The dignified way to check in

on the people you care about.

TV-based Communication and Engagement for Dementia Care

ONSCREEN helps people with early-stage dementia maintain their independence and quality of life.

Our TV-based video calling platform makes checking in on patients and loved ones easy, while the life-sized experience helps to reduce feelings of social isolation often faced by people with Dementia.

Peace of mind 

when you need it.

As dementia progresses, balancing safety concerns and maintaining independence becomes a more pressing matter.

ONSCREEN provides an Auto-Answer feature to make checking in with loved ones easy.

Privacy Built In

As a caregiver, you can schedule regular ONSCREEN TV calls to check in. At the scheduled time, simply call in and show up automatically on their TV.

Auto-Answer calls are only accepted when coming from designated contacts, and a schedule can be set up to make sure calls do not disturb at unwanted times.

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Perfect for Safety Checks

Individuals with dementia that live alone are more susceptible to accidents like falling or getting lost.

Using the Auto-Answer feature, incoming ONSCREEN TV calls from approved contacts will automatically connect, giving them a direct view into the room where ONSCREEN is installed. However, unlike a basic security camera, the TV will turn on, and this will be a 2-way call, not just spying on someone.

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Reduce loneliness

and isolation with life-size interactions.

Older Adults suffering from dementia are more likely to...

Studies show 60% feel lonely.

Individuals with dementia that live alone are more susceptible to accidents like falling or getting lost. Using the Auto-Answer feature, ONSCREEN TV calls from approved contacts will automatically connect, giving them a direct view into the room where ONSCREEN is setup. 

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75% Suffer from Depression and Anxiety.

As a caregiver, you can schedule regular ONSCREEN TV calls to check in. At the scheduled time, simply call in and show up automatically on their TV. TV video calls allow you to catch up and observe potential mannerism changes caused by dementia.

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Studies show that more than half of older adults experience feelings of loneliness, while more than three-quarters of people with dementia feel depressed and anxious*. Challenging behavior has been known to surface when these feelings of loneliness persist.

Regular interaction with friends and family through video calling technologies have been shown to support a stronger sense of connection, and help lower the risk of depression**.

Life sized TV video calls offer an experience that feels like you're together in the same room, even when you can’t be.

For caregivers, ONSCREEN provides an effective and less intrusive way to gain awareness of issues and monitor dementia progression.

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For Older Adult Mental Health

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For Mental Health

Reduce Depression

Staying socially connected and mentally active is one of the best ways to prevent dementia or reduce its impact.  With more frequent visits to a loved one, who's either living at home or at a care facility, you're able to potentially extend their quality of life, and make every moment last a little longer.  Virtual visits through ONSCREEN make connecting over long distances easy and fulfilling.

Be Together

ONSCREEN TV-to-TV video calls recreate the feeling of being in the same room.  The experience feels like you're actually together, fostering an environment to share stories and laugh together, unlike any other video calling technology.

ONSCREEN’s life-sized interaction is ideal for game nights, holidays, birthdays, or even watching the grandkids reenact their latest school performance in real-time, from the comfort of your own home.

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*Alzheimer's Society
 Alzheimer's Society Dementia 2012 Report. 

**Geriatric Psychiatry. Using Skype to Beat the Blues:
Longitudinal Data from a National Representative Sample.