RAZ Mobility, a provider of mobile assistive technology, announced the launch of the RAZ Memory Cell Phone. The cell phone takes simplicity to the extreme and is designed to address the unique needs of people with dementia and other forms of memory loss. The RAZ Memory Cell Phone is also well suited for individuals with intellectual disabilities.
RAZ Mobility launches the RAZ Memory Cell Phone. The phone is designed to address the needs of people with memory less and intellectual disabilities.
According to the Alzheimer’s Association, approximately 5.8 million Americans have Alzheimer’s dementia, with one in ten people over the age of 65 diagnosed with the disease. The number of people with dementia is expected to increase rapidly as the proportion of the population 65 and older increases. The American Psychiatric Association reports that approximately one percent of the population has an intellectual disability.
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The RAZ Memory Cell Phone consists of one primary screen, and one screen only. It is always on and includes pictures and names of up to six contacts and a button to call 911. That’s it! There are no applications or settings to cause confusion. No notifications or operating system updates. No distractions. Users can simply tap and hold the picture of the person they wish to call.
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Caregivers manage the RAZ Memory Cell Phone through a simple online portal. The portal is used to create and edit the contacts, track the location of the phone/user and select certain options, such as the option to restrict incoming calls to people in the user’s contacts, thereby avoiding unwanted calls such as predatory robocalls.