Wi-Fi Boosters/ Extenders
Boost the range of your Wi-Fi signal to push wireless coverage to parts of the care home / service user’s house your router can’t reach
•According to Tom’s Guide the best Wi-Fi extender overall is TP-Link RE650 AC2600 Wi-Fi Range Extender £62.99 at Amazon
Mesh Wi-Fi Systems
Provides strong Wi-Fi coverage to different floors of multi-story homes
Technology for Enhancing Mobile Communication
•Mobile phone signal boosters. Enhance mobile signal / 4g in areas with poor coverage – CEL-FI Prime (£580)
•GoTenna Mesh. Enables text messaging and GPS location sharing between devices without need for mobile signal/internet access. £425 for 8 devices.
Touch screen technology – Fire HD 10 tablet
32 GB, Black, without Ads + Bluetooth keyboard + 12-month Microsoft 365 Personal subscription
•Get more done with a Fire HD 10 tablet, Bluetooth keyboard with detachable case, and 12-month subscription to Microsoft 365 Personal.
•Fast and responsive Fire HD 10 tablet: powerful octa-core processor and 3 GB of RAM (50% more RAM than previous generation).
•Includes a 12-month subscription to Microsoft 365 Personal with premium Office apps, 1 TB of OneDrive cloud storage and more, for up to 5 compatible devices at the same time.
•Comes with an all-new Bluetooth keyboard with detachable case for comfortable typing. Makes checking e-mail, browsing and note-taking even easier.
•Brighter display: vivid 10.1″ 1080p full HD display is 10% brighter than previous generation, with more than 2 million pixels. •Stay connected: download apps such as Zoom or ask Alexa to make video calls to friends and family.
•Enjoy your favourite apps such as BBC iPlayer, Netflix, Facebook, Instagram, TikTok and more through Amazon’s Appstore (Google Play not supported, subscription fees may apply).
•Do more with Alexa built in: use just your voice to play videos, check the weather, dim compatible lights and stream music.
•Up to 12 hours of battery life and 32 or 64 GB of internal storage. Add up to 1 TB with microSD (sold separately).
Charge your devices when ‘on the go’
•The Alzheimer’s Society shop has a variety of phones that they recommend for people living with dementia/cognitive impairment.