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About Us

MapHabit helps children with intellectual disabilities or brain injuries live out their daily lives by providing powerful visual cues, including video and audio, that help them complete tasks we take for granted.

Our technology platform allows any caregiver to easily create and share content that builds or maintains independence and share that content with their care team and anyone else on the MapHabit platform. 

Our Innovation Story

The MapHabit System (MHS) is the Company’s neuroscience-based interactive member-engagement platform that utilizes a patented visual mapping system supported by smart devices to improve cognition and reinforce routine habits in individuals living requiring neurocognitive support.  The MHS is designed to be easy to use, and, as shown in several published studies, results in or is otherwise designed to provide:

  • Personalized content to support activities of daily living and quality of life in patients with a range of cognitive impairment, and improved quality of life for caregivers in a range of memory care settings;
  • A Platform solution to enable secure communication between care teams
    across organizations centered around the member; and
  • A highly modifiable platform to capture detailed analytics and stakeholder engagement to drive improved outcomes at value-based, risk-bearing organizations.

Since being founded in 2018, MapHabit has received $7M in NIH funding. The most recent award, announced in December 2022, is a 3 year/$2.9M award to build out a personalized, family caregiver training platform.  MapHabit is covered under Medicaid Waivers or self-direction in ten states, including Missouri & California, and operates in all 50 states in the U.S.

Innovation & Research Highlights

A feasibility study demonstrating that independence, quality of life, and adaptive behavioral skills can improve in children with Down syndrome after using assistive technology

Enhancing independence and quality of life are key modifiable outcomes that are short- and long-term goals for children with Down syndrome and for their parents.

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