The attached pictures tell a story from this year. My 80year old neighbor and nurse, Sally, moved out and into an Alzheimer assisted living facility last month. She lived next door and we shared a fence. She helped me grow my garden. She would often be in my yard caring for my yard or coaching me. When became aware of her diagnosis, she would joke and say id need to be sure she wasn't wandering naked in the neighborhood. She repeated herself several times in conversation, but I didn't care. She was happy to engage, and I leaned a lot. She checked herself into assisted living on her own terms. All that to say, Alzheimer's people know they are going to go slowly. They just want to feel connected to authentic moments. The design that would aid this process would be some kind of simulation of what they have known, people they loved, tangible experiences that touched their senses... Smell,color, similar form of a person. And then, enable them to revisit that experience as a reminder of their life experiences or accomplishments.