Learning Disability

Technology can assist in the growing independence of people with learning disabilities. Memory prompts and task organisers can play a major role in helping people with learning disabilities live on their own and maintain their independence.

Technology can also assist with daily tasks, helping people to take an active role in managing their difficulties and can improve their quality of life.

Bogus caller digital peephole viewers and wandering alarms can maintain people’s safety what at home or when out and about.

As a relative or carer of someone with a learning disability technology can give you peace of mind, things like remote monitoring systems and panic buttons can instantly alert you if your loved one has an emergency or requires help or assistance.

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  • Auto Dialler

    Auto Dialler

    £169.99 (Incl. VAT)
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    Short Description

    This autodialler can be linked to any Alert-iT sensor, such as a door sensor or fall badge.  Once an alert has been triggered, the autodialler will dial up to 8 telephone number in turn, delivering a voice message to alert a carer that a response is required.

  • Automatic LED Night Lights (pack of 2)

    Automatic LED Night Lights (pack of 2)

    £19.99 (Incl. VAT)
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    Short Description

    Automatic lights replace the traditional on/off switch by turning lights on when a person enters a room and turning lights off once the last person has exited a room. Automatic lighting is ideal in homes where light switches are in awkward places or as a cost-saving measure in locations where lights are routinely left on.

  • Cooker Guard : safety device for electric cooker

    Cooker Guard : safety device for electric cooker

    £359.99 (Incl. VAT)
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    Short Description

    The cooker and it's associated risks often causes great concern for those caring for a loved one. The Cooker Guard automatically turns off the cooker if it is unintentionally left on helping elderly and vulnerable people to live safely at home and provides reassurance to their relatives and carers.

  • Home Care Alert Alarm with Wireless Doorbell

    Home Care Alert Alarm with Wireless Doorbell

    £35.99 (Incl. VAT)
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    Short Description

    This easy to fit wireless doorbell can also be used as an emergency panic alarm.  Once the bell or panic button is pushed it will send a signal to sound the bell (different sounds for the doorbell and panic signal) and it also has a visual light to assist those with hearing limitations.

  • Mem-X Voice Reminder

    Mem-X Voice Reminder

    £126.98 (Incl. VAT)
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    Short Description

    Ensure you or your loved one doesn't forget those important jobs or appointments with the Mem-X Voice Recorder. This compact and light Voice Recorder is simple to use and simple to programme, giving peace of mind and additional reassurance to relatives or carers of a person who has memory loss

  • One Button Analogue Radio

    One Button Analogue Radio

    £70.00 (Incl. VAT)
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    Short Description

    The new One Button Analogue Radio is the ideal solution for people with memory problems or dementia, those with poor coordination, dexterity problems, or partially sighted people who find operating standard radios difficult or confusing.

  • One Button Digital Roberts Radio

    One Button Digital Roberts Radio

    £135.00 (Incl. VAT)
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    Short Description

    The One Button Digital Roberts radio is the ideal solution for people with memory problems or dementia, those with poor coordination, or partially sighted people who find operating standard radios difficult.

  • Pivotell Advance Automatic Pill Dispenser

    Pivotell Advance Automatic Pill Dispenser

    £129.00 (Incl. VAT)
    Free Delivery

    Short Description

    Ideal for those with complicated medication regimes, the Pivotell Advance Dispenser incorporates a number of important features which are designed to help both the user with their medication regime but also helps to support their family, carers and pharmacists.

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