With tons of mobile apps currently available, there are also those specifically made and designed to help patients with dementia. Because of said apps, the lives of dementia patients and their caregivers can now be a bit easier to manage. So here, we share with you some of the best apps for dementia patients that will be helpful to you and your aging loved ones.
For instance, tracking the time and date is pretty automatic for a lot of us. However, the elderly and seniors seem to lose track of time quite easily. On the other hand, there are many helpful devices, such as electronic calendars, that can help seniors who have dementia. Learn more about them here.
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.
Fall prevention is priority #1 for caregivers of seniors with dementia or Alzheimer’s. Chair alarms are helpful tools that notify caregivers that a senior has gotten up out of their chair by sounding a loud alarm. There are two basic styles: ones that clip to the senior’s clothing and ones that use weight sensitive pads.