Sunday, April 18, 2010


Over five million people in the United States are affected by Alzheimer's disease. With time, Alzheimer's disease gets progressively worse and has major effects on an older person's memory which impacts their ability to live in an independent lifestyle. Nevertheless, older adults with mild stages of Alzheimer's still have the chance to live normal and independent lives with the right resources. Some mild stages of Alzheimer's disease includes difficulty managing finances, planning meals, and taking medication on time, as well as difficulty learning and remembering new information. It is vital that certain resources be provided to older adults to make sure they are safe and kept healthy.

Med-E-Lert Automatic Pill Dispenser is great for the elderly. It has the capabilities to dispense the right pills at the right time, hold doses for up to two weeks and warn older adults when it's dose time through audible and visual signals. Med-E-Lert helps make sure that pills are taken in the right amount and at the right time. The devise can be especially useful elderly who have Alzheimer's. Since medicine is constantly improving, there is a variety of pills that can help older adults. Older adults find it hard to remember the amount and time they must take their pills. Patients with complicated daily medical regimes can benefit from such a product because not only will iy insure the right amount of pills are taken, but it will also remind the patient through a loud beeping sound when it is time to take their medication.

John Krans
International Sales Manager