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With many aging adults, cuing the next behavior is all that is needed to keep one safe and healthy. Since Adult children can't always be there or call, having a timely prerecorded reminder of what's next in the familiar voice of a loved one is just the right approach.
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Reminder Rosie is a low-tech memory aid device that seniors actually use. A simple, hands-free, inexpensive solution to remember your medication, appointments, and every-day tasks with no monthly fees.
Using cutting-edge technology Rosie, is so easy to use. Personalized voice reminders announced in the comforting voice of a loved one or caregiver provide elders with the confidence and independence they deserve, while reducing caregiver stress & increasing engagement with care providers.
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