Angel Watch also sells a smartwatch for adults with dementia or other special needs. It offersincludes a few extra features that promote independent living:
- Fall detection
- Audio medication reminders
- Movement reminders (if you’ve been sitting too long)
- Larger text
- A leather wristband
It costs around $190—just $10 more than the original Angel Watch.
Since adults don’t (usually) have a class schedule, there’s no timetable feature on the Series R - Assist, but there’s a separate calendar app.
All other critical features on the Series R kids watch remain on the Series R - Assist, so you can also track vital signs, make video calls, and keep an eye out for fall alerts and SOS calls.
If your loved one gets confused about where they are, you can see their location on the companion app and know exactly where to meet them. And if they need help fast, the SOS button calls emergency contacts.
Note that the Angel Watch Series R - Assist is not a professionally monitored medical alert device. If you need help, your family has to pick up the phone. Alternatively, you can set up 911 as an SOS contact.
If you’re at risk for medical emergencies, we recommend professionally monitored devices for a faster response time. Plus, your health history is kept on file at the monitoring center, so emergency responders have critical information about how to care for you.