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Apps and online tools make tough life a bit easier for Alzheimer's, autism ... - Minneapolis Star Tribune

Apps and online tools make tough life a bit easier for Alzheimer's, autism ... - Minneapolis Star Tribune | Gerontología | Scoop.it
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Apps and online tools make tough life a bit easier for Alzheimer's, autism ...

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Julia Bennett's curator insight, April 22, 2013 4:02 PM

Looks at other people who use ipads for good, not just children with autism 

Sue Blough's comment, May 3, 2013 7:56 PM
What good news for caregivers - especially when the job is shared An app that keeps track of pills and dosages would be extremely helpful for any kind of illness.
Julia Bennett's comment, May 7, 2013 11:13 PM
Yes! Caregivers (including educators) do have to keep track of things like medications especially when working with special education, and an application for that would be awesome. There are so many great application ideas to help people, it is amazing.
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Vivir con el #Alzheimer, nuevo libro de José Luis Molinuevo

Vivir con el #Alzheimer, nuevo libro de José Luis Molinuevo | Gerontología | Scoop.it

«La mayor motivación que me llevó a escribir el libro fue el sufrimiento que percibía en el cuidador» José Luis Molinuevo Guix dirige la Unidad de Alzheimer y otros trastornos cognitivos en el Hosp...


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La música y las caricias, terapias alternativas para el alzhéimer | Afate

La música y las caricias, terapias alternativas para el alzhéimer | Afate | Gerontología | Scoop.it
De hecho, celebra la reciente publicación en España del libro «Asesoramiento del cuidador del enfermo de Alzheimer: un recurso para profesionales socio-sanitarios», de la especialista Mary S. Mittleman.

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