As we age we start losing our hair then the eyes start to go and we may even get memory loss I just saw on the local news here in Maine that an estimated 14.2% suffer from it which I feel is too many. I was glad to be able to review Day Clock. This clock is for those who are suffering from memory loss, dementia, stroke patients, Alzheimer’s and even those senior with eyes going and small print just does not cut it anymore. Day Clock has the following features:
Being high resolution it clearly displays the full day and month with no abbreviations in white letters and numbers against a black background. The clock is brighter in the day and dimmer at night, making it convenient to be placed by the bedside. The clock can be mounted on a wall, or you can flip out the kickstand in back to place it on a shelf. It can be programmed to display in 8 different languages: English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Polish, Dutch and Welsh. Depending on your preference, you can set the time to a 12 or 24 hour ("military time") display.
My Opinion: I found it easy to program and set up, I really like the size of it for seniors and those suffering memory loss. I think you could also use it for those suffering from autism or other developmental disorders as it shows the time and date clearly. The dimming feature is also great. My mom works in a assisted living facility and a majority of her patients are elderly with dementia or have Alzheimer’s so this is perfect for them.
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Disclaimer: I was in no way compensated for this review and this is solely my own opinion which may differ from yours.