People with dementia start losing their ability to live independently as the condition progresses, forcing them to withdraw from their active role in society and workforce, eventually requiring daily assistance either at home or in nursing homes. Caregivers and doctors do not often fully understand the behavioral changes of people with dementia, preventing clinical assessment and better intervention planning.
% of Americans over 65 has Alzheimer's Disease
% Of Americans Over 85 Has Alzheimer's Disease
% of Seniors Die with Alzheimer's or Other form of Dementia
Centers for Disease Control
% of Caregivers Report Very High Emotional Stress
Alzheimer's Disease International
Carealia brings affordable, highly efficient interconnected devices in everyday healthcare. In the era of IoT, our solutions integrate a wide selection of wearable and ambient devices, allowing information exchange and interpretation.
While most healthcare solutions focus on a single aspect, such as sleep or physical activity, Carealia monitors and combines multiple life aspects in one place, providing clinicians with a holistic picture of behavioral patterns and symptoms.
Our solutions have been shown to aid in the assessment and personalized care of dementia. Four years of cross-border research validated these results in a variety of settings: clinics, research labs, nursing homes and houses, in Sweden, Ireland, France and Greece.
Every setting and individual is unique. Our consulting and adaptation services can be tailor a solution to suit your needs of your clinic or home for optimal and comfortable monitoring and care.