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My Memory Club – The journey so far!

My Memory Club was founded on the personal experience of our founder. 

Established in 2019, we have been providing different caregiving for people suffering from all forms of dementia.

Before we launched our website, our Founder, Agnieszka Pedroso served as a carer to her Grandmother, who was a patient of Alzheimer’s disease.

Being a certified dementia stimulation therapist, she is fully aware of the challenges associated with this horrible disease. Also, she has a lot of experience in handling their unique needs. Out of necessity, she committed herself to develop stimulating and exciting activities that accelerate the recovery process of people with memory loss.

All these experiences motivated her to recreate these innovative solutions for the use of the public.

In 2019, she officially launched this website called “My Memory Club” dedicated to leveraging holistic approach to healing Alzheimer and Dementia patients.

Our years of experience indicated that there’s a huge demand for a website that will carefully highlight all the necessary stimulating activities that will aid memory recovery. All our patients and their family members continuously show gratitude for the fantastic services we provide to them.

Our website it’s divided into stages of cognitive stimulation therapy

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  • Multi-sensory therapy: specifically designed to stimulate memory via online games. Also, patients can enjoy entertaining audiobooks with short stories.
  • Reminiscence therapy: clients can download their own memory pictures such as family pictures, landscapes, favorite animals and food. All these will be displayed as a slideshow with descriptions to trigger the remembrance of past events.
  • Music therapy: you can listen to your favorite songs, music, and concerts.
  • Orientation Therapy: Specially designed program to serve people suffering from mental impairments.

Our Commitment

At My Memory Club, we strive to ensure that people with dementia and their family members,  carers, and homecare workers have easy access to the required activities that are crucial to people with memory loss. We have positioned our website as an all-in-one website to provide quality assistance to people and carers desperately in need of help.

"Those with dementia are still people and they still have stories and they still have character and they are all individuals and they are all unique. And they just need to be interacted with on a human level."

How to Use this Website?

We have designed this website to be easy to use for all our clients and their family members.

The first step is to create an account with us registering your details. Our system will issue you a unique access code for your login. After each login, all registered members will have access to our library resources where they can enjoy all activities.

We understand that each patient has a preference; as such, we ensure that you can save your favorite activities when after subscribing to our membership. With as little as £4.99/month, our premium members have unlimited access to all resources.

Do you want to join our fantastic club? Do well to sign up for your premium membership now!

Our Mission 

We have a mandate to improve the lives of those affected by dementia and memory loss. We achieve this by providing specially designed games, short stories, audiobooks, and their favorite music. All these and lots more can be accessed on our website.

Quick Facts My Memory Club Approach to Dementia Treatment

  • At My Memory Club, our focus is on the general enhancement of cognitive and social functioning. It is a website loaded with several resources and activities exclusively for people with memory loss. Some of our resources include audiobooks with short stories, favorite music, online games, and all the information you need throughout the day. 
  • Our games, audiobooks, music are targeted to stimulate our member’s. This is channeled to improve their mood and boost their confidence.
  • My Memory Club adopts a form of cognitive stimulation therapy. Our approach is suitable for different categories of people.  We have the drive to change people’s lives
  • Activities are a great way to keep someone with dementia happy, calm, and Our knowledge and experience allow our users to choose the best selection of activities for people with dementia
  • The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (2006) recommends that people with dementia of all types should be allowed to participate in a cognitive stimulation program.
  • Dementia is the general term used to describe several different conditions affecting the brain. This includes Alzheimer’s diseasevascular dementia, frontotemporal dementia, and many more.

My Memory Club is a subscription-based service health care provider. We have two flexible plans; £4.99 monthly plan or £54.99 annual subscription. With that, you will have access to valuable information in our archive.

  • Only one person out of the 850 thousand people living with dementia in the UK has uninterrupted access to various activities that can stimulate their minds. Also, these activities activate both halves of the brain, enhancing the connection between them.

  • Globally, around 50 million people have dementia, with nearly 60% living in low and middle-income countries. Every year, there are almost 10 million new cases.

  • The total number of people with dementia is projected to reach 82 million in 2030 and 152 in 2050.

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Only a few people with dementia have access to activities which that can reinvigorate their lost skills. 

The significant key purposes are to help patients maintain their current level of function, reduce behavioral outbursts and promote independence within the environment.

(Source: Alzheimer’s Association UK).

 

My Memory Club offers music therapy, reminiscence therapy, stimulation therapy, orientation therapy, and sensory therapy. All these measures are crucial to alleviating the adverse effects of dementia or memory loss.

"Dementia care isn't easy. Caring for a person living with Alzheimer's or a related dementia is difficult. In fact, caring is one of the most difficult undertakings that anyone could ever imagine."

"...The hardest thing is watching somebody you love forget they love you..."

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