Memory 2.0 Café uses technology to help those with memory loss


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  • Friday, 20 May 2016

Debby Dodds, center, has started offering workshops for people with memory loss and their caretakers on how to use iPads to help memory. She's modeled the program after her work in southern California. (Colin Mulvany/The Spokesman-Review/TNS)

SPOKANE, Washington: Frances Weishaar looks confused and lost, nervously rubbing her wrinkled hands. 

Then the music reaches her ears. Weishaar's face opens into a smile and she starts to sing and clap. 

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