www.dakim.com – Dakim BrainFitness, Inc.
Mental stimulation to maintain your brain!
Dakim BrainFitness, Inc. was founded by Dan Michel in 2001. After his own father was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in 1993, Michel was inspired to develop a practical means of providing brain fitness exercises to seniors to slow the progression of dementia and maintain their quality of life. Michel has more than 30 years in marketing with top companies like General Mills, Warner Bros., and Ralston Purina. Dakim’s brain fitness software was specifically designed for adults over 60 with the help of his friend, inventor, entrepreneur, and founding partner Jerry Robinson. Dakim’s Chief Scientific Advisor is Gary Small M.D., one of the world’s leading physician/scientists in the field of memory and longevity. In 2005, Dakim BrainFitness was introduced at the Tenth White House Conference and in 2006, the Dakim BrainFitness System was offered to senior living centers with such success that two years later they were the #1 brain fitness brand in senior living. Dakim’s mission is to give every senior the essential tools to maintain their brain health, get the most out of life, and help prevent the threat of memory loss.
Dakim BrainFitness Software for PC and Mac users was introduced in 2010 now making it available to more than 70 million boomers and 36 million seniors living at home. Twenty minutes a day with this comprehensive brain program of brain exercises help improve memory, focus, and concentration. Five levels of challenge for each of the six cognitive domains ensure users are stimulated, not stumped, no matter what their cognitive level may be – Level 1: No cognitive decline; Level 2-3: Age-related decline; and, Level 4-5: Mild-to-moderate cognitive impairment (MCI) or dementia. Dakim tracks the performance of the domains and creates a personalized workout profile for the user. The program self-adjusts the participant’s level based on previous performance. Over 100 different exercise formats include more than 300 hours of vivid graphics, music, humor, movie clips, stories, and trivia to keep the program interesting and engaging with a daily “scorecard” of correctly completed challenges provided at the end of each session.
Dakim also has a plug-and-play touch-screen system designed for those uncomfortable with a mouse and keyboard and there’s no software to load – simply plug it in to their touch-screen console. Explore this beneficial website to reduce the risk of cognitive decline, and make brain exercise a part of every senior’s daily routine.