Holocaust survivor Betty Stein, 92, is receiving ping pong therapy at Arthur Gilbert table tennis center in Los Angeles, California. It is a program that helps people with dementia and Alzheimer's disease.

The founder of the program, Mikhail Zaretsksky, says playing sports does not cure nor slow down the disease, however it assists the patients by increasing their heart rate and the flow of the blood to their brain, according to Reuters. This will lead to improved balance in life, help them with their depression and keep them alert.