We are an early-stage start-up company formed by Thrive South, LLC founder Kimberly Massey. Learn more about Another Good Day, an app for memory impaired people and the ones they love.
What potential users have to say:
"I love the concept of focusing on what the individual’s capabilities ARE rather than what they are not. I LOVE the way you showed what the screen would look like to the care recipient. That was very helpful. All in all, I think you are really on to something. I wish I could use it now!” Kathy Van Cleve, LMSW, LCMHT, Director of Education and Outreach, The MIND Center
“Simplifying my mom’s phone would be wonderful. The Jitterbug was a BOMB because it became too complicated. The GPS will come in handy while she is still driving. If someone started using this phone early in dementia and was used to it, I feel like they would be engaged with friends and family longer.” From Survey Response
“I believe folks that grew up with old school land lines need phones that work that way, since some dementia folks seem to lose the modern sense of how to use a phone and revert to an earlier period of life. I’m wondering if the new generations will have a similar issue in old age to where they only remember how to use smartphones of their youth." From Survey Response
“I want my husband to stay as independent as possible, but I also have to make sure we’re safe. If I let him keep his cell phone, he talks to spam callers, gets lost on all the screens, and gets locked out of every account. A cell can be a blessing or a curse: think emptied bank accounts, stolen identity, and worse…” From Survey Response