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Teen girls win international prize for dementia app “Memory Haven”

A group of teens has won an international award for creating Memory Haven, an app that helps people with dementia.

The app acts as a surrogate memory for patients, while keeping them connected with family.

Mike Drolet reports on how the app improves lives, and the enthusiastic young women behind it.

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    Bless ups👍🏾♥️

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    What if the patient with dementia forgot how to use a phone, let alone an app…

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    I Hope Old Sleepy Joe Has This App Installed On His Cell Phone..

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    Awesome job! ❤

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    Love it look at the queens

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    Exactly. I KNEW it was coming. Just like the comment section right here on YouTube. Anywhere you give them something safe to hide behind, they show their true savagery.

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    Congratulations to the girls,,,,value to society

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    Hi Boys 😍💋 💝💖♥️❤️

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    Independent thoughts and creativities are illegal in China 🇨🇳.

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    You can get more info about me on my channel 😍💋 💝💖❤️

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    Deepthoughts Herenow

    Joe Biden’s cell should be first

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    I’m so proud of you all. This is a story that touches my heart. My mother had dementia the last couple of years of her life. Her short term memory as affected. I also had an aunt who passed away from early onset Alzheimer’s. I’m so proud that you, so young as you are, would put your efforts into creating something to help people so much older than yourselves. I’m also so sorry you were introduced to racism this way, but know that the vast majority of us out here are happy for you, pleased as punch at your success, and grateful for your efforts, whether you hear from all of us or not. Please keep on going in your efforts to make the world a little better, one idea at a time. Did I mention I’m so proud of you? ❤️🇨🇦☺️

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    I & J Lopez Zavala

    Ya right…. not did we know they were going to use the race card and tears…. blah blah. It was given to them, they didn't earn it. 🖓🖓🖓

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    Now Biden can remember how to defeat mr cornpop

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    Yes, great to see some positivity for a change. I was smiling right along with them as I watched them win! 😀 Congratulations, girls. 👏👏👏👏 I bet this will help a lot of people, and I know your mentor's mother would be very proud, just as you should be.

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    Good Morning Sunday Morning

    Don't you mean "Black" Teen girls ?
    I wonder if BLM and Antifa will visit Global News for failing at their commitment to "anti-racism" which requires focusing specifically on everyone's race before all other aspects of their beings.

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