Automatic Pill Dispenser

It’s a potentially dangerous scenario for many seniors: you’re on medication but you forget to take it — or worse, you cannot remember whether you took pills or not, so you take them again. This problem has attracted lots of innovation over the past few years, and a handful of products are designed to remind, dispense, and/or manage medication. See it here About the product Pill... Read More »

The Clock that Talks – the Reminder Rosie

What it is: A voice-activated talking clock that tells you to take your medicine at a certain time. You can use it for other reminders, too (feed the cat, take a short walk). How it works: A family member programs the clock, the Reminder Rosie (perhaps "I love you, Mom. It's time to take two blue pills and one yellow pill"). Once the medicine is taken, the person either says "reminder off"... Read More »

The Must-Have Seat Belt Helper

Seat Belt Helper attaches to any car seat belt and creates an extended handle for a driver to effortlessly reach the seat belt buckle. The person having limited arm mobility will find the soft silicone indispensible and comfortable to hold. The Seat Belt Helper installs in seconds without tools and can be moved from car to car if needed. About the product Provides extended 'handle' to help... Read More »

The Hearing Amplifier

Otofonix Hearing Amplifier All Digital Volume Control Personal Sound Amplifier About the product Free Live Phone Technical Support. No prescription or medical evaluation required. The Otofonix Elite hearing instrument offers the most cutting edge and advanced digital personal sound amplification technology available on the market for a fraction of the cost. Sound Amplification with 4... Read More »

3 Fall Detection Devices to Keep your Mom Safe

// // As the number of older adults and people with chronic diseases dramatically increases over the next two decades, the American medical system will face tremendous challenges. Falls are the leading cause of injury and injury-related death among seniors, at a cost of well over $30 billion annually, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention  and by 2020, spending is... Read More »