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Beats Medical: changing the approach to neurological disease

“It’s a huge honour to be supported by the European Commission and really push the limits of what we are doing with this technology….this grant will support us in having the impact we’ve always wanted to have.”

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2020-01-30

#MakeAFuss: 'It would’ve been great if I had backed myself sooner' - Med tech CEO Ciara Clancy

"I wasn’t sure if we could do it but I wanted to try." Some great business ideas come together slowly and over a long period of time - and some are instant.

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2019-06-08

Beats Medical added to Parkinson’s UK’s app library

An app which helps those with Parkinson’s improve their walking, speech, and hand movements has been given a seal of approval by a leading charity.

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2019-01-16

Irish Parkinson’s app that improves walking and speech gets major approval

The largest Parkinson’s disease charity in Europe has given the seal of approval to a new Irish smartphone app developed by Beats Medical.

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2019-01-08

New app for children with dyspraxia, Aims to help fine/gross motor skill development

An innovative new app for children with coordination disorder, dyspraxia, has been launched in Ireland. Dyspraxia, also known as developmental coordination disorder (DCD), is a neurological condition that affects fine and/or gross motor coordination skills, such as talking, balance, dexterity, and handwriting.

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2018-10-25

Irish entrepreneur Ciara Clancy is using technology to lead the fight against Parkinson's disease

Ciara Clancy is no ordinary entrepreneur, with her company Beats Medical far less concerned with making money than it is with helping people live with various neurological conditions.

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2018-09-04

Beating dyspraxia/DCD: you can start early with help from your smartphone

Did you know that as many as two children in every classroom may have dyspraxia? Possibly not, as it’s not widely spoken about. Also known as developmental coordination disorder (DCD), awareness of dyspraxia/DCD remains poor despite its relatively high prevalence.

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2018-08-03

Beats Medical Dyspraxia App

Irish MedTech firm Beats Medical, founded by Dr. Ciara Clancy, has partnered with Vhi on a new children’s digital therapy app service. 82% of children with Dyspraxia are missing out on crucial treatment and therapies due to long waiting lists and financial constraints.

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2018-07-30

Beats Medical launches new app for children with dyspraxia

Beats Medical, a service that provides innovative technological solutions to treat neurological disorders, has launched a brand new app aimed at children with dyspraxia today.

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2018-07-30

Dublin tech company launches new Dyspraxia therapy app for children

With long waits for kids' Dyspraxia treatment in Ireland, a new app has been launched to help young sufferers' development. Dublin-based Beats Medical has created the app to make care for the condition more accessible.

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2018-07-29

Beats Medical expands with launch of app for children with dyspraxia

Dublin based med-tech firm Beats Medical is set to launch a new innovative app for children with dyspraxia. The Beats Medical Dyspraxia app brings tech-based exercises and interactive games to children in the home daily said Beats Medical CEO and founder Dr. Ciara Clancy.

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2018-07-22

Beats Medical expands with launch of app for children with dyspraxia

It will partner with the country's largest health insurer, VHI, on the new digital therapy service. The company already has users across more than 44 countries for a similar app for sufferers of Parkinson's disease.

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2018-07-22

Move to the beat: meet the Parkinson’s physio behind award-winning mobility app

We talk to Ciara Clancy, specialist Parkinson’s physiotherapist and founder of Beats Medical, about how her award-winning mobile app, based on ‘metronome therapy’, is giving patients the tools to improve mobility.

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2017-06-28

Google Invites Ciara Clancy To Silicon Valley

Dublin startup Beats Medical will be the first Irish company to pitch at the Google Demo Day in Silicon Valley on November 2, one of 12 female-led startups from around the world which will pitch their businesses to over 100 investors, venture capitalists.

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2016-10-19

Dublin startup the first Irish firm to pitch at exclusive Google event in Silicon Valley

Beats Medical has become the first Irish firm to be invited to Google’s exclusive Google ‘demo day’ in Silicon Valley. The Dublin-based company, which created an app to help treat symptoms of Parkinson’s disease, announced today that it has been asked to pitch at the event in early November.

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2016-10-19

Winner Best Start Up Business (up to 18 months) & Overall Winner Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur Dublin City

Ciara is passionate about providing people with Parkinson’s the tools to take control to live independent lives for longer. She is keen to transform healthcare provision through technology and develop a globally scalable business.

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2016-04-28

21 Irish start-ups to watch in 2016

Siliconrepublic.com editor John Kennedy makes his selection of the start-ups with the right stuff to succeed in 2016.

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2015-12-15

Beats Medical wins Google's adopt a startup programme

Beats Medical has been named the winner of the Google Adopt a Startup Programme following a dragon’s den style final held in The Foundry at Google’s EMEA headquarters in Dublin.

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2015-12-02

Startup Opens Doors For Parkinson’s Patients

Ciara Clancy believes the future of healthcare lies in mobile technology, and she’s putting her money where her mouth is. During her studies and work as a physiotherapist, Ciara developed an interest in Parkinson’s Disease, which hinders mobility by impairing victims’ ability to walk and causing freezing symptoms.

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2015-11-23

Parkinson’s treated by Beats Medical app

Beats Medical has created an app that turns a smartphone into a medical device used to deliver treatment for Parkinson’s disease.

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2015-06-30

Company moves to its own Beats

Innovative Dublin company Beats Medical has created an app which turns a smartphone into a medical device used to deliver treatment for Parkinson’s disease.

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2015-06-29

Parkinson’s app ‘is like oil in my joints and gets me going’

An app developed by a young Irish physiotherapist is getting Parkinson’s patients moving

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2014-09-16