by Team Frenalytics | June 1, 2022
New York-based cognitive therapy and personalized learning software Frenalytics was featured in Patch Media’s edition of Patch AM Long Island through an interview with CEO and co-founder Matt Giovanniello hosted by Patch editor Jerry Barmash.
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“It was a great honor to be interviewed by Mr. Barmash and be recognized as a growing company in the Long Island Community,” exclaimed Matt Giovanniello, CEO and co-founder of Frenalytics.
The Frenalytics story of personalized learning for people with stoke, dementia, traumatic brain injury, autism and Down syndrome – and its creation by then 7th grader Matt to help his grandmother Teresa recover from a stroke – continues to grow locally and regionally.
“It’s been amazing to see Frenalytics expand, but more importantly, to witness the impact of our program helping so many people relearn and build new memories,” added Matt.
Jerry Barmash an is editor for Patch on Nassau County’s South Shore with extensive broadcasting experience on Long Island and the five boroughs. His extensive journalism career spans across national outlets including Bloomberg, DailyMail.com, and Wall Street Journal Radio.
Watch the full interview below:
Read the Patch Long Island article covering Jerry’s interview with Matt: Patch AM: Long Islander Creates App To Help Fight Memory Loss
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