Reddit Reddit reviews Better Living Products 76334 Euro Series TRIO 3-Chamber Soap and Dispenser, Satin Silver

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Better Living Products 76334 Euro Series TRIO 3-Chamber Soap and Dispenser, Satin Silver
Eliminates shower bottle clutter and container lifts off the wall for easy cleaning and re-fillingVersatile dispenser can be mounted either in the corner or flat on a wallSmooth, reliable Dispenser pumps have a Lifetime WarrantyInstalls in minutes without tools, using waterproof silicone adhesive and 2-way tape (included)Housing constructed from durable, water-resistant ABS plastic
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u/Myfeelingsarehurt ยท 2 pointsr/Alzheimers

The number one thing is to set up a network of people. They can be old coworkers, his friends, her friends, family members, church members, neighbors, paid caregivers, who knows maybe boy scouts that need a badge, to give respite care. This can be sitting with them and chatting while you do laundry in the other room, taking them for icecream, letting you go to the doctor yourself, run errands, or just sit with them while you bang you head against the wall. Set them up before you need them, I have one person stop by once a week at least. I try to make it be around the same day/time so I can plan to take "me time" while they are there. This week I went for a massage, last week I took a nap. If you don't take care of yourself you will snap.

Bed alarms are great! They also make matts you can sneak under the carpet by the front door to prevent wandering.

I find making my day easier gives me more time to care properly which in turn makes my day easier! I do this by automating things when I can. I use one of these so I only have to sort pills once a week and can't forget a dose because of a minor catastrophe.

Ivation Automatic Pill Dispenser,

I bought a good shower bench and shower wand to make shower time easier on me, as well as a wall based shampoo soap and conditioner dispenser so I don't have to fiddle with bottles. Something like this:

I love this help button!!!!!
LogicMark Freedom Alert Emergency Alert System -

It works like a cordless home phone and has to be connected to a landline. You don't pay a monitor fee like most. You program it to call 4 numbers in order and then can choose to have it call 911 if the 4 people don't answer. I have it call me twice and the hired caregiver twice. When you answer it tells you it's and emergency and asks you to accept the call by pressing 5 so it isn't tricked by voicemail. It reaches way further than expected and you can speak to them through a mic and speaker in the button!

I also have to say that YouTube and Netflix are good too. Is he reminiscing about a certain time period? Pull up YouTube and find a documentary or news reel. Pull up Netflix and find an old film! Also for some reason my household can watch Simons cat animations for hours just laughing.

I put an iPad mounted to the wall by his bed. The tv was too hard for him to use and he lost the remote constantly , but you can lock a iPad into "guided access" meaning it won't do anything but the app it's in when you start it. I lock it in Netflix and start a movie at bedtime and he happily goes to bed instead of complaining he is not tired (even though he was just snoring in his chair). He can use it easily because you just tap the movie you want to watch. (He just chooses from the few he can see on the screen as he's not great at navigating)

In another way to make my day easier I got a automatic pet feeder and pay to have groceries delivered (thanks Safeway!) I use the app for my pharmacy to help me keep track of refills.