Dementia app boosts communication and reconnection

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Memory Lane Games has created a groundbreaking app that enhances the lives of those with dementia and their caregivers. The app specifically designed to improve communication, provide calm, and bring joy through laughter.

Bruce Elliott, founder and CEO of Memory Lane, discussed this innovative technology on “Arizona Horizon.”

Memory Lane helps users reconnect with their cherished memories and facilitates intergenerational bonding. The app includes a variety of frustration-free games, accessible on tablets, that are crafted to stimulate conversations, foster reminiscence, and trigger positive memories, enhancing daily interactions for individuals with dementia. There is a library of thousands of games on a variety of topics that are international and multicultural. 

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Bruce Elliott, Founder and CEO, Memory Lane

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