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Talking photo albums allow you to attach a voice recording to each page, which can be played back at the press of a button. They can be used in a variety of ways, such as communication aids, memory books and prompting or sequencing aids.

Easy remote controls are similar to regular remote controls, but with fewer buttons, making them easier to use.

Open and close your curtains by the press of a button using a remote control, a switch or a tablet.

Uses health and safety sensors around the house to call for help when needed. For example when you press your panic button or when the flood sensor is activated. These can be programmed to contact a call-centre or a person of your choice.

Allows you to call for help at the push of a button, if you are worried about who is at the door

For people who struggle to open doors or have physical disabilities, the simple act of moving from one room to another or going outside can represent a barrier to independence either because it’s not easily achievable, or because the person affected is reliant on the presence of a third party.

Unlock the door without the need to use a key, using just your finger or a fob.

See and speak to who’s at the door before you choose to open it

A variety of different devices, such as a flashing beacon or vibrating pillow alert, that are used to alert individuals with hearing or visual impairments that there may be an issue. For example these devices can be linked into the fire alarm and alert when the alarm goes off.

A device which fills your cup with enough hot water for one cup of tea or coffee at the press of a button, eliminating the need to lift a kettle full of boiling hot water.