Dementia turns the world upside down, not only for the person affected, but also for their relatives, as brain function gradually declines. Those affected lose their ability to plan, remember things or behave appropriately. At the same time, their motor skills also deteriorate. Ultimately, dementia patients are no longer able to handle daily life alone and need comprehensive care. In Switzerland alone, more than 150,000 people share this diagnosis, and each year, a further 30,000 new cases are diagnosed.