Dad has dementia that is getting worse so I don’t know that he would remember to use a call button pendant or wrist BUT his memory care facility doesn’t use them or anything similar. Dad used a wrist button frequently when he was in assisted living a few months ago. Anyway dad still is continent and hates to use the diaper but has no way to call for help. His voice is very soft and low so I doubt he can yell loud enough to get them in there. When I’m visiting he will always tell me he needs to go and I’ll track down help. I can imagine that most in memory care are not concerned about diapers or call buttons and it might not be long before dad is the same way. But for now I feel like they aren’t offering a good solution. What do other memory cares do? I could buy something I suppose like a personal keychain alarm. Even a big school bell might work.