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Company Helps Dementia Patients Find Home By Recreating Doors (9 pics)

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True Doors are made to measure stickers that allow people to turn their door into any type of door they want. The company is helping dementia patients find their rooms by recreating their doors from home, and the custom doors have been proven to stimulate the brain and improve memory.

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№1 Author: Grunt Callahan (15 Nov 2016 05:35) Total user comments: 2414


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Does the lady in #3 live in a ghetto?
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№2 Author: FunGuy (15 Nov 2016 06:45) Total user comments: 594


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Quote: Grunt Callahan
Does the lady in #3 live in a ghetto?

He's a man... I think. He may have lived with a teenager or an artist.
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