The Memoryz team is excited to announce that we have officially launched our mobile application today; you can download it from the AppStore and Google Play store.

Memoryz is redefining family-focused dementia care by connecting caregivers and their loved ones through activity reporting, task reminders, and chat-based companionship. As the global dementia incidence grows in unison with the financial and mental burden faced by caregivers, we are alleviating this toll by improving transparency in the care process. We marry decades of caregiving experience with our affinity for software to provide a user-focused, chat-driven approach to a disease-based problem.

Please leave a comment below and let us know how you are liking the Memoryz application so far.

At the start of every year, Canadian citizens celebrate Alzheimer’s Awareness Month.

Before we welcome the new month, we want to take a moment to acknowledge the importance of Alzheimer’s Awareness Month. The Memoryz team is encouraging everyone to continue to bring awareness to the immediate realities of Alzheimer’s disease. It is essential to continue to amplify the experience of people living with dementia, their caregivers, and all the healthcare providers who supported them.

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This disease affects millions of Canadians each year, and it is important to remain informed of the impact of this disease through relevant scientific information. …

All you need to know

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Deciding on the right long-term care home for your loved one is a difficult decision to make. Most families don’t get enough time to make this critical decision because of the rapid changes in their loved ones' mental or physical health which result in the need for immediate placement into a long-term care home. There are a number of ways to make this decision much easier. Below you’ll find tips to consider when you are making the decision for your loved one.

1. Research- Familiarize yourself with the type of long-term care facilities that are available for your loved ones…

FAQs when it comes to caregiving and support programs

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Whether by choice or not, being a caregiver for someone you care about can be a scary thing. Sometimes it happens in the blink of an eye and drops a lot of responsibilities on people who might not have the education or background to deal with such a lifestyle. Since then, the Memoryz team has compiled a quick guide for new caregivers with all the things you need to know:

Find a Support Network
You are not alone. If you have any other family members or friends, use all the help you can get. One person can’t be everything for everybody…

A conversation with David Leroy Sellers

Meet David Leroy Sellers!

David is a caregiver based in Liverpool. He currently shares caregiving for his mother with his sisters. Recently, due to COVID-19 he has undertaken caregiving for his mother alone after moving in with her. In his interview, he shares the story of his mother’s diagnosis and his own coping mechanism like taking things one at a time. He is fortunate enough to have the support of his family to care for his mother.

And what does it mean to be one

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What does it mean to be a caregiver? Dictionaries define it as: “a family member or paid helper who regularly looks after a child or a sick, elderly, or disabled person”. However, anyone who has ever taken care of a family member knows that being a caregiver is much more than that.

It means devoting yourself to the wellbeing of others. It means becoming a full-time chef, driver, medical advisor, and most importantly, best friend. …

All things tech this week

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This week, two big companies took big leaps in opposite directions when it comes to racial equality in the workplace. On one side, Google announced a new way to help users find and support businesses owned by African-American. On the other hand, Snapchat disclosed that only 4% of the company identifies as black and 6.8% as Latinx. Kodak also made headlines when it got a $765 million grant from the US government to branch off into the pharmaceutical business.

Google’s Newest Efforts to Combat Racial Inequality in the Business World

All things tech

This is a loaded week for tech news around the globe. As communities around the US demand for accountability and more representation of African-Americans in the business world, Netflix steps up and donates over $100 million to banks and financial institutions that directly support African-American communities in the U.S. While on the topic of outrageous amounts of money, Jeff Bezos added a whopping $13 Billion to his net worth in one day alone, setting up the stage for him to become a trillionaire in the next 5 years. …

All things tech happening this week

As quarantine continues to be extended with no end date at sight, more and more companies are finding ways to adapt their operations and leverage their platforms to the current market conditions and consumer demands. Gmail is going through a complete redesign to incorporate many of Google’s tools in one platform to compete with the likes of Slack and Zoom. NBC launches their new free streaming service Peacock and Twitter is in the spotlight after a mayor cyber-attack.

Twitter Confirms Employees Related to Major Cyber-Attack

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After an unprecedented cyber-attack on Wednesday that involved multiple hackers taking over multiple high-profile accounts on Twitter. …

And the importance of seeking help

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Caregivers are too familiar with the feeling of guilt. This feeling usually comes from the idea when you feel like you’re not doing enough or feel as though you could’ve been more kind and more patient. Unfortunately, guilt is sometimes part of the caregiving experience. It is extremely important to address the feeling of guilt because it can leave a caregiver with the feeling of regret and diminishing self-worth. It’s important to acknowledge that the feeling of guilt is a complex feeling and there is no right way to address it. …


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