Special teddy bear could soon help dementia patients

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Patients with dementia and memory issues could soon have a new way to connect.

This new "tool" will bring back nostalgia and memories for some.

It’s a teddy bear called "Cue Teddy," that not only talks, but also listens.

Cue Teddy is the brain child of Dr. Roger Nelson, a retired physical therapist whose family dealt with dementia. He saw a need that wasn’t being met.

The bear runs through a series of questions and commands, tapping into three areas of the brain – thought, motion and touch.

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