One young man is easing the effects of Alzheimer’s disease. Around 16-years-old Kenneth started developing technologies to help the elderly. By the age of 15 he had become an entrepreneur and a CEO. His grandfather had Alzheimer’s for over 12 years and toward the end of his life he started wandering a lot out of his bed. This caused many sleepless nights for his family and life-threatening accidents so Kenneth created the Safe Wander button sensor. It works by detecting a change in the body position when your loved one rises from bed and sends an alert to your mobile device before his or her feet land on the floor. The gadget has detected 100 percent of his grandfather’s wanderings and has benefited caregivers around the world.