Senior Favorites


Senior Favorites enjoyed by thousands of residents across the USA, Canada, the UK, New Zealand, and Australia.

Your Community Pictures


Incorporate community-specific content such as names and pictures of people, locations, and even social events.

Person-Centered


Provides communities with state-of-the-art resident-centered individual and group entertainment options.

Real Benefits


Designed by neuroscientists to support memory and brain health while encouraging social interaction.

Senior Approved


Designed and tested with over 1000 seniors to be as simple and senior-friendly as possible--with large text and icons.

Use Any Device


Works on any device—from iPads or Android tablets to Windows/Mac desktop computers. Lease tablets from us or bring your own!

 

No Obligation Free Trial

to see why seniors love our games and activities!

Games Page

All games are easy to use and can be projected to a TV for a group or played individually on tablets.

Activities Page

Our activities section packs even more fun with movies, music, coloring, comedy clips, and more!

Personalized Games

Play fun games custom-made for seniors using personalized content. Have fun learning people's names and personalized trivia!

Group Games

Play senior favorites individually or as a group. Test your trivia knowledge and learn interesting facts!

Practice Tutorials

Our 60-second touch tutorials will quickly get seniors comfortable with tablets!

 Monthly Subscription Plans

No contracts. No cancellation fees. No hassle.

Senior Living$59

  • Unlimited Users
  • Over 45 Games & Activities
  • Upload Community Pictures

Individual$9

  • Single User
  • Over 45 Games & Activities
  • Upload Family Pictures

Testimonials By Users



Lauren, Enriched Life Director

Kim, Program Director

Lisa, Enriched Life Director

Our Clients & Collaborators


About Us


Carolyn and Dr. Ali in a Senior Living Community Workshop. Los Angeles, CA.

MemoryCo was started in 2015 by husband and wife team Carolyn Dunlavy and Dr. Ali Titiz, also known as 'Dr. Ali'. They both have personal family experiences with Alzheimers and Dementia and developed MemoryCo as a way to help seniors with their memory and cognition. The games provide support for spatial memory, face/name recognition, and recall memory through Dr. Ali's background and training in Neuroscience from both Dartmouth and UCLA (please see below for further information on scientific research and publications).

Carolyn's professional background is in finance and business. She has years of experience working with seniors, and is passionate about helping improve their quality of life. Together, Dr. Ali and Carolyn developed MemoryCo as a new way to approach memory support by incorporating personalized content. Playing a game that uses pictures of people, places, and events that are familiar and relevant, provides stronger support than using generic, non-familiar content (please see references below).

Dr. Ali as a panelist in the Field Service Medical Conference. San Diego, CA.
In addition to cognitive support, MemoryCo also provides seniors with a new way to engage, interact, and stay connected through tablets. Once they're familiar with the tablet, it allows even more avenues of entertainment, engagement, connection with loved ones to open up.
Running a Memory Masters Workshop in a Senior Living Community. Boston, MA.

"We wanted to help bridge the gap between seniors and technology. Because of this, we incorporated an optional tablet lease option with our program. What makes our tablets unique is that we curate them specifically for senior use. They are simple, straightforward, and easy to use. They have larger than average icons, text, and fewer apps and programs, simplyfing the whole experience to take out the potential frustrations of using a tablet. Also included with our tablets are stylus pens (greatly helps shaky or arthritic hands), a cord to hook up to the TV for group games, and a simple tutorial that quickly teaches seniors the correct pressure to use. It's amazing to see seniors that have never used a tablet before take to them so quickly. We did a workshop once and at the end, we had a hard time getting the tablets back from the residents! It was like a new world was at their fingers."

MemoryCo is located in Boston and Los Angeles areas. They have recently been showcased as an innovative company at the MedTech Innovator Conference in San Diego, CA, and are actively working with senior living communities and caregivers across the world.

Dr. Ali presenting at the World Brain Mapping Conference. Los Angeles, CA.

 Science


Extensive scientific research shows evidence of enhanced brain activity in response to personally-relevant content compared to generic content. MemoryCo leverages these findings to provide fun, interactive activities that support cognitive health and enable new ways of interaction among seniors. Here are a few relevant scientific articles from our founders and collaborators:
 Janina Krell-Roesch et al. (2019). Quantity and quality of mental activities and the risk of incident mild cognitive impairment. Neurology 10.1212
 Viskontas, I. V., Quiroga, R. Q., & Fried, I. (2009). Human medial temporal lobe neurons respond preferentially to personally relevant images. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 106(50), 21329-21334.
 Titiz, A., Hill, M. R., Mankin, E. A., Aghajan, Z. M., Eliashiv, D., Tchemodanov, N., ... & Behnke, E. (2017). Theta-burst microstimulation in the human entorhinal area improves memory specificity. Elife, 6, e29515.
  Renoult, L., Davidson, P. S., Palombo, D. J., Moscovitch, M., & Levine, B. (2012). Personal semantics: at the crossroads of semantic and episodic memory. Trends in cognitive sciences, 16(11), 550-558.
 Okuyama, T., Kitamura, T., Roy, D. S., Itohara, S., & Tonegawa, S. (2016). Ventral CA1 neurons store social memory. Science, 353(6307), 1536-1541.
 Titiz, A., Mahoney, J. M., Testorf, M. E., Holmes, G. L., & Scott, R. C. (2014). Cognitive impairment in temporal lobe epilepsy: role of online and offline processing of single cell information. Hippocampus, 24(9), 1129-1145.
  Suthana, N., & Fried, I. (2012). Percepts to recollections: insights from single neuron recordings in the human brain. Trends in cognitive sciences, 16(8), 427-436.
 Richard, G. R., Titiz, A., Tyler, A., Holmes, G. L., Scott, R. C., & Lenck‐Santini, P. P. (2013). Speed modulation of hippocampal theta frequency correlates with spatial memory performance. Hippocampus, 23(12), 1269-1279.
  Renoult, L., Tanguay, A., Beaudry, M., Tavakoli, P., Rabipour, S., Campbell, K., ... & Davidson, P. S. (2016). Personal semantics: Is it distinct from episodic and semantic memory? An electrophysiological study of memory for autobiographical facts and repeated events in honor of Shlomo Bentin. Neuropsychologia, 83, 242-256.