The Story Behind The Clevermind iPad App

Much progress has been made over the last couple decades regarding the research of the human brain. Unfortunately, we still do not have a cure for many cognitive diseases such as Alzheimer’s or Dementia. Nevertheless, research has shown that regardless of age, the brain can basically restructure itself when challenged with new stimuli. This means that with the proper exercise, the brain has the ability to become more active and efficient. The term that neuroscientists use to refer to this ability is “neuroplasticity” which is continuously being researched to understand how to reactivate or deactivate areas of the brain that are damaged. Over the last few months, the Clevermind team has been hard at work designing and building our iPad app based on this research. The app is designed to not only stimulate your brain with memory exercises, but to give it a break with individual entertainment options and social connections. We are excited to announce that our new clevermind app is now available in the Apple App Store.
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Alzheimer’s Disease and Confusion

This is a guest post from Sandra Espy. Many, if not most, people think of Alzheimer’s disease as being an elderly memory problem. It is so much more than that. I believe that my husband had Alzheimer’s for several years before we realized what was causing some of the problems that he had. For example,…


How to celebrate the holidays with someone with Alzheimer’s

We asked our audience, full of caregivers, friends and family of people with dementia, specifically Alzheimer’s, for tips on how they get through the holidays with someone suffering from Alzheimer’s. Here’s what they said: Enjoy each moment. You can make a difference, even for a second. – Keri Ann Pahl Be patient. Don’t interrupt or…

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5 Simple Things A Caregiver Can Do to Keep Their Loved One Occupied

It’s no surprise that being a caregiver for someone with Alzheimer’s Disease requires a lot of time and patience. How do you keep someone with dementia occupied all day? We have a few suggestions for you: 1. Put on old music from the 40s, 50s, 60s. You can download an app called Spotify that allows…

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clevermind App Launches To Ease Challenges of Day-To-Day Caring for Alzheimer’s Disease

On August 19, Clevermind, LLC launched their brand new app called clevermind ™, designed to help manage the daily challenges associated with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. With the number of people with Alzheimer’s expected to triple in the next 40 years (which means that 13.8 million people will have this mind-robbing disease by…

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