By Bill Fisher | October 21st, 2020
Yeah, it’s very hard to generalize, but it depends on where people are. A lot of our work is done in memory care communities where there is mid- to late-stage dementia, so a lot of people who may never easily access things like email. But a lot of those people are able to recognize a picture of something that matters to them. You can show them stuff ranging from a granddaughter singing to their favorite Frank Sinatra song, a priest saying a rosary or a virtual trip to Paris that resembles one they took 40 years ago. There are no limits to what the content might be, but we don’t want to confuse people with too many choices.