Shop here for Dementia Friendly Themed Rooms & Spaces – Interactive Displays – 1950s Wallpaper Meaningful Wall Art – Memory Boxes – Reminiscence Tools – Nostalgic Games – Assisted Living Resources. Ideal for Residential & Dementia Care Homes – Home Care & Companionship Services – NHS – Activity Coordinators – Dementia Cafes – Training – Volunteers – Carers – Family – Gifts
We supply Meaningful Wall Art – Interactive Reminiscence Displays – Dementia Friendly Themed Rooms: 1950s/60s/70s Activity or Reminiscence Lounges – Corridors – Garden Rooms – Potting Shed – By the Seaside – Dining Rooms – Retro Kitchens – Craft Room – Gents Sport & Hobby – Hair Salon – Village Shop – Vintage Sweet Shop. Your budget – not ours.
* Happy Days Activity Trolleys are complete with memory boxes, nostalgic games, themed memorabilia, ‘Time to Chat’ conversation cards and carer guide.
Including – 1950s/60s/70s Gardens – Seaside – Baking – Fix It – Make Do & Mend
Happy Days unique Display & Chat range provides a wealth of memory prompts for elderly and people living with dementia: Tactile reminiscence materials to see, feel and prompt meaningful conversations. Complete with memorabilia and Carer Guide.
Create your 1950s room in less than a day – Just paste & apply
Summer offer £295
Use in Residential Care & Dementia Homes – Home Care & Companionship Services – Activity Coordinators, Families & Volunteers – Independent & Assisted Living
Includes Master Copy – License to copy/print [per home] – USB with all activity pages loaded.
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