Our approach is based on brain science.
MapHabit’s foundation is built on our evidence-based research. Our app was built based on our research on procedural memory, under the guidance of co-founder Dr. Stuart Zola, professor and co-Director of Emory University’s Alzheimer’s Research. Along with our research partners, we determined that using the app significantly improved overall quality of life for individuals and their care partners.
Exploratory evaluation of a mobile health application to support activities of daily living in older veterans with cognitive impairment
American Geriatric Society-Presentation Poster Selection-May 2020 | Selected for the American Geriatric Society Presidential Poster session in May 2020. Completed in partnership with the Veterans Affairs. INTRODUCTION: MapHabit is a novel mobile health application that allows users and/or...
Visual mapping assistive technology can help individuals with dementia and their caregivers successfully complete activities of daily living and enhance quality of life
NIH Caregiving Summit-March 2020 | In this peer reviewed study, we were able to show that visual mapping is a preferred method among health care professionals. OVERVIEW: In providing information to memory-impaired individuals, a standard practice has been to use paragraphs of descriptive text. We...
Assistive technology: Visual mapping combined with mobile software can enhance quality of life and ability to carry out activities of daily living in individuals with impaired memory
Technology & Healthcare Journal-October 2019 | Presented in October 2019. The findings in this study addressed questions concerning the feasibility of using assistive technology for individuals with memory impairments. BACKGROUND: There is growing evidence that assistive digital technology can...
Improved Cognition Can Mean:
Improved medication adherence
Better appointment compliance
Restored dignity and sense of self-worth
Less depression and isolation, which in turn reduces brain inflammation