Independence everyone deserves.

Helping you care, when you can't always be there.

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"My parents have recently purchased a Dawn Clock, it arrived one day after purchasing and they already have it set up and are loving it. My Dad always used to ask what day it is and now he doesn't need to. My mum has also set an alarm to tell him when to take his tablets. Makes life better all round."

~ Wendy, AUS

 

The comfort of home

Reduce frustration and embarrassment

  • Large screen 160mm x 120mm
  • High contrast, low glare screen
  • Hassle free auto setup for AEST
  • Auto restart after blackouts
  • 3x display modes
  • No wifi needed
  • Recycled & durable frame
  • Mains powered, no batteries
  • 5x daytime dimming options
  • Automatic dimming, 7pm-7am
  • Tamper reduction menu buttons
  • Suitable for all ages
  • 9x Daily routine reminders
  • 5x medication reminders

 

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"Mum has received her Dawn Dementia Calendar Clock and she absolutely loves it. It has given her peace of mind, no longer is she confused as to what day it is. It was easy to set up and easy for her to see. Before she was getting quite anxious not knowing what day it was, she was also getting confused with a normal calendar, she couldn't remember if she had crossed a day off or not."
~ Estelle, NSW

Every day counts

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“My husband would constantly ask "What day is it?", sometimes becoming quite agitated.
He seems to be a lot calmer now that he has his Dawn Clock. Thank you.”
~ Nerida, Aus


Reminders for peace of mind

We understand that whatever your caring journey may be, you can be left feeling helpless in guiding your loved one through the frustration of remembering daily tasks.


The Dawn Clock™ has a clear, low glare digital display and 14x on-screen reminders to help empower people living with Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia. You too can help enable independence and improve your loved ones quality of life, all while enjoying a rewarding caring experience.

Time for Breakfast, lunch & dinner.

Time to get dressed

Check your diary

Time to shower

Time to go to bed

Time for your appointment

Medication reminders, morning, lunch, afternoon

Drink some water

MANAGE MEDICATIONS

Comfort & connection

Unfortunately one of the realities for carers of people with Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia, is that their loved one’s time and spatial awareness starts to deteriorate which can be detrimental to taking multiple medications. The Dawn Clock™ aims to reduce confusion and frustration, and offers comfort to the user in having a say in their own care.

  • 5 types of medication reminder options
  • Time for your medication Morning | Afternoon | Evening/Night
  • Ideal for use with medication packs
  • Great for people of all ages
  • Helpful for multiple medications

“Our client was on an 8 week Restorative Care Package with the Government that we supported her with. She spent $12,000 in the time with equipment and she told me last week that the resource that has made the most difference is her Dawn Clock. She can now literally “see” the day, time and date and organise her week.”
~ Jenny, Diversional Therapist

A better quality of life for all

Support for dementia

Unfortunately one of the realities for carers of people with Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia, is that their loved one’s time and spatial awareness starts to deteriorate.

The Dawn Reminder & Calendar Clock helps people feel connected to their world. It aims to reduce confusion and frustration, and offer comfort to the user by providing independence.

A chance of a meaningful life

"The service, kindness and respect with which I was treated is something I've not encountered before.

I placed my order 3 days ago and my clock arrived this morning with a lovely personal message attached - and its working like a dream. My mother is happy again and that makes me happy. Thank you so much."

~ Kathy

“My Dad who was in full time care was continually asking what day and time it was. Bought one of these clocks. Nurses were so happy he could read and understand what time it was and he could remember that it was Alison who bought him the clock.
The clock could be set for 12 hour or 24 hour display. So many on the nurses and residents were asking where to get these from. One of the best presents I could have bought him!”

~ Alison

"My mum, in an Aged Care facility, has just had her first week with her clock and she loves, loves, loves it.

The most frequently asked question has been “what day is it”. Now she knows just look at the clock and it tells you.”

~ Den Den