Imagine having difficulty carrying out everyday activities such as cooking, remembering appointments or taking medication.. Dementia causes memory problems that make it increasingly difficult to carry out everyday activities, causingconfusion, anxiety, embarrassment, or depression for sufferers. Ultimately, this decreasing ability to carry out daily activities can cause stress to family and carers who worry about the dementia patient’s safety and well-being.
A range of Assistive Technology devices have been developed to support people with dementia. These smart assistive technologies help people with dementia in everyday living, monitoring, safety and communication.
In instances where a person with dementia is prone to wandering and disorientation, GPS tracking devices such as MindMe pro 3G can give extra peace to loved ones and carers. These devices include features that make them act as life alarms, as they send an emergency alerts, when triggered, to pre-set mobile phone numbers.
It is essential to understand that assistive technology devices are not always about the technology; but rather about enhancing the quality of life , safeguarding, living standards, social interaction and providing greater independence.
The Victorian Government’s Dementia-Friendly Environments guide states the following key benefits of assistive technology:
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For more information on Mind Me Pro SOS & GPS Pendents please visit https://www.shhc.com.au/mind-me-pro-sos-gps-pendants.
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