Each of our vision aids for dementia is designed with simplified features to make it easier for people to use. Our selection of clocks and watches have white backgrounds and enlarged black numbers, perfect for those with both dementia and impaired vision. We also supply a range of digital dementia clocks, which can be customised to prompt people to carry out day-to-day tasks and keep on top of daily routines.
Certain people may be more reliant on hearing aids for dementia as a means of navigating their lives. Many of our clocks are also equipped with talking features which can allow people to understand the date and time, despite their difficulties with sight or memory. Several of our products are also designed to be worn on the go, so regardless of where they are, they can simply turn to their wrist to have the time read aloud.
Whether your loved one has hearing or vision loss, our selection of flashing and vibrating doorbells is ideal for alerting people living with dementia when someone is at the door. These systems can be clipped to their clothes or placed in their pocket to make sure that they are always made aware when they have a visitor, be it from family or carers.
At Complete Care Shop, we’re determined to help and support you towards increased independence in your every day. Backed by thousands of users on Trustpilot, you can rely on our high-quality hearing & vision aids for dementia, with confidence.
There are plenty of ways to get the help you need with us. We have a useful online help and advice section and also offer a product advice service which offers quality, professional support. If you have any more questions about our range of hearing and vision aids for dementia, don’t hesitate to contact us.
Many hearing aids are equipped with talking features in order to reduce the anxiety of those living with dementia and the visually impaired by aiding them in orienting themselves, whether it be by informing them on the date, time, or daily tasks they need to complete.
In a similar way to hearing aids, visual aids for dementia allow them to get a better understanding of their surroundings and the time. They aim to reduce disorientation and cater to the cognitive impairments of those living with dementia. If you are unsure of which of our hearing and vision aids for dementia is the right choice for your loved one, get in touch with one of our Occupational Therapists who can advise you on choosing the appropriate independent living aids.
Yes, dementia clocks can greatly benefit those with dementia by making them more aware of the time and the date. Their simplified designs with high contrast colours make reading the clock easier for those with impaired vision and they can even come with talking features.
Absolutely not. Free from wiring, our systems have a range that reaches up to 250 metres. By pushing the doorbell, the battery-operated flashing chime is immediately activated. The pager simply requires 2 xAAA batteries and the bell push arrives with a 23A, 12v battery.