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Apps to help people with Alzheimer's

1:25 PM, Jun. 18, 2013
Brain fitness games like Memory Trainer and BrainyApp could help keep minds sharp during the early stages of Alzheimer's.
Brain fitness games like Memory Trainer and BrainyApp could help keep minds sharp during the early stages of Alzheimer's.
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You've got tech questions, here are the answers. Kim Komando helps you make the most of your technology by answering your thorniest tech questions. So if you're wondering what to buy, how to plug it in, or how to fix it, Kim can help.Apps to help people with Alzheimer's

Q. My father is seriously struggling with Alzheimer's. I got him a smartphone last Christmas to keep him sharp. What apps should I put on it?

A. I'm sorry to hear that. If it's still in the early stages, brain fitness games could help. Look into Memory Trainer and BrainyApp. After that, you can give him a one-touch dialing app like Unus ...

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