The SLUMS cognitive assessment is an evidence-based tool commonly used by many therapists and is recognized internationally. eSLUMS enables people to do at-home assessments with a caregiver, a family member, or a friend.
Early detection allows you and your family to prepare well for the future and enables the possibility of treatments and management of dementia. Our assessment solution eliminates barriers and makes disease monitoring easy.
Dementia progresses over 5-10+ years. Getting regular assessments becomes expensive and impractical. This supplements comprehensive professional examinations at a small fraction of the cost.
For professionals, testing and tracking is now convenient and simple. You can store electronic files or easily print off a summary of results for a number of different patients.
If you have family members suffering from dementia or just starting to show some signs, you know that it’s a difficult and exhausting journey. Emotions can range from sadness to agitation to anger. If you want to love and care better, I can think of no better person to help than Teepa Snow. You can Read more about Understanding Dementia … And Caring[…]
After more than a year of hard work, we are very excited to announce that eSLUMS is finally released on the iOS Store for download via iPhones and iPads! We are excited to invite you to try it out. We chose to make our LITE version FREE because, in the spirit of the original paper Read more about How to Use the eSLUMS App[…]
According to World Health Organization (WHO), the prevalence of Dementia has reached 35 million cases worldwide. In the U.S., 5 million seniors over age 65 are currently living with dementia. Dementia also has a high incidence, with 7.7 million new cases diagnosed each year worldwide. This means that 1 in 10 of all seniors over Read more about Why Early Assessment?[…]
“What’s in a name? that which we call a rose By any other name would smell as sweet” Romeo and Juliet (II, ii, 1-2) What is eSLUMS? Why such a strange name for a cognitive assessment (aka a “brain test”)? Is it some type of electronic place where poor people live? SLUMS? “e” = “electronic” “SLUMS” Read more about So What’s In A Name?[…]