Where To Put Your Day Clock
Once you have purchased a Day Clock it is highly important to place it in the perfect location to gain maximum effect for the user. With the Day Clock positioned correctly it makes the day so much more manageable for people with memory loss problems. Explained below are some of the most popular locations to display the Day Clock.
In The Bedroom
One of the most useful locations for displaying the Day Clock is in the bedroom. Allowing people with memory problems such as Alzheimer’s or Dementia to quickly realise when the morning arrives reassures them that they can get up and start their normal daily routine. It is not uncommon for people living with memory loss to get up far too early, which can be very confusing and completely ruins their normal daily routine.
By The Phone
To further assure people living with memory loss, a great location to place a Day Clock is near the phone. This will remind people living with Alzheimer's or Dementia what time of day it is to reduce the risk of phoning out at unsociable hours.
Next To The Calendar
Having a Day Clock next to a calendar can prove a huge help for people with Dementia or Alzheimer. With the Day Clock quickly and easily displaying the day and time period, it becomes the perfect basis to plan the day’s activities or the week’s events.
By The Door
To reassure people with memory problems that they are leaving the house on the correct day and time is hugely important. This not only helps with dealing with the day-to-day problems that come with memory loss, but also with personal safety, as wondering out at very early in the morning or late at night could prove harmful.
In The Kitchen
The kitchen is seen by many as being the central location of the house. With a Day Clock strategically placed here people living with Dementia or Alzheimer's will continuously be reminded whether it is morning, afternoon, evening or night. This constant reminder will be the perfect reassurance that people with Dementia or Alzheimer's need to make their day more controllable.
All of the above allows memory loss sufferers to better plan their day by allowing them to stick to their normal daily routine. This makes living with memory loss that little bit more manageable.