About 500,000 Americans over age 50 report some sort of memory loss, including early stage Alzheimer's disease.

How it works


When a memory — an image, video, audio file, text, etc. — is added, it's labeled and tagged with information such as names, locations, dates, or keywords. By processing this data and recognizing engagement patterns, BlipIQ's cognitive computing engine is able to present the patient with an intimate, adaptive experience with the goal of reinforcing existing connections and situating previously forgotten or displaced events in their proper spot in the puzzle.

Designed especially for those with cognitive impairment


There has been a wealth of research into how best to design for those with cognitive impairment. This research informed every aspect of the BlipIQ user interface. Everything, from the layout of text to the colors of buttons, was carefully chosen to make it easy for anyone, especially memory-loss patients, to use BlipIQ.

Easy to set up for yourself or a loved one


It's incredibly simple to set up an account for yourself or a loved one suffering from memory loss. In as few as five minutes, your account and profiles will be up and running.

Watch as the family gets more engaged


Easily invite family and friends to contribute their own memories. When your patient engages with a memory, group members will receive a unique notification. It could be a new shared memory or a question about an existing memory. This interaction will prompt more exchanges among family members.

Relive shared moments and smile


As everyone experiences the exhilaration of re-discovering distant events, they'll see how other members are engaging in the group's memories and adding images and videos of the event long-presumed lost.

Ask questions and discover more


Are there family stories you've heard about but didn't experience in person? With BlipIQ you can transport yourself to these events and learn more about them by asking others who were there.

Try BlipIQ with your family

Bringing families together