Hi there, I'm a student currently working on a project that involves using advanced/smart textiles in order to improve people's well being or daily lives. I've chosen to focus on people living with dementia. The idea is a solution for people forgetting to take their medicine. This would involve having a tiny speaker, tiny battery and a few other components embedded within the collar of a shirt or sweater hidden from view and not weighty. A family member or carer could choose a set time of the day for when the speaker would make a sound. This sound would either be a buzzer or a pre-recorded voice clip of a family member telling them that it's time to take their medicine as I thought something more familiar would be better. The idea behind embedding this system within their clothes is that it can't be lost or forgotten like a mobile phone, and putting on clothes is something that is unlikely to be forgotten (from what I've gathered anyway). I would love to know your opinions on this idea, any suggestions or criticisms welcome and finally any methods that you currently use to help family or friends with dementia remember to take their medicines. Thank you for your time!