Transforming
dementia Care

A digital companion that enables personalised care, providing guidance and insights to ensure carers have support each step of the way.

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What is CogniHealth?

We are a healthcare technology company that provides innovative ways of approaching dementia care. Our solutions are designed to support people with dementia, their families and carers.

Guided care management solutions

Informed care decisions

Holistic and personalised approach

CogniCare

Enabling personalised and integrated care

CogniCare is an app for families looking after someone with dementia. It is designed to improve the caring experience by assisting with everyday tasks, providing valuable insights and addressing the carer’s wellbeing.

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Features

Monitor & Track

Track changes in behaviour, physical dependencies and care challenges

Reports

Use the generated reports to monitor disease progression and make informed choices about care plans

Note-taking

Record, take a picture or just type - capture notes on observations, incidents and care activities

Resources

Browse articles and videos from trusted sources, ensuring you have the right information whenever and wherever you need it

Events

Explore and book events in your local area, ranging from community activities to advice and support groups

Non-medical therapies

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Social Connect

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Testimonials

Awards and Recognitions

Supporting Organisations

Blog

Forget-me-not: Understanding memory loss in dementia

Forget-me-not: Understanding memory loss in dementia

Although dementia is an umbrella term that describes a wide range of symptoms, including changes in behaviour, thinking and physical ability, most people only associate dementia with memory loss. This is because memory loss is often one of the first ..

Apr 1, 2019 Giulia Melchiorre
Carer interviews: ‘Their home first. Our work second.’

Carer interviews: ‘Their home first. Our work second.’

“All of the bad press for the carers – don’t tar us all with the same brush. All the bad is out in the news because other staff members have spoken out against it.”- Catherine In my previous blog, I ..

Mar 4, 2019 Giulia Melchiorre
Carer interviews: ‘There’s nothing more rewarding’

Carer interviews: ‘There’s nothing more rewarding’

I had the privilege of speaking to four remarkable women that have spent a lot of their time caring for people with dementia. Their professional and personal experiences have given them unique insights into what it means to look after ..

Feb 25, 2019 Giulia Melchiorre
Dementia: why you should care

Dementia: why you should care

Every 3 seconds someone in the world develops dementia, by 2050 the number of people with dementia is expected to exceed 130 million, and the total estimated cost of dementia will double from 1 to $2 trillion within the next ..

Feb 11, 2019 Giulia Melchiorre
How massage can benefit people affected by dementia

How massage can benefit people affected by dementia

Although currently no medication to cure or halt the progression of dementia exists, there are non-medical therapies that can be highly beneficial to people with dementia. We recently spoke to Katharine, who is a complementary therapist from Kilbarchan in Renfrewshire, ..

Feb 4, 2019 Giulia Melchiorre
Addressing inappropriate sexual behaviours in dementia

Addressing inappropriate sexual behaviours in dementia

At times dementia can lead to challenging behaviours, including inappropriate sexual behaviour. Changes in behaviour can be amongst the most difficult aspects of dementia care that families have to deal with. In the previous blog I discussed what can cause ..

Jan 21, 2019 Giulia Melchiorre