The Importance of Early Detection: Understanding the Warning Signs of Dementia

March 28, 2023

Dementia is a progressive neurodegenerative disorder that affects millions of people worldwide. It encompasses a range of conditions, with Alzheimer’s disease being the most common form. Early detection of dementia is crucial, as it allows individuals and their families to plan for the future, access appropriate treatments and support, and improve overall quality of life.…

Dancing Through Dementia Care: A Guide to Caregiving Tips and Techniques

March 28, 2023

Navigating the world of dementia caregiving can be challenging, but it doesn’t have to be all doom and gloom. With a little humor and the right tools, you can create a loving, supportive environment for your loved one. Let’s explore some key tips and techniques that will help make your caregiving journey a lighter, more…

Tips for Staying Organized While Living With a Person With Dementia

March 28, 2023

Order in the (Dementia) Court: Tips for Staying Organized and Sane While Living with a Person with Dementia   Living with a person with dementia can be a rewarding yet challenging experience. Staying organized is essential to maintaining a sense of balance and reducing stress. Let’s take a look at some practical tips for organization,…

Overcoming the Challenges of Caregiving for an Aging Parent

March 17, 2023

  The journey of caregiving for an aging parent can be filled with both joys and challenges. As an adult child, you may feel overwhelmed and scared, not knowing what to expect or how to handle the situation. In this article, we will discuss the difficulties faced by caregivers, offer valuable advice to help you…

The importance of autonomy in the early stages of dementia

September 6, 2022

When my mom went from mild cognitive impairment to early dementia, it felt like she and I had gone through a divorce. Wow, she was a force to be reckoned with even though I could tell she was scared. She looked at me as if I were a stranger sometimes; at other times she looked…

RememberStuff to participate in Pioneer Network’s “Pioneering a New Culture of Aging” conference July 27 – July 30 in Denver, CO

July 1, 2022

RememberStuff will be participating at Pioneer Network’s Experience Lab at their conference in Denver, CO July 27 – July 30! Featured will be Eperture’s new “Dignity for All” software with three experiences available for attendees. Experience RememberStuff  as a resident, a family member and staff member (Nurse, CNA. Activity Director, etc.). Be sure to stop by…

“Dignity for All” release announced for Long Term Care and Group Homes!

June 15, 2022

Dignity for all is a major software release targeted at supporting better connections for staff and residents leading to better care, fewer hospitalizations, improved staff retention and lower CMP penalties. Call or email Keith DiMartino for a demo today!

Personal Story of Transitioning Family to Care

June 2, 2022

Transitions are tough for all involved. I participated in a podcast with my son Steve Mullholand and Keith DiMartino, the hosts of Eperture’s “Morning Chat” for RememberStuff. This is our personal journey of helping my mom (living with dementia), dad (living with kidney failure) and brother (living with autism) transition from their home in Florida…

Activities Lab in adult day care setting

May 13, 2022

RememberStuff”s Activities Lab is being evaluated in its first adult day care setting to augment activities during unstructured times.

April 15 Steve Mullholand Appointmented as Eperture’s new President

April 15, 2022

Steve brings 40 years of the entrepreneurial spirit to Eperture having started his first company at age 13, Tarpon Software.  Under Steve’s leadership, Eperture is on a path to leverage its technology for use in long-term care and assisted living as well as aging at home.  Steve has created successful companies in the US, EU…