CogniCare is an app for families looking after someone with dementia. It is designed to improve the caring experience by providing advice and resources to help with daily tasks and promote the carer's wellbeing.
This is such a great app to use if you are a carer for someone with dementia. Very easy to use and the tips and articles are so helpful.
I like the range of information and resources available on the app…Thanks again for a cracking resource!
This is exactly what I was thinking needs to exist. It’s just brilliant.”
Functional, practical and useful.
Best regards and congratulations on your app. It has a lot of interesting information.
Very useful app for family carers of people with dementia. Easy to use, even for older people who arent great with technology. Really like that you can also access the information in the app via Alexa. Will continue to use this for my Grandfather.
Dr. Pat Williams
This is the app that, until now, I have been searching for in vain. When four of my friends were diagnosed with dementia in one year, their carers set about finding help. This took up far more time than they had available as the information had to be sourced from so many places. Now they can turn to the CogniCare App to find answers to all their needs on one site. Brilliant.
Dr. Shiva Kumar
Over the last decade I have seen a drastic increase in patients with Alzheimer’s or Parkinson. CogniCare will help me understand my patients better and therefore suggest a more personalised care plan.
Dr. Anand Doshi
Best app, user friendly. Systematic way in managing dementic patients.
Founder of Tapas
With CogniCare, caregivers at Tapas can now monitor all the residents with more ease and keep track of their conditions in a detailed manner. The app also means I don't have to keep files of papers anymore and can be more transparent with the resident's families.
Deputy Director of Alzheimer Scotland
Over the last year the CogniHealth team have embedded their App development in a human rights based approach across our dementia community in Scotland. The team are working diligently to ensure they have a digital option for carers, that has been thoughtfully produced, and have been supported by Alzheimer Scotland in this journey.
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