Joygage is proud to announce its solution to helping overworked caregivers and nurses get respite. The pandemic caused a shortage of staff in nursing homes and health facilities, leading to overworked and overburdened caregivers.
Getting respite will provide caregivers time to relax, rest, and get inspired to perform better. Joygage has a list of music, games, movies, sleep aids, and engaging activities specially created for persons living with Alzheimer’s and dementia.
It’s going to be a win-win situation. The nurses will have free time for themselves while the patients participate in activities that will boost their self-esteem, promote connection, and enjoy quality entertainment based on their interest.
“Shortage of staff in nursing homes reached peak scarcity during the pandemic while unpaid caregivers at home experience burnout because of lack of respite,” said Craig Fowler, founder and CEO of Joygage. “Joygage provides specially curated playlists of movies, music, sleep aids and activities for social and mental engagement to persons living with Alzheimer’s and dementia and allow caregivers to get much-needed respite.”
Joygage is a content curating company dedicated to improving the quality of life of persons living with Alzheimer’s and dementia. The company is founded by Craig Fowler, a passionate professional who’s committed to helping people with Alzheimer’s and dementia live a better, more interesting, and satisfying lifestyle. Craig got the idea to start Joygage after spending years supporting his father, who was the caregiver to his mother diagnosed with early onset dementia. He created a platform that provides resources to help patients, caregivers, and nursing facilities enhance their strategy in improving the quality of life for their patients.
Nursing homes and caregivers who subscribe to Joygage’ services have access to their library of specially curated content. The company uses a machine-learning algorithm that recommends personalized content for each client based on their condition, preference, age, interests, progression levels, and other metrics. They also engage in collaborations and partnerships with other caregivers, advocates, and businesses in the Alzheimer’s and dementia care industry, to increase their library volume and provide better service to clients.
Joygage is an engagement on-demand subscription service helping people living with Alzheimer’s and dementia improve their quality of life by providing them with specialized visual and audio content. The company works with at-home caregivers and nursing homes and facilities to deliver quality solutions at affordable price.