Day Clock

  • Availability: In Stock
  • £44.99 with VAT relief

  • £53.99

Standard Delivery UK  up to £10 is £2.95

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Standard Delivery UK over £50 is Free

Next Day Delivery is £9.95

European Delivery is £14.95

Worldwide Delivery is £35.00


The Day clock is a cost effective solution to help people living with dementia to maintain their daily routine. It features a simple and clear display showing the time of day as either morning, afternoon, evening or night.

The design utilises a digital photoframe and slides which advance automatically, providing an attractive and cost effective solution to assist people with dementia to tell the time. This would help prevent night-time wandering and general disorientation which can cause poor sleeping patterns, distress and even danger to the person, their carers or relatives. The use of an ordinary clock or calendar does not reduce this problem. Based on research conducted with Occupational Therapists and carers, it has been identified that there is a need for a device which can provide a clear sense of which part of the day it is, e.g. morning, afternoon, evening or night. In user trials this orientation has proved to be much more important than providing the exact time. Engineers at BIME have come up with a design for a device which can display this information.
Product appearance may differ from image shown.
- Dimensions: 21 (w) x 16 (h) cm
- Plug in power source
- Can stand up on it's own or wall mounted 
Always speak to your healthcare professionals before buying equipment to check that it is suitable for you.
This product is eligible for VAT relief and the price shown is minus VAT.
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The design utilises a digital photoframe and slides which advance automatically, providing an attractive and cost effective solution to assist people with dementia to tell the time. This would help prevent night-time wandering and general disorientation which can cause poor sleeping patterns, distress and even danger to the person, their carers or relatives. The use of an ordinary clock or calendar does not reduce this problem. Based on research conducted with Occupational Therapists and carers, it has been identified that there is a need for a device which can provide a clear sense of which part of the day it is, e.g. morning, afternoon, evening or night. In user trials this orientation has proved to be much more important than providing the exact time. Engineers at BIME have come up with a design for a device which can display this information. Product appearance may differ from image shown. 

Key Features: 

  • Simple and clear display showing the time of day 
  • Attractive and cost effective solution to assist people with dementia to tell the time 

Specifications: 

  • Overall Height 16cm (6.3")
  • Overall Width 21cm (8.2")
  • Table or Wall Mounted
  • Power: Plug in power source

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.  

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

(Product code: 7002)

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What products are eligible for VAT relief?


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