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  1. Good day! My best friend's husband has PD and is quickly moving out from the early stages... He's been able to continue with his day to day activities, but they're both noticing that things are starting to get missed... He's a very independent man, and I would like to try to help him to keep doing what he can... One of the things that has been getting missed the last couple of months is regular monthly appointments: such as paying a bill, or picking up laundry, etc... He's also started missing medications, but I was able to find him a vibrating watch that his wife thinks will help with that... What I'm particularly interested in is an electronic calendar of sorts that will allow them to put dates on to remind him of what he needs to do, but it must have an audible alarm on it... He wears a cochlear implant in one ear and a hearing aid in the other, so the audible alarm is key to the product... Has anyone seen anything like what I'm describing? I've done some searches online, but just wasn't able to find something like a calendar... Much of what I found was day to day products and I think some of will help them... But I would really like to find something in the form of an electronic calendar, if anyone knows of something... Thank you so much for help!! StormCat