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.

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MapHabit Findings

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

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...

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Improved Cognition Can Mean:

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Fewer accidents

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Improved medication adherence

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Better appointment compliance

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Restored dignity and sense of self-worth

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Less depression and isolation, which in turn reduces brain inflammation

After using MapHabit for three (3) months, these Top 5 quality of life (QOL) areas scored the highest % improvement across both individuals and caregivers.

Research Partners