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Alzheimer's Memory Making App - AMMA

This app is designed to help dementia patients delay their memory loss by strengthening it with this flashcard game

This app is designed to help dementia patients delay their memory loss by strengthening it with this flashcard game

Alzheimer's Memory Making App - AMMA

by Seema Agarwal
Alzheimer's Memory Making App - AMMA
Alzheimer's Memory Making App - AMMA
Alzheimer's Memory Making App - AMMA

What is it about?

This app is designed to help dementia patients delay their memory loss by strengthening it with this flashcard game. Caregivers can add images from their iPhotos on an iPad to their album with information about the photo. (who is in it, where it was taken, etc.) Patients can play the game, which will show a photo saved in the album with a question based on the information entered with the photo. They can either choose to show the answer, which will display what the caregivers have written in that subject of the photo, or next question, where they will be given a different question. In doing this, they can strengthen their memory about events in their own life to help treat their condition.

Alzheimer's Memory Making App - AMMA

App Details

Version
1.1
Rating
NA
Size
14Mb
Genre
Medical Education
Last updated
August 25, 2017
Release date
August 11, 2017
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App Store Description

This app is designed to help dementia patients delay their memory loss by strengthening it with this flashcard game. Caregivers can add images from their iPhotos on an iPad to their album with information about the photo. (who is in it, where it was taken, etc.) Patients can play the game, which will show a photo saved in the album with a question based on the information entered with the photo. They can either choose to show the answer, which will display what the caregivers have written in that subject of the photo, or next question, where they will be given a different question. In doing this, they can strengthen their memory about events in their own life to help treat their condition.