Sonic Alert has 4 NEW light-up alarm clocks with great new features for kids & hard to wake teens. The Sonic Glow Alarm Clock is also a speaker with an auxiliary connection in the back to listen to your favorite tunes. Light-Up Alarm Clock: Moon, Soccer ball, & BaseBall Light Up Alarm Clock The Sonic Glow … More New Light-Up Clocks for Kids & Hard to Wake Teens
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According to the National Association of Councils on Developmental Disabilities (NACDD), US President Ronald Reagan proclaimed in 1987 that March would be Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month. The goal of it was to increase the awareness of the needs and potential regarding Americans struggling with developmental disabilities. The Special Needs Alliance notes that significant social change … More Sonic Alert Cements Its Place During Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month
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There are on average 358,500 home fires a year in the US. On average 7 people die in home fires per day in the US. Most of those are due to no smoke detector present, or a smoke detector that isn’t plugged in or doesn’t have batteries. But, what do you do if you cannot hear your smoke detector? What if you are deaf, or have hearing loss that makes the nighttime completely silent for you? Or what if you are just such a heavy sleeper that you do not hear anything at night?
Not hearing the smoke or CO detector, can be a life-threatening situation for you – what options do you have?
It will flash a strobe light in your room, say the word smoke, and shake the bed with the provided bed shaker that can be placed under the pillow or between the mattress and box spring. It also has a super loud 110 dB alarm that is much louder than the traditional 85 dB of a smoke detector, It is also much closer to you than the smoke detector, so if you can hear a little – this is a great option for you. … More Stay Alive! A Smoke Detector you can Feel?
On average 7 people die in home fires per day in the US. Most of those are due to a smoke detector that isn’t plugged in or doesn’t have batteries. But, what do you do if you can’t hear your smoke detector? What if you are deaf, or have hearing loss that makes the nighttime completely silent for you?
Not hearing the smoke or CO detector, can be a life-threatening situation -How are deaf people alerted?
A flashing strobe light in their room, and bed shaker that shakes the bed. … More Deaf Awareness Month: How are Deaf People Alerted to a Fire if They can’t Hear the Smoke Alarm?
The Sonic Blast is a SUPER LOUD 113 dB alarm clock. With the same volume and tone adjustments as the #1 Best Seller the Sonic Bomb, the Sonic Blast takes all of those well-loved features and gives them a stylish new look and TONS more technology! … More Introducing the Sonic Blast – Super Loud Projection Alarm Clock with Bluetooth Speaker & Bed Shaker
It has never been easier for deaf moms to be alerted to their babies cry during the night than it is now. Long ago deaf parents could only co-sleep with their babies, tie a string around their wrist to the baby’s wrist.
Many deaf people rely on the flashing lights and vibrating bed shakers to alert them to the fire alarm, a phone call, the doorbell, the morning wake up alarm, as well as many other sounds.
The HomeAware signaling system is a complete alerting solution that has a babycry signaler available. Placed in the babies room this listens for the baby’s cries. It has a sensitivity switch, so you can decide at what volume and intensity you want to be alerted to. … More Deaf Awareness Month: Deaf Moms are Alerted to their Crying Babies by Vibrations and Flashing Lights.
Dads love football, but if their hearing is going, they are turning the TV up louder and louder. So loud in fact that it is hard for others to watch tv with him. Some may be embarrassed to go get tested for hearing aids. Here is another option.
Is your ADHD teen getting ready to head off to college? Have they scheduled all their classes after 10am but you are still worried that they will never make it to class on their own? Here are a couple of final tips you can give them as they fly the nest and have to figure it all out without you.
For most people who live with ADHD the fog of sleep is so heavy it’s hard to climb out, and that is what it feels like – climbing out. Once you are out, you just want to get back in. Here are a few steps that can make your climb easier. … More Back to School – ADHD in College? Send your teen with a couple final tips to help them get to class!