Digital voice recorders have lots of uses for seniors from recording reminders to preserving family oral histories. Voice recorders for the elderly should be simple to use, convenient to carry, and have great audio quality with large buttons. Some of the easier to use models are in the article below.
Having an answering machine is handy for those missed calls because you can still get important messages and know that someone called. But, some answering machines are difficult for seniors to use because of failing eyesight, hearing problems, or trying to avoid technology. So, here are the best cordless phones for seniors with answering machines that are easy to use.
Cordless phones have some distinct advantages and disadvantages for seniors. They offer more convenience and safety but are often more complicated to use. When choosing a cordless phone, find one that has big buttons that are easy to see, lots of volume amplification, a choice of loud ringers, plus emergency dialing features.