You should be able to find a universal ceiling fan with remote control kit, which includes a receiver, a remote, and two batteries. Most ceiling fan remote control kits come with a single speed, but some are more elaborate.
Before you start troubleshooting your ceiling fan remote, you should make sure it is working properly. If your remote won't turn on your fan, it could be a problem with the battery. Alternatively, the receiver might not be sending a signal. This can be fixed by replacing the batteries.
The best part about a remote-control ceiling fan is that you don't have to worry about putting a lot of effort into operating it. Unlike a wall switch, you don't have to worry about the fan running while you're in bed.