Neumind Technology: Our First Year!January 08, 2021

Cover photo: King Alfred Statue, Winchester, UK (Source: Wikimedia) Not signed-up for neumind updates? Subscribe here. It has been around a year since we started building neumind. It's not just been any year, it's been 2020, widely agreed to be the strangest, most unpredictable, most challenging year for some time. We have put a lot into helping each and every individual. Anyone who has suffered a…

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Happy New Year!December 25, 2020

Not signed-up to neumind? Subscribe here. Oh, what a year! It certainly has been a year to remember and forget in equal measure. Global pandemic aside, the last year has been a busy and exciting year for us at neumind. So to round the year off, we thought we would update you with some highlights: We have welcomed a great group of first adopters onto our app Alfred. These users are helping us…

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Help us learn more about dementia whilst raising money for Dementia ResearchNovember 07, 2020

Please help us find out more about the unmet needs in dementia whilst also raising money for Alzheimer's Research UK. We will donate £0.50 to the charity for every completed survey response. So, please take the survey:, and share! Note that as a poor start-up, we will donate a maximum of £200, with donations ending on the 1st December 2020. You can track…

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Memory SupplementsOctober 27, 2020

The content of this post is primarily relevant for people who have suffered a brain injury or a neurological condition such as dementia. However, most of the recommendations here are equally applicable for people without such conditions. First, some housekeeping. Please consult with your doctor before guzzling down a bunch of new supplements. Although the dosages I've listed are considered safe…

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Our StoryJuly 16, 2020

A few years ago, my identical twin brother suffered a traumatic brain injury. The event would change his life completely but also inspire the work we now dedicate ourselves to. It is a deeply personal story and is central to the company, our ethos and vision. I understand that other people may not grasp what it means to have an identical twin. It is very difficult to describe. We cannot ‘read each…

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Do brain injury survivors, their families, carers and clinicians use technology to aid recovery?June 09, 2020

Please take 2 minutes of your time to fill in this survey about brain injury and help us find out more about our audience! All of the data collected will be used internally, anonymously and will not be made public.

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