The Day-Clock is an orientation device designed to help people living with dementia to distinguish between day and night. It features a simple and clear display showing the time of day as either morning, afternoon, evening or night, it does not display the exact time, or the date.
Extra product information
The Day Clock automatically shows Morning, Afternoon, Evening and Night for each day of the week, and will display the right information as soon as it is plugged in. It will need adjusting in the Spring and Autumn when the clocks change.
The Day Clock will not display the exact time, or the date.
The different information is displayed as follows:
Morning: 7am to 12 noon
Afternoon: 12 noon to 5pm
Evening: 5pm to 10pm
Night: 10pm to 7am
Developed by the Bath Institute of Medical Engineering / UK
Contact supplier for details
- Day-Clock - http://www.day-clock.com/aus/day-clock.html
Refer to the supplier and manufacturer manual for maintenance instructions and safety warnings.
Models / Specifications
Model Day-Clock: Orientation device.
- Width Overall 216 mm
- Height Overall 164 mm
- Width 158 mm (screen)
- Height 87 mm (screen)
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