Easy-to-use picture phone for people with memory loss, dementia, Alzheimer’s or intellectual disabilities.
The RAZ Memory Cell Phone ensures that individuals with dementia or intellectual disabilities stay connected with their loved ones whether they are at home or away from home!
The one-touch dial picture phone is relentless in its focus on simplicity. It consists of one primary screen, and one screen only.
The screen includes 3 elements:
That’s it! There are no applications or settings to cause confusion.
No notifications or operating system updates. No voicemail.
No distractions. Simply tap the picture of the person you wish to call.
Easy-to-use talking phone that takes care of all the basic telecommunications needs. The talking voice guide provides someone who is blind with the ability to use every feature of the phone. And the large tactile buttons allow users to navigate the phone with ease.
Users can place calls, send text messages, and more, with voice commands.
RAZ Mobility offers state equipment distribution programs a comprehensive program for mobile devices.
This program includes iOS, Android and other wireless devices, apps developed by RAZ Mobility and services, such as training and support, integration, extended warranties and mobile device management services. The RAZ Mobility program can support individuals with hearing, vision, mobility, speech and intellectual disabilities.
RAZ Mobility has developed custom programs to support the administration of specialized telecommunication equipment distribution programs for persons with disabilities.
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