Geemarc CL64 Classic Amplified Telephone
Ordinary telephones can often be confusing for the elderly, especially those suffering from dementia or memory loss. The Geemarc CL64 Classic Amplified Telephone has been designed specifically to help people with memory loss, featuring a simple design and amplified receiving volume.
Key Features of the CL64 Classic Amplified Telephone
- Adjustable receiving volume control of up to 30dB
- Compatible with most hearing aids
- Adjustable receiving tone control: +/- 10dB
- Outgoing speech amplification: +/- 3dB
- Three one-touch memory numbers
- Extra amplification can easily be switched On and Off
- Visual bright ringer indicator and red extra amplification indicator
- Automatic hang up function
- Dimensions: 15.5 x 8.5 x 18.5cm
- Requires four AA alkaline batteries for extra amplification
Adjustable Receiving Volume
The Geemarc CL64 Classic Amplified Telephone has a ringing volume of 30dB, which can be increased further to ring at 70dB by inserting four AA batteries into the phone. The Geemarc CL64 has a tone control slide button on the side of the phone for the user to increase or decrease the tone by +/- 10dB.
People suffering from dementia or age-related memory loss often find regular telephones confusing, which is why the CL64 Amplified Telephone features a retro, easy-to-use design. It comes with only three one-touch easy-connect buttons, with a large SOS button in the centre, which can be programmed to any number.
The SOS number will be automatically dialled if the receiver is lifted and no button is pressed within four seconds. Moreover, the telephone is designed to ring even if the receiver isn't placed correctly back on the cradle.
Underneath the phone is a lockable flap that houses a full numeric keypad to programme the numbers. The lock for the keypad can easily be unlocked using a coin or fingernail.