Wireless Object Locator is the Perfect Complement to In-Home Care

Had a “senior moment” lately? You know those times when you misplace your wallet or can’t remember where you parked the car? We all have them, but for an elderly loved one trying to maintain his or her independence, those moments can be especially frustrating. Luckily, technology has come to the rescue in the form of a cool tool called the Doro MemoryPlus 335 Wireless Object Locator.

This ingenious little tool consists of an easy-to-use, four-button remote, four wireless sensors, and a storage cradle. Simply attach one of the sensors to your relative’s most frequently misplaced object, and the next time it goes missing, the push of a button will start the attached sensor beeping so it can be easily found. The sensors come in three different configurations for a variety of uses, including a thin wallet-sized beeper, two with key-chain attachments, and one all-purpose lobster-claw clip. Best of all, it’s self-locating. If your loved one forgets to put the remote back in its cradle, the device emits a series of reminder beeps, so this is one remote that will never be lost.

This clever helper is perfect for those times when in-home care staff is unavailable, or when your elderly loved one just wants to feel a little more independent. Easy operation, excellent signal strength, and a variety of sensor styles make it easy to find nearly anything with just the touch of a button.

Tim Colling
Tim Colling

Tim Colling is the founder and President of A Servant's Heart In-Home Care, which provided in-home caregiving services in San Diego County, and also of A Servant's Heart Geriatric Care Management, which provided
professional geriatric care management services and long term care placement services in San Diego County. Tim has more than 30 years of experience in management in a variety of industries. He held a Certified Care Manager credential from the National Academy of Certified Care Managers. Tim is also a Certified Public Accountant (retired), and received his Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting from California State University at San Diego. In addition to writing blog posts here for the Servant’s Heart blog, Tim also is a regular contributor to HealthLine.com and to FamilyAffaires.com as well as blogs of other eldercare services provider companies. Finally, Tim is also the president of A Servant's Heart Web Design and Marketing, which provides home care marketing as well as website design and online marketing for those who serve the elderly and their families.

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