Stanford’s Center on Longevity recognizes a colorful table set designed to aid Alzheimer's patients. Read Full Article
This seven-piece tableware set designed by Sha Yao for Alzheimer's patients includes anti-slip bowls, anti-tipping mugs, and curved spoons.
The "Taste+" spoon, designed by the Keio-NUS CUTE Center at the National University of Singapore, electrically stimulates taste buds to improve eating for individuals with diminished taste sensation.
Designed by Ritika Mathur of Denmark’s Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design, "Memory Maps" uses GPS technology and a radio frequency identification reader to enable individuals with early-stage memory impairment to record and map experiences.
When placed around an electric stove burner, "ThermoRing"—designed by San Francisco State University student Kayvan Mojtahedzadeh—indicates if it is too hot to touch, a common safety issue for individuals experiencing dementia.