My Happy Life
Ever wonder if a loved one is having memory loss? "My Happy Life" helps you discreetly track your loved one's ability to recognize familiar faces or places.
Photo albums are recognized as one of the best aids for people with memory loss. Pictures of family and friends can be very comforting in a world that is more and more confusing. Caregivers have the opportunity to gain a better knowledge of who this person is and as a result this greatly enhances the caregiver-patient relationship.
These photos can also sometimes help jog the previous memories of those whose recall is compromised.
This app has been designed with simplicity as a top priority. You - or the caregiver - using a telephone camera, photograph a picture - then name each person and their relationship to your loved one provided in the box. When your loved one looks at the picture and doesn't recognize someone they simply tap the face and the name and the relationship appears. "My Happy Life" informs when one's memory can't.
And what if - in this safe and calming atmosphere - you were able to track and evaluate your loved one's recognition capabilities? "My Happy Life" can track and send you a report showing you who was not recognized and also at what time and date this occurred. Your loved one can do this activity alone or for more accuracy, with a caregiver. This data could help in assessing someone's memory, if it is possibly declining and should this person be further evaluated.
Memory tests can be very stressful for the memory impaired and often result in anger or agitation. "My Happy Life" eliminates anxiety by accumulating data through a pleasant activity.
And for the very memory impaired, imagine your loved one taking a trip down memory lane enabled to experience with more accuracy and meaning "My Happy Life".
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** Disclaimer: "My Happy Life" is not intended to diagnose or treat memory loss conditions.