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social, health, political imagery through the lens of George J Huba PhD © 2012-2017

and knew it could become so, but was not there yet.

Most of the life and care management I wish to do can be voice controlled by my more intelligent assistant Siri. Siri’s ability to capture spoken words and translate them into text is a marvelous assist in guiding my calendar, making notes, finding out television schedules, remembering friends and appointments and phone numbers, autodialing and voice activated texting.

The missing feature that could make the iPhone my real best friend?

“Hey Siri, where are you?” Beep, beep, beep, beep beep, beep beep, beep beep beep beep beep beep beep” to an ever louder, faster, and higher tone. Oh yeah, and flash your screen and start vibrating even if I did not set this in the options.

I bet you would like this feature — A LOT — even if you do not have dementia. If you do have dementia, without this feature you may never see your iPhone again after you put it down.

MY IPHONE MY VOICE- CONTROLLED ALMOST BEST FRIEND FOR DEALING WITH DEMENTIA

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