‘Memory Haven’ is an app developed by three teens to help dementia sufferers

According to Health Service Executive, 55,000 people suffer from dementia in Ireland while on the planet the count is around 50 million in 2020, according to WHO. — AFP Relaxnews

Memory Haven is not on the market yet, but the app, aimed at people suffering from dementia, recently won a prize at a prestigious international technology competition, beating out 1,500 other entries.

From calls to contacts, games and music, this application encompasses everything a dementia sufferer would need to lead a more normal life. And it was designed and coded by three young women.

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