Daily Living

Devices and services to provide support for everyday life.
A black rectangular device with 10 buttons featuring numbers and symbols.

Programmable hand-held IR transmitters with four operating levels.


A rectangular-shaped device with menu options featuring icons for lights, locks, a door, a TV, and other options.

Control Omni helps users perform tasks and keep in touch with people via text messages with word prediction or regular phone calls. It suits people who have a strong need to be able to control their environment.

A black star-shaped device with a white cord.

Programmable IR transmitter with a USB interface for connecting to a computer for programming, control, and backup.

Start page with menu options featuring TV, Contact Dad, Bed, and On/Off Lights.

Helps users control the appliances in their home by using built-in and downloaded apps with a smartphone or tablet. The remote control app can operate a TV, turn lights on and off, and open windows and doors or z-wave units such as the Andromeda Socket. 

Two iPads showing screenshots. One has a list of activities for brushing teeth, and the other has a calendar showing Friday's activities. 

A customizable visual schedule app that is designed to give individuals who may benefit from visual support to ease transitions or anxiety an audio/visual representation of the “events in their day."

A tablet featuring the MEMOplanner screen hung on a wall.

MEMOplanner is a time and planning tool intended to hang on a wall or placed on a table. It displays the day, time of day, and what activities users have booked during the day, week, and month. 

A white rectangular device with a black background and large blue text displaying the time, day, time of day, and date.

The MEMOday is a way to keep track of the time of day. It is suitable for users who struggle to keep track of the time of day for various reasons such as, for example, dementia. 

An image of white, purple, and pink flowers above a digital display featuring the day of the week, month, and date.

Forget-me-not is an electronic calendar that shows the day of the week and the day on a display. The image can be personalized by replacing the image above the display, for example, a personal image, a phone book, or a weekly schedule.

A gray rectangular device with a horizontal row of lights above the numbers 2, 4, 6, and 8.

An aid for persons with cognitive dysfunction. An electronic hourglass which, with luminous dots, shows how much time is left for a defined time interval.

A gray rectangular device with a vertical row of lights next to the numbers 8, 6, 4, and 2.

A tool that suits all age groups and makes it easier to understand time, e.g., how long an activity takes or when an activity should start.