by Jizdan Mihai, Daan van Knippenberg, Martijn Varenhout, Rens Vereiken, Indy Peeten, Wouter Pennings, Julia Wang, Plamen Zaykov, Guido de Wit, Brian The, Matthijs Luiken
The first question for us: How to develop knowledge in people that tend to forget what they have newly learnt after some time?VISIT OUR CHANNEL
All of us were challenged to find the most appropriate way to channel knowledge and keep people with dementia engaged. After some research, we focus on the early stage of the disease and we found out that three topics are most important: nutrition activity, brain activity and physical activity.
We divided ourselves into these topics and each group made a prototype of the best idea we had about it.
Who doesn’t love cooking with a friend? Preparing food with healthy ingredients can stimulate the brain and slow down Alzheimer. So, our idea is to make YouTube tutorial videos on how to make easy healthy recipes and motivate people to take care of their brain needs and use their social skills to have fun.The intention is to create a cooking workshop in nursing and elderly homes but also for people who just got diagnosed who still live at home. You can visit our channel here: