Bay Aging’s Gloucester Adult Day Break has added a new form of interactive technology for its guests that helps stimulate cognitive brain functions.
The Lucynt System is a top-down projector that displays images onto a table below and lets users interact with them. Users can play a wide variety of games and work through cognitive exercises simply by waving their hands over the table.
Bay Aging’s Director of Home and Community Based Services, Tiffany Robins said that the Gloucester Adult Day Break is currently the only center in Virginia that has the Lucynt System installed. Robins said the system allows for guests who struggle with dementia and other conditions that affect their memory and cognition.
Director of the Gloucester Adult Day Break Jordan Heaton explained that the system uses motion sensors to detect when someone interacts with the projections. With the swipe of a hand, a person can score a soccer goal, or solve a math problem. Heaton said that the guests love the ...
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