BBrain Basic – Analogue Dementia Clock – Black
Are you looking for a clock that provides the time, day, part of the day, and date in a traditional way? Then this analogue clock is the right option for you.
The BBrain Basic Analogue Dementia clock was designed especially for people with (beginning) dementia or memory problems.
The clock is clear and brings structure and peace. In addition to the standard display of date, day and time, this analogue dementia clock also displays the part of the day (morning, afternoon, evening, and night).
The clock has a large (10-inch) screen with illuminated letters and numbers. In the evening, between 7 pm and 7 am, the LED lighting is dimmed.
A tone can be set for each hour as an extra mnemonic for the user. The clock can easily be switched from the digital to the analogue display.
Daily planning and structure
Support with decreased sense of time
Increase of self-reliance
Medication reminder and alarm clocks
A number of standard alarms – such as a medication alarm, a notification to go to bed, a notification to get up, and individual alarms – can be enabled in the settings. These can be set with a number of different frequencies: one time, daily, from Monday to Friday, or on Sunday. This is useful if, for example, medication has to be taken at a fixed time. The alarm can be turned off by pressing any button on the back of the clock. This is clearly indicated on the screen when the alarm goes off.
Difference between the Analogue Dementia clock and the Digital Dementia clock
The Analogue and the Digital Dementia clock both possess the exact same functionalities, the only difference is in the display of time (either digital or analogue). Often, people who suffer from dementia don’t recognise the digital time indication any longer (16:34), but still recognise the analogue position of the hands of the clock as an indication of the time. This clock shows the analogue time on the extra-large 10-inch screen.
Both the analogue and digital displays can be shown in two ways, either the standard black and white display or the display for people with a visual impairment in black and yellow. (Approximately 85% of all the visual impairments in the Netherlands occur in people aged 50 or older). In addition, the digital display can also show the day in a red bar, especially for people with dementia.
BBrain Basic Analogue in pictures
Difference between the 8-inch Dementia clock and the 10-inch Dementia clock
Also interesting: a clock with an agenda function and App
In addition to the BBrain Basic analogue clock, there is also the BBrain Family clock, which can be controlled via the internet with a useful App. Do you want to use the app to schedule and manage appointments and send messages or nice photos of your holiday to the clock? Then the BBrain Family D2 for dementia is the right choice. The BBrain Family G2 is suitable for seniors in general or seniors with beginning memory problems. With both clocks you can make video calls with your loved ones or caregivers.
Frequently asked questions
You don’t need internet to use the dementia clock. You (or a loved one) can set up the necessary settings on the clock itself. You only need a power outlet to use the clock.
The alarm can be turned off by pressing any button on the back of the clock. This is clearly indicated on the screen when the alarm goes off.
No problem. On our support page you can download and print the instruction manual. In addition to the instruction manual, you can also find videos on how to set up the BBrain.
Click here to go to the support page.
Should you have other questions, you can always call us or send us an email. Our BBrain team is more than happy to help you.
From Monday to Friday you can call us during office hours (8.30 am to 5.30 pm) on: +31 (0)88 0080 130
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