Our new Joyk Empathy Doll Lilly is a lovable newborn who is designed to encourage intense eye contact. Just like with real newborns, her head needs to be supported when lifting and carrying. Her body is pleasantly soft and filled with different materials. Her very realistic body language helps to awaken the caring and nurturing instincts in older people with dementia. These babies are designed with great attention to detail and have a belly button and realistically reproduced sexual characteristics. The pretty outfits are easy to put on and take off.
Emelie, our new Joyk Empathy Doll makes a thoughtful gift and companion for an older loved one - especially for anyone with a dementia living in a care home or hospital. Doll therapy for use with dementia patients is a recognised therapy used extensively in the care sector and can help alleviate stress and anxiety as well as helping to relieve boredom. Designed to encourage caring and nurturing instincts, she comes with a weighted bottom to feel just like a small child when being carried. Made from soft-filled fabric and with removable clothes, her appealing eyes are designed to have constant eye contact for a strong emotional bond. Her facial features have a realistic little nose and shaped mouth too.
Beating heart that will tuck into the pocket of your Joyk Empathy Doll's outfit and give a calming effect while increasing the feeling of security. 60 beats per minute, this battery-operated addition will help bring your doll to life. Makes a perfect solution for older people living with a dementia in care homes or hospital. Wipe-clean and safe to use for all abilities. Uses 2 x AG13 batteries.
A new addition to our Fragrant Memories Kits - Garden, a seasonal favourite to appeal to everyone. Kit includes three garden-inspired scents and smelling pots to pass around and encourage discussion about what memories the scents evoke. Each set has a question prompt card with 6 questions to help get started. Extra ideas are also included. Ideal for reminiscence therapy sessions in care homes.