My mother-in-law has a pillbox that can hold a week's worth of medication and has three separate compartments for each day (morning, noon and night dosages). We have programmed her cell phone to sound an alarm three times a day. When she opens the phone after the alarm sounds, there is a message that pops up reminding her to take her medication. She has to manually shut it off. We keep her cell phone attached to the charger in the same place on the kitchen counter. Thankfully this has worked for us.
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5 Minute Alarm starts at 100% Volume for 2 minutes,
then increases to 150% for another two minutes
and then 200% for the last minute.
Soft enough not to startle but loud enough to be heard through out the house..
The Pill organizer audio alarm features a unique cascading reminder, increasing in volume for 5 minutes before it stops.
The audio alarm will keep repeating the 5 minute cycle every 25 minutes until your pills are taken or the next alert is activated.
When pressing the next alert button, the alarm will stop, however the individual box will continue to flash for ten seconds to ensure the correct pills are taken.
The visual alarm features a LED-light box technology. The LED light will flash in the individual container that needs to be taken eliminating confusion and mistakes.
My hubby won't even try to use the new telephone we have, with a button to turn it on and one to turn it off.He prefers the old one...also the same sort of buttons,but he is adamant about not using the new one. He has only morning and night pills but I can't trust him to take them if I left them out for him. He has to have me to remind him. Now, he has to take eye drops, one kind is 5 times a day and one is 3. There are 3 times when the two drops are taken at the same time. He is always surprised that it is time for drops, questions why he has to take two, or only has to take one, each time...and at times, says he has had enough, he needs no more. He will not even listen to me when I remind him the eye dr. said don't go into sunlight without sun glasses....he just goes out in the bright sun and reads... Pills and drops can be a pain for caregivers...also following some sort of so called "orders." Charlotte