Our Company

Seveneleven is a nonprofit company founded in 2013 by Notis Paraskevopoulos and Konstantina Maltezou. It’s main goal is the improvement of social, cognitive and emotional state of the elderly and people living with dementia. Within this framework, an original recreational and communication method, called thāllo®, was developed thanks to a founding grant by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation, and was presented in Greek nursing homes. For more than a decade – we have covered the needs and supported more than 10.000 people with dementia and their caregivers, through an array of offered activities and support programs, like the dementia support line, games, digital applications and a radio station, all through thāllo’s® philosophy of care and support.

Our collaborations with the Museum of Cycladic Art and the Museum of Contemporary Art of the B&E Goulandris Foundation and our presence at the Executive Committee of the Hellenic Initiative Against Alzheimer’s Disease are honorary distinctions of the company’s work, while the interest in the company’s initiative by renowned scientists from the Johns Hopkins University is the capstone of our long running effort for change.

Since its founding, seveneleven has evolved a great deal and has been reinforced by the trust of privates and renowned foundations and organizations; this fills us with optimism and courage for continuing our work even more successfully in the future.

Our Vision

Our vision is to bring our experience beyond Greece, wherever there is a need. Our wish is for our digital tools to be further integrated and to develop new more effective solutions that span from the diagnosis to the monitoring of people with dementia with the help of digital biomarkers and the use of AI.

Our goals

Through a series of valuable collaborations and actions we have been working on our 5 main goals:

Changing the negative stereotypical image of the Third Age,

Enhancing the social, cognitive and emotional health of the elderly and people living with dementia,

Informing and raising awareness on neurodegenerative diseases,

Gradually eliminating the stigma associated with dementia, and

Supporting relatives/caregivers of people living with dementia.

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