MemoryViews came to be when our founder, Darroll’s, mom was living in an assisted living facility in Wisconsin. Since her children and grandchildren lived in Texas, California and Oregon, she was no longer able to visit and be a physical part of their lives. As her world began to close in and get smaller, Darroll began looking for ways to keep her connected. Through MemoryViews, he created a way to upload family photos to a monitor in her room allowing her to stay connected with her family. Darroll’s mom now feels like she is a part of what her family is doing again.
After seeing the blessings this has provided for his family he wanted to help bless your family, too. Darroll’s mom is content in her community because she now feels more connected to her family. When photos are sent to her room, she participates in the life events her family experiences. You can imagine the potential heartache when she was not able to attend her grandson’s wedding, but through MemoryViews, she was able to see photos from the wedding, in real time, from the comfort of her own room. She was thrilled!
Each of our team members has used a MemoryViews product in their family and several have loved ones with dementia. For us, this is a personal business and we are passionate about helping your family stay connected!
A positive alternative to cable TV that can spark long-term memories and meaningful conversations. Our themes help residents feel connected to the outside world and remember a life well lived.
MemoryView TVTM is a life engagement tool designed specifically for Assisted Living and Memory Care Communities to help with life engagement. Our product transforms your TV into an engagement tool to spark memories and conversations amongst residents. It is a Roku device, loaded with MemoryView software, you simply plug into an open HDMI port on your TV and connect to WiFi. Your Community now has 24/7 access to enriching, mindful “shows” developed intentionally for residents to connect and engage in conversations.
"The impact of the memory views goes beyond the effect it has on the residents, as it has brought me a sense of comfort and helped me maintain a positive perspective. I've had some difficult conversations with newer families as they adjust to the difficult move for their loved one. Thank you for showing families and reminding residents and me, there are good times still to share and to cherish these moments. Thank you for the enormous effort you put forth into this innovation that improves the lives of so many, ❤️❤️❤️❤️"
Life Engagement Manager
Autumn Leaves of South Austin