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About this app

Enhance your caregiving with the RAZ Care App – the easy-to-use and essential tool for managing the RAZ Memory Cell Phone, a device specially designed for individuals with dementia, Alzheimer's or visual impairments. It's also perfect for seniors seeking the simplest cell phone experience.

Caregivers: With the RAZ Care app, you have complete remote control over the phone's features, ensuring a user-friendly experience for the senior. Contacts: With the RAZ Care app, you can video call the RAZ Memory Cell Phone user (requires setup by caregiver) and use the Dementia Care Advisor.

Here's what you can do as the caregiver:
• Add and edit contacts easily;
• Place video calls;
• Block unwanted incoming calls;
• Set 'Quiet Hours' to prevent calls during certain times;
• Create reminders that appear on their phone;
• Set charging reminders and stay informed with low battery text alerts;
• Enable automatic answering of calls, including a speakerphone option;
• Disable the power button to prevent accidental shutdowns;
• Track the phone's location, battery life, and network status;
• Utilize the screen auto-lock feature for added simplicity;
• Hear announcements like charging status and name of the caller;
• Activate display settings for low vision and hand tremors;
• Choose and adjust ringtone and its volume;
• Access call history;
• Switch between light and dark background modes;
• Manage repetitive 911 calls with the optional RAZ Emergency Service subscription, including caregiver notifications;
• Get trust-worthy answers about dementia and caregiving with the included Dementia Care Advisor.

The app allows the management of multiple phones by one caregiver or multiple caregivers for a single phone, adding flexibility to your caregiving routine.

The RAZ Memory Cell Phone is all about ease - no confusing apps, updates, voicemails or distractions. The senior just taps the picture of the person they want to call. It's that simple.

Download now and experience the difference in how you connect and care.
Updated on
Apr 8, 2024

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Ratings and reviews

38 reviews
Cheryl Golek
March 10, 2024
Pics on the phone make dialing easy. Big screen easy to see. Can get reminders. GPS tracking. When it works, it's the best memory phone out there. Gets a 1 because you must have the phone to troubleshoot and do updates. There is no way to do it through the app. This is an issue if you live in another town or state from the person who uses the phone. Does not stay locked in Razz mode, and it gets stuck in airplane mode often. No auto updates to fix issues. GPS rarely works.
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Eric Hirst
September 13, 2023
So far the Raz phone feels like the perfect solution for my dad, who doesn't have dementia but who is long past learning how to reliably use any other phone I've tried for him, including others specifically marketed to seniors. This app isn't perfect, and should be used by someone with some amount of tech savvy, but so far it does what I've needed it to do. Simple asks would include better cues to indicate whether a new contact has been uploaded yet, and a way to hear ringtones in advance.
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Marcie poll
September 14, 2023
Have issues with the App not wanting to come up. Also issues with tracking on the phone. One of the main reasons we purchased the phone was knowing where my father with Alzheimers was. The RAZ phone didn’t do what we wanted and after repeated attempts with the company we finally loaded Google Maps and it kind of works through that but not always reliable. The idea of this phone is good, but it can be difficult for someone with Dementia to operate. Beats nothing or a more complicated phone.
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What's new

- Month and date – Option to show the month and date in the status bar at the top of the display;
- Voicemail – An option for a Voicemail button on the display, providing the user with simple access to voicemail;
- In-call keypad – A keypad can appear automatically when the user dials a toll-free number, allowing them to navigate the automated phone system;
- Availability status – Learn whether your senior’s phone is powered on or off, or whether she is currently on a video call;
- Minor changes