The invention is an electronic calendar providing a simple and automatic means ofeasily determining the date and day of the week.
Inventor Sue Galas of Comstock Park, MI has developed an electronic calendar that provides a simple and automatic means to determine the date and day of the week.
Those suffering from mental illnesses such as Alzheimers and dementia are forced to live their life in confusion. One aspect of reality that causes much confusion and worry for such individuals is the date and day of the week. This confusion forces the individual to constantly ask others what the date is, which causes strain on everyone. A caretaker may use a large calendar with the days or dates crossed off, but doubt is present as to whether the information is current. Inventor Galas has developed a means by which the date and day of the week can automatically and continuously be updated and displayed.
This clever new invention automatically changes the date and day of the week, which is ideal for those suffering from memory loss. It not only increases self esteem and independence, but also can be used as a learning and remembrance tool. The invention could be used in homes, hospitals, schools, and offices. The use of the Ornamental Date Display provides a simple and automatic means of easily determining the date and day of the week in a manner that is quick, easy, and effective.