The Lindy Bear was designed to help individuals with Alzheimers or dementia remember forgotten answers to questions.
Inventor Cheryl Ann Freeman, a healthcare professional from Glen Burnie, MD has designed a bear to help individuals with Alzheimers or dementia remember forgotten answers to questions.
There is a high population with Alzheimers or dementia living at home or in the memory care unit of an assisted living or nursing rehabilitation facility. These residents face short-term or long-term memory issues, which can be very frustrating for them. Some carry a bear as a companion to comfort them in their everyday struggles of forgetfulness and loneliness. Inventor Freeman has worked directly in this area of healthcare and has seen firsthand the memory issues they face. In turn, she was inspired to create a bear that would speak responses to familiar questions so they wouldnt feel the burden of asking others the same questions every day.
This clever new invention is a plush stuffed bear. Its main purpose is to help with memory issues. The bear gives a voice response in a familiar voice. Users will be able to record, play, or erase messages. It reassures and comforts. It alleviates the stress of feeling confused.
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