My friend JC has a cell phone that works with his hearing aid using some Bluetooth technology. Lately, his Bluetooth device has had its time and was sent to the shop for repair. While waiting for the fix, JC is
They can acknowledge their well-being with just a push of a button. Or by doing so, they can let their loved ones know that they have taken their medicine. For most seniors, this is how technology should work for them.
Some of us still own a landline phone. One popular belief is that the independently-powered landlines can survive a blackout, which is important in an emergency situation. Yet, cell phones are taking the place of landline phones and offering functions
Many reminder devices and services use sound or voice for the alert. Some can even tell you what the reminder is about. Try adding a light that turns on automatically to remind you at the time of your choosing and
For seniors living by themselves, daily calls offer reassurance1. In case of a mishap, check-in calls may help reduce suffering while they wait to be discovered2. Side effects from some medications can increase the chances of a fall or other
“It’s time for medication” Your medication is important to you. Use CareRinger™ to set daily reminders so you and your loved ones can be more mindful of your medication routines. Now with CareRinger Companion (medicine man), you and your Amazon