www.mindings.com
Overview of Mindings
What is Mindings?
“The Cloud”
GotIt!
What are we addressing?
•10 million people in UK 65+	

•1/3 live alone	

•1/5 see family or friends less than once a week	...
Early Validation
Kings FundClinical Study
Awards
EELGA Clinical Trial
• NHS Midlands and East trial with 30 users over 70 years old	

• Mindings improved the quality of li...
Quote from Trial
• Mindings has created a new bright point in this users day	

• Mindings has triggered behaviour change
Socially Isolated	

Person
Social/Health	

Professionals
Overseas	

Family
LA Social	

Care
Groupings Team
“Groupings” - S...
South London and Maudsley Hospital
• Piloting Groupings concept	

• Developing evaluation framework	

• Using existing too...
Suffolk Dementia Trial 1
• Trialist has mid-to-later-stage dementia	

• Created more prominent buttons and notifications for...
Suffolk Dementia Trial 2
• Trialist primarily wants to use Mindings as a reminder tool	

• Trialist has a part-time job in ...
Gamifying Sender App
• Existing Sender App	

• Simplifies sending content	

• Multi-user activity monitoring	

!
• Developi...
Device Building
• Simple, inexpensive single-purpose device 	

• Currently being developed by Makerversity team	

• “Just ...
TeleCare, from social connection
Thank you for your time!
www.mindings.com
www.facebook.com/Mindings
stuart@mindings.com
@MindingsStu
Contact:	

Stuart Arn...
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Mindings "Pitch10" Presentation 2014

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Mindings is a private social network that displays pictures, messages and calendar reminders on a digital picture frame-like device. Ideal for the technology-shy Mindings offers rich social connection out-of-the-box with no learning curve or the need to understand how digital technology works.

Family members, friends, carers and volunteer befrienders can all share content with a user from a simple mobile App, or via email, text, social network, and online calendars.

When new content is received the user simply presses an on-screen icon to confirm receipt, which sends a notification - a “GotIt!” - to the sender letting them know that it’s been received and that their loved-one is well. Not only is this offering a user frequent and rich social connection with a caring community, it acts as a light-touch, non-intrusive, telecare service where the receipt of a text message is welcome reassurance of a happy loved one.

Because of Mindings simplicity, it has been successfully clinically trialed in the homes of people living with dementia and other cognitive and physical conditions.

Current developments include additional interactivity with multiple responses - allowing users to reply to questions or multiple options, rather than just confirming receipt. Furthermore our “Groupings” concept - where a user without family has a supportive community of volunteers formed around them - is being co-developed with South London and Maudsley Hospital. A wellbeing measurement framework will offer care organisations ongoing wellbeing measurement enabling prediction and prevention of health decline.

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Mindings "Pitch10" Presentation 2014

  1. 1. www.mindings.com
  2. 2. Overview of Mindings
  3. 3. What is Mindings? “The Cloud”
  4. 4. GotIt!
  5. 5. What are we addressing? •10 million people in UK 65+ •1/3 live alone •1/5 see family or friends less than once a week •1million describe themselves as lonely most or all of the time
  6. 6. Early Validation Kings FundClinical Study Awards
  7. 7. EELGA Clinical Trial • NHS Midlands and East trial with 30 users over 70 years old • Mindings improved the quality of life of users, helped users stay in regular contact with their families and reduced feelings of loneliness • 38% of users reported an increase in quality of life during the trial • 43% saying it had an impact on their happiness • Users felt more ‘in the loop’ with family news thanks to Mindings
  8. 8. Quote from Trial • Mindings has created a new bright point in this users day • Mindings has triggered behaviour change
  9. 9. Socially Isolated Person Social/Health Professionals Overseas Family LA Social Care Groupings Team “Groupings” - Supportive Care Community
  10. 10. South London and Maudsley Hospital • Piloting Groupings concept • Developing evaluation framework • Using existing tools - QUALIDE, QOL-AD
  11. 11. Suffolk Dementia Trial 1 • Trialist has mid-to-later-stage dementia • Created more prominent buttons and notifications for the Trialist • Successful install - Trialist accepted Mindings and pressed GotIt!
  12. 12. Suffolk Dementia Trial 2 • Trialist primarily wants to use Mindings as a reminder tool • Trialist has a part-time job in a café and needs reminders • Created new Tomorrow calendar and Reminder functions
  13. 13. Gamifying Sender App • Existing Sender App • Simplifies sending content • Multi-user activity monitoring ! • Developing new App with UCL Advances to stimulate and encourages interaction
  14. 14. Device Building • Simple, inexpensive single-purpose device • Currently being developed by Makerversity team • “Just works” out-of-the-box, pre-configured, remote monitoring etc
  15. 15. TeleCare, from social connection
  16. 16. Thank you for your time! www.mindings.com www.facebook.com/Mindings stuart@mindings.com @MindingsStu Contact: Stuart Arnott Director, Mindings Ltd stuart@mindings.com +44(0) 7973 429292

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