The number of hospitalizations due to dementia that are preventable


The global annual cost for dementia is expected to rise to$2 trillion by 2030


The number of people with Alzheimer’s is expected to triple by 2050

Dementia is a major cause of disability and dependency among older adults worldwide, affecting memory, cognitive abilities, and behavior, ultimately interfering with one’s ability to perform daily activities. There is a tremendous strain on the Individuals, Families and the System, with late or missed dementia detection. Unpaid caregivers take on the majority of the time and expense at the detriment of their health.

“In 2015, dementia affected 47 million people worldwide, a figure that will increase to 75 million in 2030 and 132 million by 2050”

Lack of Healthcare Workers

Lack of Healthcare Workers

WHO estimates a need by 2030 for 40 million new health and social care jobs globally. In addressing dementia, expanding the health and social care workforce.

Access to Dementia Education

Out-of-pocket Expenses

In Canada, unpaid caregivers play an essential role in supporting health care infrastructure.

Out-of-pocket Expenses

Access to Dementia Education

Educating the public is also a needed component of preventing abuse, neglect, and exploitation  of people living with dementia.

Accurate Data

Accurate Data

Current data collection methods are mixed, inaccurate and vary across Canada and the USA.

“There is a growing body of evidence that healthy living is key to preventing dementia. Whether as a caregiver to a family member or friend, as a person living with dementia or in interactions at work or community involvement, many of us will encounter dementia at some point in our daily lives”

Ginette Petitpas Taylor Minister of Heath - Canada

Our Solution

HealthTech for seniors, specializing in people living with dementia who could benefit from additional assistance with social, mental and physical stimulation. The secured video platform allows for real-time facial recognition, easy click-on-the-pic calling, and approved caregiver controls to enter video without acceptance from the senior. Take advantage of the platform by allowing touch-screen games to be played between callers to increase socialization and cognitive exercise while connecting from anywhere in the world.

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We are building in public to advance early detection and diagnosis services to underserved communities.

This product is available for anyone who would like to participate and make a difference!

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People living with dementia can benefit from our focus on ease of use, so that they may communicate with facial recognition video of their loved ones

Approved family/friend caregivers can monitor the health and safety of the individual or attend in-room medical appointments virtually

Researchers can use our video data, facial recognition, and machine learning algorithms to participate in co-developing detection and diagnosis capabilities

Healthcare providers can provide virtual health services, prescriptions, and other therapies through the platform

Advocacy groups can utilize the platform to educate the population and what measures can be taken to prevent or slow dementia