An Interactive and Multi-Sensory Media Collection
for the memory impaired & their care partners

A unique non-pharmaceutical approach to dementia,
inducing relaxation, stress reduction and perceptual sensations

90 second trailer to understand Memory Lane’s Mission and Methodology

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Benefits of using Memory-Lane.Tv

Anxiety and stress reduction

Memory Lane induces a relaxation response & enhances awareness as it draws residents into present time and place

Improved cooperative behavior

Memory Lane cumulative impact provides an environment conducive to more cooperation and less conflict

Improved caregiver/ patient interactions

Memory Lane makes patients more engaged and responsive, caregivers are less stressed and more compassionate

Lowered use of psychoactive medications

Managing patients at lower stress levels can reduce the need for sedating medications and diminish behavioral troubles

“Memory Lane is a great non-pharmacological therapy to alleviate symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease, improving quality of life of residents and staff and stimulating cognitive functions through positive reminiscence .Dr. Blandine Raffin, Medical Director and Geriatric Physician, EPHAD Amboise, France.

Memory-Lane.Tv Delivery Method

Plug and Play easy set-up with our Memory Stick – Apple Tv – Roku – Tablets and Computers

Plug and Play easy set-up with our Memory Stick – Apple Tv – Roku – Tablets and Computers


Proven alternative therapy methods

Guided imagery, temporal reinforcement, and reminiscence techniques narratives elicit time of day, presence in the moment, sense of self and generates engagement.

Customize films with personal media

Upload photos, music, home movies, connect to Instagram...

Customised sessions with your media

Multi-Sensory stimulation & reminiscence

Video, music, photos, stimulate awareness and long term memories; aromas brings back sensations; objects elicit feelings beyond the reach of generic media.

Guidelines for optimal therapeutic impact

2 Protocols : For home & institutional caregiver + video tutorials

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Level of Engagement


Afternoon - Nature and Animals

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8 different types of sessions and Mindfulness interventions

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Families use a very similar therapeutic program as institutions

If your loved one moves from home to an institution, the Sensory Plan moves automatically along; including customized content

Simple home setup and content reception

Memory Stick - Smart TV - Laptop - Amazon FS - Connected tablet

Guideline Manual and protocol are keyed to the home environment

Complete instruction, therapeutic guidance, suggestions for enhancements uniquely available in the home setting

Upload capability from user Memory Lane

Family photos, videos, music in your custom therapeutic program

More than 100 hours of unique Video on Demand content,
through a very easy, plug and play system.

“Dementia sufferers need to have their spirit opened.
We need to make them see, hear and listen.
They need to perceive things.
What’s good for us,
is even BETTER for them!”As noted by the distinguished Pr Agid, Scientific Director of the Brain Institute in Paris.


Adapted to operational requirements

Single patient mode - Group mode - Patient scheduling - Portability

Continuing Education Video Program

Form yourself with our video dementia Certified Program - benefit from our training and programs

Improved quality of care

Relaxed residents, more cognitively engaged and happier

Generates staff efficiency and calm

Staff load is decreased while patients receive more relaxing and focused interaction, improve productivity and efficiency

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  • Generic Collection 
  • 4 streaming sessions on line : Nature – Story Telling – Reminiscence – Sundowning
  • Protocol Guide and Play Book
  • New content every month
  • Customized film for family reminiscence with personalized music and video
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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Multisensory Stimulation for People With Dementia: A Review of the Literature – Abstract
    American Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease & Other Dementias® Alba Sanchez, MD1, Jose ́C. Milla ́Calenti, PhD1, Laura Lorenzo-Lopez, PhD1, and Ana Maseda, PhD1

    The use of multisensory stimulation in people with dementia is becoming increasingly popular in the last decades. The aim of this review is to analyze the therapeutic effectiveness of multisensory stimulation in people with dementia. We made a search on Medline and Web of Science databases referred to all researches published from the year 1990 to 2012, which used multisensory stimulation techniques in people with dementia. The revision of the 18 articles which fulfilled the inclusion/exclusion criteria seems to prove evidence that multisensory stimulation environments produce immediate positive effects on the behavior and mood of people with dementia. Based on the above, we think it can be a useful nonpharmacological intervention on neuropsychological symptoms though, in any case, it would be necessary to start more reliable protocols from the methodological point of view in order to establish its long-term effectiveness.

    “The evidence for non-pharmaceutical approaches to the behavior problems often seen in dementia is better than the evidence for antipsychotics, and far better than for other classes of medication” –
    “Multisensory approach is a useful nonpharmaceutical intervention in neuropsychological symptoms of dementia” – “A great part of our personal identities comes from knowing where we are on the timeline of our lives. When you start to lose your memory, you start to lose your sense of yourself. Though, there are ways to stimulate the mind when living with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.”H. C. Kales, L. N. Gitlin, C. G. Lyketsos. Assessment and Management of Behavioral and Psychological Symptoms of Dementia. BMJ, 2015; 350 (mar02 7): h369 DOI:

    Multisensory and Other Nonpharmaceutical Approaches to Dementia Care
    In “Multisensory stimulation for people with dementia: a review of the literature,” Millán­Calenti et al note that multisensory stimulation in people with dementia is becoming increasingly popular. The aim of their review was to analyze the therapeutic effectiveness of multisensory stimulation in patients with dementia. They found the evidence that multisensory stimulation environments produce immediate positive effects on the behavior and mood in those with dementia. They believe it is a useful nonpharmacological intervention on neuropsychological symptoms. However, reliable protocols from the methodological point are needed to determine whether there are sustained effects.
    In “Motor and multisensory care­based approach in dementia: long­ term effects of a pilot study,” Marques et al examine the short­, mid­, and long­term effects of a motor and multisensory care­based approach on the behavior of institutionalized individuals with dementia and on care practices according to staff perspective. They used both motor and multisensory stimulation strategies during morning care. They found short­term improvement in communication and engagement in their patients. However, this was followed by a decline over time. They also noted difficulties related to their institutional organization. They conclude that multisensory care may be helpful; however, there is a need to implement long­term strategies and involve institutions at different organizational levels to sustain results.
    Mowrey et al (Application of Behavior­Based Ergonomics Therapies to Improve Quality of Life and Reduce Medication Usage for Alzheimer’s/Dementia Residents) propose behavior­based ergonomics therapies …