A 15-Year-Old Google Science Fair Finalist Has A Simple Idea To Help Alzheimer’s Patients

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Image via Anna Kuchment @akuchment on Twitter. https://twitter.com/akuchment

Young Kenneth Shinozuka from New York City has started a project that seeks to find a way to stop Alzheimer’s patients from wandering at night. Kenneth’s project was inspired by his grandfather, who is just one of the 52 million American dealing with Alzheimers. To help his grandfather and millions of others, Kenneth has designed a system that wirelessly triggers an alert on a caregiver’s smartphone once a patient steps out of bed. Learn more about his project here: http://www.businessinsider.com/kenneth-shinozuka-google-science-fair-2014-8

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