Many people find it difficult to remember what day it is. Some lose track of day and night, and call relatives or go out in the middle of the night. This may create problems for individuals as well as their relatives.
These calendars have been evaluated by users with time management problems. The evaluation was carried out by ENABLE, an EU project on technology, ethics and dementia. The result showed that many users benefited from a calendar.
The addition of a personal picture makes the calendar a nice piece of home decoration, which catches the eye in a natural way.
Without any confusing buttons, the Forget–me–not Electronic Calendar is connected to the power outlet with the provided AC adaptor. In the event of a power cut the display text disappears, but it works normally when the power returns.
The Forget–me–not Electronic Calendar is available in several languages.