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.
£64.99 (Incl. VAT)Free Delivery
The Wander Reminder helps prevent people with dementia from wandering during the night.
£99.98 (Incl. VAT)Free Delivery
A wireless doorbell phone system that enables the elderly, vulnerable or less mobile to speak to visitors before opening the door, giving them extra security and peace of mind for relatives and carers.
£109.99 (Incl. VAT)Free Delivery
See visitors that press your doorbell and talk to them before you decide to open the door to them with this wireless video door phone.