At Pearson we are fully aware of changing demographics, current clinical trends and issues associated with ageing, including loss of mobility, and decline of cognitive abilities.
Mobility and cognitive function are interconnected and are the key prerequisites that underpin one's independent living ability, e.g. moving freely and safely at home and in the community, limiting falls, attending leisure activities, managing medical and non-medical appointments, finances and taking medications.
Our aim is to enable and improve quality of life for the aging population. We believe in the holistic approach of assessing cognitive and physical function during the early stages of ageing to prevent loss of mobility and cognitive function with the aim of maximising and prolonging independence and reducing reliance on public funds.