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Braille House  – an Inspiration

Braille House – an Inspiration

The Potted History There are Carers in all walks of life doing small and large things - sometimes extraordinary and sometimes concerned with the simple, but often challenging, matters of daily living. In March 1897, seven extraordinary women met in the Telegraph...

Old Habits Die Hard

Old Habits Die Hard

I had a huge A-HA! moment yesterday, and if you are supporting someone of my mother's generation (she turns 94 in July) and particularly someone living with dementia, then this may well be relevant for you. My mother's regular bills are paid automatically, but the...

Hearing Loss and Dementia

Hearing Loss and Dementia

According to peak body Dementia Australia, hearing loss can increase the risk of dementia in later life, and much research has been and continues to be conducted to better understand what the relationship is, and how we might mitigate the risk factors. As individuals,...


” With MemBo all I had to do was check when his next doctor’s appointment was and ring them to make sure the doctor was aware of this issue. It’s been a real life saver, and an absolute relief to be able to know what’s going on.”

Kerry, daughter

We are loving the ability for therapists to input their notes so kids and I are updated, and it enables easy multi-disciplinary approach.”

Julia, Family Member

” I hope the day comes when this communication tool is the norm across all aged care facilities – where families can leave messages and the staff can add notes about the visits they have had and leave clinical notes for the family.” 

Cara Phillips, Daughter

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