement and enhanced person centred care, was also functioning as a training system. And furthermore, courtesy of the responsiveness of those with dementia to the found content that is truly bespoke, that we had also built a tool that was promoting learning in the person being cared for.

So it has not been a surprise to us that RemindMeCare has attracted the interest of those outside of the field of dementia and elderly care. For, the system puts the person at the centre of the activities, engages them with bespoke tablet based content discovered through activities and, if they have capacity, offers them the means to manage content directly themselves.


With its unique ability to generate content that matches the person, RemindMeCare significantly improves care. RemindMeCare makes it possible to ‘know the person’ to a degree not previously achievable.

And with a suite of digital business functionality ‘wrapped around’ enhanced person centered care tools, significant changes can take place; client and carer engagement and job satisfaction increases, calming and learning strategies can be established, families become involved, paperwork is reduced and reporting becomes easier. And with capacity self-managed activities can be provided.

ReMe is not Care Planning software, which is about recording data (although it does plenty of that). Its Activity Based Software. It’s about discovering the person and using this knowledge to enhance the care process.

Client satisfaction increases, carer engagement and job satisfaction grows, families become more involved, paperwork is reduced and reporting becomes easier.

Most importantly, a value add service can be provided in which the family can view the outcomes of the visit and participate in providing better care for their loved on. Whether you provide RemindMeCare as a special offer to generate more hours or charge to improve your revenue, RemindMeCare quickly becomes a business and care asset.


Next Steps

We could talk more about our beliefs of the potential for RemindMeCare (aka ReMe) and our experiences using it experimentally with those with Learning Disabilities, cerebral palsy and other cognitively impairing conditions, but we would not at this stage of the development of RemindMeCare outside of the elderly care sector, feel qualified to make any claims.

However, whilst we have a lot to learn and work to do, ReMe is ready for use. And furthermore, we’re currently working with leading academia, consultants, local authorities and housing associations to configure ReMe’s unique ability to deliver person centred care in a manner so as to be suited for LD’s and MCI.


So, if you also would like to trial, use or assist us as we progress towards the systems optimisation for these new sectors, then please do contact us. We would relish your participation.