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  • Dementia Pathfinders is delighted to be supporting this Free event – MyBrainBook feedback session on a new dementia support tool Posted on 16 November 2015


    Dementia Pathfinders is hosting this free event in partnership with Ixico plc and the South London Health Innovation Network

    Learn about MyBrainBook - a new dementia support tool Contribute to a feedback session and claim a £20 gift voucher

    Your opinion counts

    Do you care for someone with dementia?
    Do you have dementia?
    Earn a £20 M&S Voucher
    For your feedback on a new dementia support tool
    Join this fun session with your peers on Monday, 30th November:
    Morning session 10am to 1pm
    Afternoon session 2pm to 5pm
    Claim your spot & voucher!
    Reserve your spot for November 30th, choose from either the morning or afternoon session! As a part of an exciting product developement project, Ixico plc and the South London HIN are looking for people to take part in feedback sessions on MyBrainBook, a new dementia support tool.

    Register your place online:

    Morning Session

    Afternoon Session

    The feedback sessions are open to people who have a diagnosis of dementia and people who care for a relative or friend with dementia. The purpose of the sessions is to gather people’s thoughts and experiences about activities of daily living and how MyBrainBook could fulfil a useful function.

    Participants in the feedback sessions will be shown multiple types of support plans and asked to give some feedback on how helpful and easy to use they would be; there are no right or wrong answers, your genuine feedback is simply what is required.

    Refreshments will be provided and those taking part will have plenty of time to learn more about MyBrainBook, see live demos, and talk with representatives from Dementia Pathfinders, the Ixico product management team and the South London Health Innovation Network.

    What is MyBrainBook and how can it help to support dementia?
    Stay aware, informed and in touch with MyBrainBook; an online tool for people with and caring for those with dementia.
    This personalised easy-to-use tool helps to better manage living with dementia through features such as:

    • Remaining in control of health and care decisions by creating personalised support & emergency plans that can be accessed by your health care team and NHS 111
    • Staying independently at home longer- with access to information and resources to help you understand the condition and how to best manage it
    • Feeling supported and part of a community, with the ability to highlight issues or concerns with your health care team and support network
    • Recording your life story, photos, interests and favorite music to share or use as a stimulation and reminisce tool


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