Voice Input Audio Note Recorder
20 Second Recording Memo
The 20 Second Recording Memo is a key chain style voice recorder designed for individuals who have memory or cognitive disabilities. A user can record memos, directions or notes. Memo offers two 10 second channels and can even be used to identify contents of files, book-cases, or folders by listing the items and attaching the memo recorder (or recorders) next to the contents. COLOR: Black. POWER: Long-life button batteries are included.
Attainment VoiceCue is a five-message, auditory cueing device linked to a digital clock and timer. Record up to five messages and set the clock to play them back at pre-set times. Each message can be assigned two playback times, such as 7 a.m. and again at 6 p.m. Requires a pen tip to record, so messages will not easily be erased or mis-recorded. Digital clock and calendar, volume control (including off), and messages remain when batteries are removed
The MemRabel™ Clock is a audio memory aid designed to assist people with dementia, learning disabilities, cognitive disorders and people requiring memory prompts at various times of the day. Reminders for medication, appointments with Doctors or day centers, and even reminders to eat can be set by a family member or caregiver. Once the alarms are set in place, the MemRabel™ Clock will play the personally recorded voice memos at the selected alarm times to remind the user of things he or she need
The Olympus WS-801 is an audio note recorder and player designed for use by individuals with cognitive or memory disabilities. This portable recorder has 2 gigabytes (GB) of flash memory built in and features between 32.5 and 65.5 hours of recording time for Windows Media Audio (WMA) Stereo format, between 131 and 514 hours for WMA Mono format, and between 22 and 33.5 hours for MPEG-1 Audio Layer3 (MP3) format. The WS-801 can accept SD cards up to 32 GB. The overall frequency response is between
---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To design a prototype of an accessible recording device for individuals with memory or cognitive disabilities. Record me provides the means for caregivers or a user with disabilities to messages and reminders that can be heard later by themselves or others. Rather than rely solely on a notebook or sticky notes on a refrigerator or bulletin board, the Record me allows users to leave a voice message that can be easily recorded and played back. To record a message
Talking Food Cans
The Talking Food Cans are designed for the visually impaired, who have difficulty identifying different objects or similar shapes. This product is meant to help these individuals to keep track of what is in their pantry. The user’s voice can be recorded, telling contents of the can and press button to hear the message played back. Reusable and re-recordable. The product is a magnetic yellow cap that sits on top of any sized steel can. The cap is not just limited to canned food. Using special met
The Wilson Digital Voice Recorder
The Wilson Digital Voice Recorder is simple to use for those with visual-impairments or other sight disabilities. Users can record up to 12 hours of voice messages, download to their computers via the included USB cable and then edit. POWER: 2 AAA batteries and USB cable. DIMENSIONS: 4 inches length x 3 inches width. CAPACITY: Records up to 12 hours of audio. COLOR: Black. WARRANTY/GUARANTEE: As stated by the manufacturer.