Anyone living with a dementia can find life confusing and isolating. Handling soft and tactile items can often re-invigorate their memories and can lead to meaningful discussion and returning memories. Our thoughtfully produced range includes tactile cushions and stimulating tactile games, such as Touch and Match, which is suitable for all abilities - especially for anyone who is sight impaired.
People with a dementia often have restless hands and like to have something to keep their hands occupied. This blanket not only keeps hands busy, it provides a wonderful source of visual, tactile and sensory stimulation and at the same time keeping knees snug and warm.
Tactile nodules on the ball help with easy gripping for anyone with weak hands. Also good for anyone with a sight impairment to identify and makes a great exercise ball for throwing, squeezing and rolling. Please note: pump not included. Ball comes deflated.
A game especially suited for anyone with a sight impairment. 12 different tactile 'feels' to match including ridges, foam, sandpaper, mesh, velvet, shiny etc.
So versatile - what can you build with your Building Bricks set? Assorted sized bricks now in pretty pastel shades. Perfect for all ages and abilities to construct and invent models. Makes a good, relaxing tactile hobby activity for anyone. Why not use as a reminiscence therapy aid to encourage chatting about childhood memories? Great for older people to practise fine motor skills and keep fingers supple.
Multicoloured wind wheel with tails to create a spiral in the wind. This Star Spinner Wind Wheel comes complete with line and swivel, attaches easily to windsock pole eyelet. Lovely to hang in the garden to add interest. Makes a fun garden party accessory and is also lovely to cheer up a care home garden for older residents. Size: 76cm diameter with 120cm tails.