Memory Aids and Reminders

Don’t let memory problems interfere with your or your loved one’s life, with a memory aid or reminder you can be sure that you never miss that important date or appointment.

While memory loss is a normal part of ageing, it is also common in conditions like dementia or for people recovering from brain injuries or those with learning disabilities.

For those choosing to live independently, memory aids can help to keep those struggling with memory loss safer in their own home. Alvolution has a range of simple memory prompting devices that use audible signals when triggered to prompt or avoid specific activity. Memory aids, or memory reminders are placed in a prominent area and set to sound an alarm or recorded message designed to prevent someone forgetting an important task, such as taking their medication.

Memory reminders are particularly useful for those suffering from Alzheimer's disease or dementia, where routines and recent events can be easily missed. Memory aids are sometimes fixed to a wall or worn round the neck so that the user cannot misplace them. A memo reminder is the ideal way to support an elderly person who is trying to retain their independence for as long as possible.

From reminding people to take their keys out with them, to prompting them to put on a safety chain before opening the front door, memory aids help carers to leave their familiar voice behind when vulnerable people need it most. A memo reminder is a fundamental part of any dementia care package or a system designed for the benefit of people with learning disabilities.

Take a look at the memory aids and reminders available now from Alvolution.

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  • Mem-X Voice Reminder

    Mem-X Voice Reminder

    £126.98 (Incl. VAT)
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    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

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