Increase in general state of health, mobility, reduced pains, and fewer falls are just some of the many benefits experienced by the users. This increases their physical well-being and strength to master everyday life.
Mental and Cognitive Benefits
In addition to physical benefits, users experience significant mental and cognitive benefits. Reminiscence, improved self-efficacy, and reduction in anxiety and distress increase the general contentment and wellbeing among the users, empowering them to live fuller lives
An engaging social environment is key to living a good life. Social activity and connectedness also counteracts health decline in many ways. The inspiration seniors, staff and relatives experience from sharing memories and talking about what they see in the Motiview videos, creates a social glue. People develop friendships with Motiview.
Thousands of videos.
Millions of memories.
By enabling seniors to watch videos of familiar roads and inspiring places far away while using an indoor exercise bike, Motiview helps seniors to be at their natural best. Motiview is the motivational technology for increased physical, mental and social well-being, and has been designed for an ageing population.
The focus of the entire Motiview system is the users, and their experience when using it.
The technology visually and mentally stimulates older people and those living with dementia, which has proven to play a vital role in preventing injuries and promoting social connectedness. It allies the innovative use of technology to a sense of fun and increased self-efficacy with high-quality tailored videos, co-designed by the care facilities, that evoke memories, provide an immersive experience and create a social norm for incorporating physical activity into their everyday lives.
Cycling with Motiview brings much needed relief from arthritic pain
Arthritis pains can plague sufferers, but with the help of Motiview, you can pedal your way to pain-free living.
Magic moments happen all the time during Motiview sessions. So when a staff member found a resident crying while cycling, she was relieved to discover they were tears of joy.
Revisiting cherished memories from 80 years ago
In 1939, Harold (95) was on a school trip to Holyhead, Wales. BBC’s The One Show, took him back there with Motiview.
By increasing physical activity, reminiscence and social connectedness, we enrich the lives of older people and people with dementia.
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