Mem-x Memory Reminder

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  • £129.95

  • £105.99

Standard Delivery UK  up to £10 is £2.95

Standard Delivery UK over £10 is £4.95

Next Day Delivery is £9.95

We offer a next working day delivery service for UK orders placed before 13.00. Orders placed after this time will be delivered on the following working day. All next working day deliveries will be delivered between the hours of 08.00 and 20.00.


If you require a more urgent delivery service please call the team on 0300 124 0900 (local rate). Additional charges will apply.

European Delivery is £14.95

Worldwide Delivery is £35.00


MEM-X is a voice memory aid designed for those with some memory loss, reminding the user of things to do at a specific time, from special events to taking medication. Record a message and set the time. When the alert sounds press the large blue button to hear the reminder.

Specifications: 

- Easy to use.

- Record and program reminder messages.

- Daily, weekly or one-off reminders.

- Allows up to 90+ recorded messages

Prolong Independent Living by recording your own timed, voice messages and reminders. A perfect medication reminder. Helps to reassure carers and users.

A Typical Day with MEM-X:

8:00am “It’s 8 o’clock in the morning and today is Tuesday. It’s time to get up because you are going to the Daycare centre today” (weekly message)

9:00am “It is 9 o’clock. It’s time to take your medicine” (daily message)

9:45am “The taxi is coming in 10 mins. Remember to take your pills with you” (weekly message)

5:00pm “It’s Beth’s Birthday today, give her a call to wish her Happy Birthday”

7:00pm  “It is 7 o’clock. Its your gardening programme on the television!”

9:00pm “It’s 9 o’clock it’s time to lock the door”

*Note that the medication dispenser in the photo is NOT included.

Key features: 

  • Voice memory aid designed for those with some memory loss, reminding the user of things to do at a specific time.
  • When the alert sounds press the large blue button to hear the reminder. 

Choosing the right product

People react differently to different products. For example, one person might find it helpful to have a recorded message that plays when they open the front door, reminding them to take their keys, while another person might find this confusing. Some people may also be wary of trying new things or find it difficult to learn new skills. Choosing the right product is therefore not always an easy task. The products you purchase should suit the individual and their situation.  

For more information see here.

Always speak to your healthcare professionals before buying equipment to check that it is suitable for you.

 

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