Keep up the great normal life!

Dementia is incurable but to some extent preventable. With Keep-Up, help your loved ones prevent and reduce the risk of dementia by using our platform and playing our exclusively designed games. Try it now for free!

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Features

The KeepUp platform embraces brain exercises via VR/AR-based serious games, diet programs as well as physical practices tailored to the needs of the users. The progress reports for the user, the care giver and the doctor give a clear view of improvements or alarms regarding the user's condition. Furthermore, the platform is equipped with personal assistance via call center, web chat and volunteer workers. Altogether, the platform is designed to enhance social activity and improve quality of life.You can do an assessment and start using the platform for free.

Test Yourself

See if your brain is in good shape regarding dementia. You will need to answer a few questions. It won't get much of your time.


Receive your perfect program

Based on your health and preferences you will receive your diet, your exercises and your routines.


Brain exercise and stimulation

You can start your brain exercise and stimulation right away after the test for free.


Progress reports

You will have your progress or decline reports. Also if you need them more in depth there are reports available for your caretaker or your doctor.

Socialize

With our platform, you can interact with other patients through in-game and real-world experiences.



In person Assistance

You will get the help when you need it. You can choose between a call center, web chat or a person to come over.


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Don't fight it, Prevent!
Dementia is preventable and its symptoms can be alleviated.
If you are over 50 and either you or your friend and family have seen symptoms of you having dementia you should give a visit to your medical practitioner. (here are the symptoms)
But if you are worried or stressed for the future, you are in the right place. With KeepUp you will receive all you need, from tests to determine if you even need to be worried, to brain activity stimulation with serious games solely designed for this purpose, to tailored diets, exercises and other activities to postpone dementia and even improve your daily life

FAQ

Who should use KeepUp?
If you are over 50 and either you or your friend and family have seen symptoms of you having dementia you should give a visit to your medical practitioner. (here are the symptoms)But if you are worried or stressed for the future, you are in the right place.
How long should I use KeepUp to see results?
It really depends on your current satus, age and background but it is proved that the more you stimulate your brain, have healthy diet and do regular exercises you be able to postpone dementia. So, as long as you don't see any signs of dementia you are on the right track.
Which device KeepUp supports?
To get the best experience it is recommended to be used on a tablet, but  you can also use it on desktop, a laptop or a smartphone.
What is the report I recieve in KeepUp?
The report includes your scores and the changes through time. It also includes the amount of exercise you have done and the diet that you have had. This report also includes personal suggestions for you and it could be shared easily with your doctor, caregiver and family members. 
How to use KeepUp?
 Easily download the app and get started. There is an intro video that would guide you around.
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Dementia Facts

What are the statistics?

Based on the latest reports currently one out of each person above 65 has some type of dementia.

Who is at risk

Being concerned - There are many factors affecting the disease at its progress. Family history, brain activity, physical exercise, stress levels and food habits are among them.

What are the symptoms?

Most people think that you should forget what you wanted to say or do as the main symptom of dementia? But is that true?

Can it be cured?

For the time being unfortunately no. But there have been a lot of studies lately that show dementia can be prolonged or postponed with and without medicine.

Team

Layla Farahani    Technical Team Lead 
Shabnam Esmaili Marketing Team Lead  
Mohsen Zolfaghari  Business Developer
Maria. AJ. Lindström 
 Advisory Board 
Heydar Maboudi, Ph.D  Advisory Board 
Parham Ghorbanian, Ph.D  Advisory Board