The RAZ Memory Cell Phone is a simple cell phone for individuals with Alzheimer’s, other forms of dementia and intellectual disabilities. The phone allows people with disabilities to stay connected with friends and family.
The single-touch dial picture phone prioritizes simplicity. It includes only one screen. This single screen includes three elements:
- Photos and names of up to six contacts (with an option for up to twenty-four);
- A dedicated button to contact 911;
- Alternative RAZ Emergency Service to avoid unwanted 911 calls (requires subscription);
- The time, remaining battery power and and signal strength.
Six contacts are displayed as pictures with the names below the pictures. Optionally, up to twenty-four contacts can be shown. Pressing a picture will start a call. The cell phone also includes a dedicated 911 Emergency button.
The display, which is a large 6.2 inches, does not time out. It always remains on. At your option, incoming calls can be restricted to those coming from Contacts, eliminating undesirable predatory calls.
Contacts, including names, pictures and numbers, can be managed through an easy-to-use online portal. Caregivers can also access from the portal GPS location information.
The picture phone does not exit the home screen. This prevents users from getting confused in the normal smartphone environment. Even the power button can be disabled by the caregiver.
Voicemail cannot be accessed.
Wireless Charging Set available.