Dementia Detection Applications & Diagnostic Solutions

GT Diagnostics develops readily deployable e-platform tools for home use as well-being apps, alongside professional tools for expert use targeting the diagnosis and monitoring of dementias. GT Diagnostics’ tools are designed to be made available through various service providers ranging from financial and professional services, personal advice and support, residential and non-residential care, to specialised dementia centres.

Dementia Detection Applications & Diagnostic Solutions

Introduction to GT Diagnostics

GT Diagnostics develops readily deployable e-platform tools for home use as well-being apps, alongside professional tools for expert use targeting the diagnosis and monitoring of dementias. GT Diagnostics’ tools are designed to be made available through various service providers ranging from financial and professional services, personal advice and support, residential and non-residential care, to specialised dementia centres.

Current Patient Journey

Products in development

A well-being app that permits the worried well/unwell to monitor their cognitive status at home and will act as a gateway to further specialised services and products.

Product status: currently under development

A self-administered game-like tool, running on a tablet professionally evaluating objective and subjective memory and mental processing speed, that can be used in waiting rooms of primary care facilities or expert centres.

Product status: currently under development

A specialised neuropsychological testing tool for clinicians to use in their assessment of patients with suspected or confirmed dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease.

Product status: currently under development

A non-invasive, advanced EEG-based analysis tool, using standard EEG acquisition devices to provide an objective measure of brain connectivity.

Product status: currently under development

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Accelerating Dementia Diagnosis

Patient appointments are a bottleneck in the diagnostic pathway of dementia. A diagnosis typically requires several visits, often to different specialists. In addition, only very

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