Teen’s Genius Invention Helps his Grandpa Cope with Alzheimer’s and Keeps him Safe

Life by This Buzz on August 8, 2017

A 15-year-old teen who lives with his beloved grandpa wanted to help him cope with Alzheimer’s disease and keep him safe, so instead of being sad and sulking, he got his creative wheels in motion and came up with a genius invention – and it all begins with a sock…

The dedicated teen, Kenneth Shinozuka, was worried when his grandpa started getting up in the middle of the night and wandering off.  The family experienced the scare of a lifetime when he wandered onto the freeway, but by the grace of God a police officer brought him back to safety. Check out Shinozuka’s lifesaving invention that won him a Science in Action award from Scientific American…

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