5.4 million Americans are currently living with Alzheimer's disease. That's expected to triple to 16 million by 2050.

Getting started is easy

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Sign up and create your account. Add some basic details about yourself and your family, then create a profile for the patient. The process takes only a couple minutes.

Start adding highlights of a lifetime

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Add content that captures important events in your family's history. You can add memories in all sorts of formats. Examples include:

  • Pictures
  • Videos
  • Audio stories
  • Text
  • Adding memories is as easy as 1-2-3

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    Add memories to the library in three easy steps:

    1. Select the memory you want to add.
    2. Tell us about it — the location, date, people involved, etc.
    3. Upload to the memory library with just one click.

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    Add favorite media

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    Do you remember favorite movies you watched together? Or favorite songs they used to dance to? Search YouTube, find, and add these to the collection. Music has been shown to help recover memory in Alzheimer's patients.

    Invite family and friends

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    Invite family by adding their email or phone number. They'll receive an invite and, after they authenticate their account, will be able to add their own memories and commentary on these events.

    Your group can add and share memories

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    Follow along as your group adds memories. You'll all even be able to suggest memories to each other. And, because what family doesn't enjoy a little friendly competition, everyone in the group can earn points for submitting and engaging with memories.

    Engage your patient and track their progress

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    Once enough memories are added, you'll get a notification that you're ready to engage the patient. As they interact with a memory, their emotional responses are recorded and analyzed by BlipIQ's AI engine. These insights are then used to provide reports to you and/or their physician.

    Easily accessible from the caregiver's dashboard, this information tracks the patient's state and progress over time.

    Bringing memories — and families — together

    Adding clarity to memories long faded