Happy New Year!
We have added more videos to the MemorC app about New Year celebrations. To find out more and watch them all, log into the MemorC App and find the new videos in your “For my Caregiver” section.
In November during National Family Caregiver Month, AARP Hawaii invited caregiving expert and author Amy Goyer to speak at local AARP caregiving workshops. The workshops were held across the Hawaiian islands including sessions in Kauai, Maui, Hawaii Island and Oahu. We were thrilled to meet Amy Goyer, AARP’s National Caregiving […]Continue reading
We are excited! Two exceptional MBA students from the MGT 650 class at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, Shidler College of Business chose to work with us and share their skills, expertise, and young talent with the MemoriesConnect team. Erin Wong is working on a Master of Accounting Degree, […]Continue reading
Aloha, We’re focusing on a new feature: Short videos that are entertaining, fun and educational. Connecting us to people with memory problems and to their caregivers. Our Goal is to provide some “WOW’S, fantastic” in the MemorC app. One wow is reinforcement of memories with photos of loved ones. Our […]Continue reading
We are excited to announce the “new and improved” version of MemorC that is $0.99 cents a month. A major feature of the MemorC subscription is a mailbox where messages together with photos can be sent to the person with memory problems. The new subscription will also provide meaningful, exciting […]Continue reading
Hawaii Pacific Gerontological Society Webinarhttps://youtu.be/7sgElCZHIj8?t=131Continue reading
The MemoriesConnect Team is networking, networking, networking! We’re busy building our MemoriesConnect community in Oahu and beyond. Here’s some of our 2019 meetings and presentations. Each was an opportunity to gain insight and feedback to help develop a solid product, “MemorC”, a tablet based app that re-enforces memory and connection […]Continue reading
Holger and I recently traveled to the East Coast, visiting family and friends in Manhattan. As an added bonus, we reached out to a leading dementia care community in New York City. We were fortunate to meet Nancy Hendley-Branscomb, Dementia Care Trainer at CaringKind. She studied art and eventually found […]Continue reading