We turn older people and people with dementia into dedicated athletes
Documented health benefits for older people
Road worlds for seniors
a global initiative
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Documented benefits of Motiview
Improves mobility and self-efficacy
Reminiscence and social interaction
Better strength and balance, prevents falling
Increased appetite, while reduced overweight
Better sleep, less pain, less medication
Improves physical and mental wellbeing
Road Worlds for Seniors
The Road Worlds for Seniors is a concept developed by Motitech and was hosted for the first time in 2017.
It is competition, but most of all it is a great opportunity to focus on the importance of physical activity for older people and people with dementia.
In 2018 the Road Worlds for Seniors had 2500 participants from six countries.
In 2019 Road Worlds for Seniors is supported by the British Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, Sport England and British Cycling.
Welcomed the mayor for a motiview run
With the equipment set up, residents took no time in getting to grips with the bikes and sharing stories on the familiar routes from their past.
boosted wellbeing and happiness
Exercise bikes and videos are used to enable older people and people living with dementia to go on virtual cycling trips to locations around the world.
The duke and duchess of cambridge down memory lane
With the Duke in the seat, a video showing a detailed ride around the streets of St. Andrews was shown, accompanied by a soundtrack of their favourite songs.
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What is happening in the Motitech world?
Quality of life and coping are closely linked, and coping is a factor of great importance to quality of life.
It has been shown that the fitness experience for the elderly can be improved by using appropriate music for the activity.
Research shows that memory stimulation can contribute to increasing memory in persons with mild cognitive impairment.
It has been shown that exercise can be a possible contributor to postponing the onset of dementia Alzheimer's disease.
It has been shown that elderly in nursing homes that exercises to a greater extent maintain physical function than those who do not.