Defeating Disease During Dementia Action Week

Dementia is a scary word. Behind its meaning, there lies a terrible truth: one can begin to lose their short term or long term memories and forget where they are. It’s this tragedy that the World Health Organization (WHO) estimates affects 47 million currently and is projected to target 75 million by the year 2030. The number of people with dementia is said to triple by 2050. These statistics do not paint a pretty view of the future with regard to this disease.

While dementia has become common among many people, the WHO is quick to note that the disease itself is not a normal path along the journey of aging. A variety of brain illnesses that affect one’s behavior, memory, ability, and thinking cause this to occur. Alzheimer’s Disease International says it can begin with a change in personality or simple memory loss. You could begin to find it difficult to go about your familiar tasks each day. This disease can affect everyone and is not limited to any one group out there.

As every three seconds pass by, there is a new case of dementia developing. Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form while other causes can include dementia with Lewy bodies, frontotemporal dementia, and vascular disease. The social effects of the disease come because there is a great lack of knowledge out there regarding it. The person struggling with it might undergo dehumanization. It can cause a great strain with one’s friends and family. Currently, there is a lack of necessary care for people struggling with dementia and in many times, a delayed diagnosis. If you can detect it early, you might be able to optimize the health of you or your loved one and detect the symptoms while providing long-term care.


Dementia is not cheap in dollars and cents either. The worldwide costs of the disease are around $818 billion. It is a disease which requires a great deal more research. At our company, Sonic Alert, we care a great deal about who we make our products for. We understand the difficulties that aging can bring, but we hope we are able to rectify some of these issues and make it easier for our customers. With our product like the HA360MV or The HomeAware Telephone Ring Signaler With Bed Shaker, you may have no problem hearing the telephone or waking up on time. Complete with a flashing strobe that shows scrolling alert messages on a bright red large two-inch display and a powerful bed shaker, you will find this could be the best product to make sure you are alert to your environment. It also comes with an adjustable alarm up to 105 dB, a dual alarm clock with alarm and snooze functions, caller ID for all landline and video phone calls, a range up to 1,000 feet, a USB plug, and full battery backup. It is compatible with all traditional and new HomeAware receivers.

HA360MV
HA360MVSB

The HA360MVSB, The HomeAware Fire/CO Alert- +Internal Smoke/CO Listener may also be helpful to you. It, too, features a flashing strobe with scrolling alert messages on a bright red large two-inch display. It comes with a strong bed shaker and adjustable alarm up to 113 dB. Its dual alarm clock has alarm and snooze durations and is compatible with all traditional and new HomeAware receivers. Additionally, it features a caller ID function for landline and video phone calls, a range up to 1,000 feet, and a USB plug. While the HA360MV alerts you to telephone rings or wakes you up, the HA360MVSB will wake you to not only those things but smoke and CO alerts too. It takes HomeAware to the next level for you!

While dementia is difficult, we want to make things easier for those we help. Service is our foremost duty here at Sonic Alert and we are ready to assist you with all of your needs!


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