When This Woman Could No Longer Remember, Her Granddaughter Invented Something To HelpThe Alzheimer's Site
Frieda Rozbruch lived an incredible life; she survived the Holocaust, learned seven languages, was a talented cook, and raised three boys. But during the last six years of her life, Frieda lived with dementia — and her piecemeal memory made it hard for her family members to connect with her.
So Frieda’s granddaughter Jenny created an app called GreyMatters that allows people with dementia and their caregivers to connect — and it worked for Frieda! Now Frieda has a new effective therapy that her family and caregivers can use to improve her quality of life. “It is really a tool to bring families together…I believe people with dementia are still here and still capable.”
Watch this sweet video to see how Frieda lights up! (And scroll down to learn more about the app.)