Dementia Advisor App

Dementia Advisor App

Manage conflict, gain co-operation and reduce stress.

Learn effective coping skills and get expert coaching through scenario-based training on your mobile device.

Dementia Advisor App logo and Digital Health Award Winner 2017 logo

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What Caregivers are Saying

Life saving resource!

I found this app when desperate for any help to cope with and understand a parent I had always found difficult. With new onset of early dementia I had to learn how to better communicate with them to be heard and understood knowing they forget simple stuff 10 seconds after hearing.

Dementia Advisor offers appealing, highly effective instruction and sensitivity training through realistic everyday scenarios….THANK YOU!

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Typical situations use real-life dialogue and require text input to coach users in responses that work with dementia sufferers. The interactive approach and progressive scenarios are impressive for the range of experiences covered, and the regular opportunity to repeat key lessons that are often recommended. Also appreciate the diversity of representation. Dementia affects everyone regardless of race, an inclusivity well captured by the many faces of this wonderful app. THANK YOU!
Antillaise LaFolie

Family caregiver, 5 Star Review via App Store ( Sept 2018)

Appreciating the dementia patient’s perspective!

Very good app for appreciating the dementia patient’s perspective. Also great at highlighting which battles a caregiver should avoid and which conflicts to pursue with tactful strategies.

Bharat Patel

Family caregiver, 5 Star Review via Google Play Store ( Sept 2018)

Evidence-based caregiving strategies that are a touch screen away

Select a scenario - screenshot from Dementia Advisor app
Lesson example, coping with intrusive and repetitive calls screenshot
Dementia Advisor app screenshot, Get advice from a leading dementia expert, Dr. Joel Sadavoy
Lesson advice example, how to respond to disturbing calls from the care recipient living with dementia, advice provided by Dr. Joel Sadavoy

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