Memory Drawer Labels
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Memory labels for drawers, cabinets and doors provide people with dementia, memory and cognitive challenges with much needed visual aids and independence.
Ideal for helping people with dementia, memory challenges, Alzheimer's, brain injury, autism and developmental disabilities independently find and replace their items. Picture labels help adults and children confidently find and remember the location of common items in drawers and cabinets in the kitchen, bedroom and bathroom. No more annoying verbal reminders or asking for help! Also assists caregivers and staff.
Our drawer and door labels feature simple colorful picture symbols along with the words in large type to improve understanding. Each sheet of Picture Labels includes 12 labels to identify the hidden contents behind drawers, closets, doors and more. Also included are safety reminders when leaving the house such as LOCK DOOR, Close Windows, Warm Coat. Choice of male of female versions, unisex option includes all labels.
Stick the removeable pre-cut labels on drawers, cabinets and doors as a visual cue to what's inside. Label size is 1.5" x 4". Our special non-permanent adhesive will not harm paint or woodwork. An extra sheet of blank labels is provided for your own words.
Unisex Set includes 10 sheets of labels (incl. female and male sheets)
Female Label Set includes 8 sheets of labels
Male Label Set includes 8 sheets of labels
Each set includes 100+ labels for:
- Clothing (male or female)
- Bathroom (male or female)
- Safety reminders
- One sheet blank labels
“These labels are wonderful and easy to use. They peel right off furniture, leaving no marks. As a member of a new group home, it has also been helpful for staff to see where items go in my daughters room when assisting her." J. Clapper, parent