For Home Users

Amba helps keep the User up to date re time, weather, messages, events, reminders and more.

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For the Family

Amba makes staying in touch easy for both Users and Family Members.

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For Carers

Amba helps carers stay in touch and assists Users with organising their time, including appointments and much more.

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Amba is a powerful system that ensures the User is always in touch with family, friends and carers, from their own home.

Amba, is a VERY EASY TO USE, intuitive, touch screen that can assist people, typically those with early dementia or cognitive impairments, to remain living independently.  Amba provides family members, friends and carers with the reassurance of permanent contact through Amba’s “always on” system.  Amba is non-technical and easy to use for everyone – even those who don’t want to, can’t or have never used a computer.

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For every User, Amba helps orientate and organise their day by keeping daily routines, appointments, medication reminders, messages, time, date, weather and other essential information all in one place and at the touch of a button.

If a User feels alone, family members and friends are one touch away – through messaging, photos and more.

Family members and carers (the User’s care network) communicate with and update Amba remotely from PCs and laptops, or smartphones and tablets with the Amba app.

Unlike other network platforms, their Amba care network is completely closed and can only be accessed by invitation.  The User will not receive any adverts, spam or contact from unknown sources.



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21st January 2019

Talking loneliness for people living with dementia

Last week we read with interest an article released by the Alzheimers Society relating to ‘four shocking statistics behind social isolation’. Number 1 is ‘lacking social connections can damage a person’s health as much as smoking 15 cigarettes a day’ an interesting statistic, but at number 2 is ‘loneliness can increase one’s risk of developing certain diseases, such as dementia’. Where this becomes more significant is understanding that in 2017, research conducted…

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