Talking Photo Album DeluxeTHE ITEM CODE: R101
On the Item, we support items that give a person a connection with their family or reconnect to fantastic memories with simplicity. The Talking Memory Book ticks this box and is so much more than just a picture. This amazing item gives you the ability to record over 2 hours of speech, music or sounds and across 20 pages that can share and remind us of amazing periods in our lives. What better way to tell someone you love them and are always with them then with pictures and sound that will literally last forever, with the ability to replace the batteries at any point.
The memory book has the following features:
- 20 pages in a flip style album
- 5 x 7" photo or image for easy visual even with eye conditions
- Each page has the ability to be recorded.
- 2 hours recording time and can be spread across all 20 pages
- Record and re-record if needed
- Transfer music from a computer through a USB port
- Earphone socket for those private moments
- Volume control
- 128MB Internal flash memory
Glenn Knight CEO Training 2 CARE and creator Dementia Interpreters Course comments "Having the ability to always have memories to hand is so important for all people but especially people with dementia. What else can prove you care as much as taking the time to really show you care for the person by giving them your voice. People with eye conditions often cannot see pictures effectively and therefore the impact that these recorded messages are going to be something that they will cherish forever. Are these books just for people with dementia? NO!!! they are for everyone and will have a recorded message that will live forever. I just wish that I realised these were available for when my grandparents were alive, I could have helped them to record a message for my mother and she would have their voice always available through good and bad times. It is so important that we do not lose touch with people and this item will be there as a constant reminder that they have families and people that really do care".