RememberStuff Posts

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…

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…

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…

Mary Ellen our President has retired

April 1, 2022

Mary Ellen Mullholand retired as president of Eperture after 6 years with Eperture and 50 years in healthcare.  While at Eperture she was involved with DocStuff product definition and several NIH grants for RememberStuff.  She was a valued member of our team.

CareBand, Inc. Wins SBIR Phase I Award from the National Institutes of Health

January 24, 2022

“We are so pleased to be part of this collaborative effort to assess resident engagement. There is a shift in how residents and staff engage in care communities from traditional group activities to a combination of resident organized groups, self-directed technology-based activities and staff-directed technology-based activities,” said Christine Mullholand, co-founder of Eperture LLC. “We are…

The Digital Health Revolution has Begun Disruptors & Disrupted

April 21, 2021

HITLAB Symposium Join HITLAB on Thursday, April 29th for the Fourth HITLAB Symposium of 2021, taking place from 11:00am to 2:00pm EST. HITLAB presents an orchestra of digital health experts presenting in rapid succession, sharing the most recent developments in the advancement of digital health solutions. Link: HITLAB Symposium

Hitlab’s Women Health Tech Wednesday

February 5, 2021

Join Mary Ellen Mullholand and Christine Mullholand for a lunchtime conversation with Hitlab’s Women Health Tech Wednesday, February 10th 2021 – 11:30am Eastern on Hitlab‘s website!

NIH grant awarded to Eperture LLC

August 31, 2020

Under its Small Business Technology Transfer Program, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) awarded Eperture LLC a grant for the following project: RememberStuff: a dyadic-focused technology to support persons with Alzheimer’s disease in the community. The grant will run until 8/31/2021.

4 Ways Seniors Can Use Technology to Stay Healthy and Independent

November 27, 2019

  By Katybeth Dee Technology is changing the face of aging. No longer the highest-tech device in a senior’s home is the medical alert system. These days, seniors are using all kinds of technology to make their daily lives healthier, safer, and more convenient. Whether you’re a senior living at home or a long-distance caregiver…

Frequent Napping

Sleep Patterns and Alzheimer’s

August 21, 2019

A New Sign of potential occurrence of Alzheimer’s Disease Increased, excessive napping could be an early warning of Alzheimer’s Disease, new research shows. Lea Grinberg, professor of neurology at the University of California, San Francisco reports that when people hear about Alzheimer’s they immediately think about memory loss. Grinberg and 18 other scientists from universities…