Susan Yuan is a type 2 diabetic and has high blood pressure. She lives with her grandchildren who are her biggest motivation to learn new technologies.
One of her main problems is that she has become quite forgetful over the years. She needs reminders to be able to remember to complete tasks including taking her medication.
She has recently bought a RememBit wristband, a device designed to help remind people to do tasks. It comes with a mobile phone application to set up reminders which syncs to the device via BlueTooth. After accessing her account, she is on the main screen and clicks on "Edit Reminders".
On the next screen she is shown the list of current reminders. She currently does not have any. Susan clicks "Add a new reminder". From there she is given a range of categories of tasks to complete ranging from "Medication" to "Household Chores".
I need to set a reminder to take my daily medicine in the morning and at night.
She clicks on "Medication" and enters the name of the medication that she is taking. Afterwards she sets the amount of reminders per day needed, the times for those reminders and then sets it to remind her everyday with audio.
How many reminders would you like per day?
Once the reminder is set, the RememBit Wristband will notify Susan when she needs to take her medicine. It will give small notifications in intervals until the task is marked as completed by tapping on a button on the wristband.
Susan can now carry on with life with less worry as RememBit now notifies her whenever she needs to take her medicine. Additionally she uses RememBit to remind her of many other things as well ranging from cleaning to recreational activities.