Reminder Rosie

Memory Loss Help

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Reminder Rosie helps solve the very real daily challenges of memory loss. With its senior-friendly clock interface, Reminder Rosie is a simple, hands-free, inexpensive way to remember medications, appointments, and everyday tasks. With Reminder Rosie, an adult son can, in his own voice, remind Mom to take her 10 am pill—she’ll respond to let him know she got the reminder.

Reminder Rosie eases caregiver stress by taking over the mundane tasks like reminders.

Features of the Reminder Rosie- Memory Loss Help

caregiver stress

Relieve Caregiver Stress

Reminder Rosie eases stress by taking over the mundane tasks like reminders out of your daily responsibilities so caregivers can focus on extending the best quality of care to the older adult.


Increase & Sustain Medication Adherence

Reminds adults to take their medications in a customized manner throughout the day, and Reduces hospitalizations that are linked to medication issues.

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Assist Visually Impaired

Using voice activated technology, Reminder Rosie can operate almost entirely by voice, reducing the need for fiddling with buttons.

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Maximize Independence & Engagement

Prolongs senior independent living and minimize dramatic life changes.

Want to learn more? Check out the video below!

CEO, Rob Wray sitting with his family and pet talking about the Reminder Rosie - a cool technology to help seniors remember things when their children send reminders.

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by Bettina Shabazz on Reminder Rosie
Keep a schedule and independence

This is an excellent product. I ordered the clock for my brother, who is 86, blind and has bouts of dementia. It helps him take his meds on schedule and gives him a sense of independence, he lives alone. Keep up the great work Blue Star.

by Jimmy on Reminder Rosie
A big help

Mom remembers better when she hears it in my voice.