We are a health technology company developing virtual care solutions and support for individuals experiencing cognitive changes, from normal aging to neurodegenerative conditions including Alzheimer’s Disease and dementia.
Our diverse, multidisciplinary team is united by a singular mission to help seniors think, feel, and function at their best.
Our specialists are experienced, licensed clinicians such as speech-language pathologists who each have 20-30 years of experience working with individuals experiencing cognitive challenges. Speech-language pathologists play an important role in assessing and treating cognitive impairment through cognitive rehabilitation and addressing communication challenges. Their scope of practice also includes counseling, prevention and wellness, and collaboration with clients and families, and providing guidance on modifiable risk factors for dementia.
To be eligible for elovee’s program, you must:
No. elovee’s program is based on clinical evidence and includes clinical experts who use proven best practices to support cognitive function. Brain teaser games do not typically include the oversight and guidance of a skilled therapist.
Cognitive rehabilitation therapy is used in practice today for cognitive impairment and dementia by speech-language pathologists, and is supported by a growing body of evidence. The American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA), Medicare and other payers support reimbursement coverage for cognitive therapy services provided by speech-language pathologists for the loss of cognitive abilities, including memory impairment.
No. The program will not result in any kind of diagnosis. The assessments we are performing are for the purposes of delivering the program to you and evaluating its impact only. We will not share this information with anyone.
Most cases of dementia are not preventable, but you can reduce your risk. According to the US Centers for Disease Control, 11.7% of individuals over 65 suffer from subjective cognitive decline - a perceived worsening of confusion or memory loss. These symptoms are impacting over 6 million seniors in the United States. Individuals who are experiencing subjective cognitive decline do not necessarily develop dementia, but may be at higher risk.
Up to 40% of cases of dementia are potentially preventable, through interventions geared at modifiable risk factors, including social isolation, physical inactivity, depression and smoking. Cognitive rehabilitation therapy enhances an individual’s communication skills and engagement in stimulating activities, and provides counseling for a healthier lifestyle, which can reduce your risk of cognitive decline.