I purchased this for my father, he has quite a few tablets to take 4 times a day. He has dementia and I was finding that with his blister packs, sometimes he would get confused by what day he had to take or sometimes take too many at once which isnt good when they need to be timed. He is on his 2nd week of using this and is really getting the hang of it. He does drop a few tablets but it's getting better. He cant hear the alarm (hearing test booked lol) but he sees the flashing light and now knows what to do. Just wish I had ordered it sooner. Would highly recommend this.
Tabtime your a life saver. You are reminded when you need to take you meds. I did originally have trouble finding a pharmacy willing to fill the carousel due to amount of medication I take. I would think the tabtime is great for many illnesses. I wouldn't be able to cope without tabtime.
Sounds a bit dramatic but it has. My mum has mixed dementia and macular degeneration. She couldn’t see her pills and couldn’t remember if/when she had taken them. Apart from not seeing the exit hole (solved by red sellotape) she now regularly takes the right dose at the right time. Her mental health has stabilised. This reliable product has helped us, thank you.
While the product does what it claims, I have found 2 problems.
1) Locking the tab container does not lock the battery compartment. My autistic daughter removed the batteries today preventing her afternoon dose.
2) The alarm volume is very low.
I understand this with a battery operated device, but it could be a bit louder.
Bought this for my father in law who is 90 yrs old. He has so many tablets to take 4 times a day. This is so easy for him to use with the alarm to alert him. Setting was fairly straight forward just read instructions can’t go wrong. The price was very good as well. All in all very good so far can’t fault it.