Memory Lane Games has won a place on the coveted UK Canada AgeTech Innovation Exchange for businesses with products that have the potential to improve the health and well-being of older people.
As one of only 5 UK companies to be selected from 60 applicants, Memory Lane Games will work with leading experts on aging including national healthcare providers, academia and industry, as well as the Canadian programme partners AGE-WELL and the Centre for Aging + Brain Health Innovation (CABHI).
The schedule starts this month with a visit to Toronto for Co-Founder & CEO Bruce Elliott. Bruce commented, “We are tremendously excited to be building our footprint in Canada and collaborating with such well-respected organisations as AGE-WELL and CABHI. As a Canadian myself, I especially look forward to extending our positive impact on those living with dementia across Canada.”
Memory Lane Games delivers professionally-curated, inclusive reminiscence and speech and language games to assisted living and care environments fully branded, localised, personalised and with robust back office reporting and family engagement capability.
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The UK Canada AgeTech Innovation Exchange programme is funded by UKRI’s Innovate UK.
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