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With its latest release, the online resource platform continues to provide families with lifestyle advice for the over 55s. Led by Greg Wilson, the team researches and writes articles about products that can alleviate common problems.

More information can be found at: https://senioraffair.com/best-cell-phones-for-seniors-with-dementia

The new guide focuses on the communication challenges older people and their loved ones face when coping with dementia. Senior Affair explains that cell phones can provide a human connection that helps combat loneliness and some of the other symptoms of aging.

In the new guide, readers will learn about some of the most suitable cell phones for seniors with memory issues. Each was selected by Senior Affair’s experienced team of writers for its functionality and accessibility.

The RAZ Memory phone stands out for its design philosophy, as it was created specifically for people with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. The phone is designed to be easy to use, with a larger 6.3-inch screen to reduce difficulties with vision loss.

There’s room for six contacts with clear images for easy memorization, and space is included for up to 24 contacts in total. There’s no volume button, messaging system or menu, and the phone doesn’t have a sleep mode.

Other options included in the guide are the Jitterbug Smart, a one-screen smartphone that can double as a medical alert device with a built-in emergency response button.

The Jitterbug Flip phone offers a more diverse range of features, including Amazon Alexa, while the Snapfon ezTWO3g has the option of a subscription monitoring service for those who want more peace of mind.

Senior Affair has released the guide to ease the worries of many family members when loved ones develop memory loss.

A spokesperson for the site says: “According to Alzheimer’s Disease International, one person develops dementia every three seconds. As a caregiver, you can help by recommending certain lifestyle changes. If you’re caring for someone with these symptoms, loneliness often accompanies aging and it’s necessary to have a lifeline for everyday life. You can help by upgrading their cell phone.

Interested parties can learn more at: https://senioraffair.com/best-cell-phones-for-seniors-with-dementia

Contact information:
Name: Greg Wilson
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Organization: Senior Affair
Address: 10119 Richardson Court, Orlando, Florida 32825, USA
Phone: +1-323-632-3279
Website: https://senioraffair.com

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