Wellbeing Materials for Care Homes - Residents Living with Dementia

Wellbeing – Later Stages Dementia

Dementia Wellbeing is at the heart of Happy Days, helping care teams enrich social and sensory care for people living with dementia. Research shows that people living with later stages of dementia may have less contact with other people beyond personal care, eating and drinking. People with advanced dementia often find it difficult to communicate and interact with […]

Journalist Alison Winward writes about Happy Days Dementia Workshop – How reminiscing can help …

By Alison Winward – Journalist, writer, editor. A Made Near Me about making peace There’s colouring books and toys; retro phones and vintage biscuit tins; bright, cheerful posters – and (part of) a life-sized photograph of a mid-century living room. But I’m not in a pre-school nursery, or some ‘ironic’ kitsch homeware shop, I’m in Gillian Hesketh’s […]

Wall Art for Care Homes www.dementiaworkshop.co.uk

Dementia Engagement: Helping Activity Coordinators Engage …

At Happy Days, we like to help care teams and activity coordinators engage with residents and enrich social care every day. We often take talking and creating conversations for granted – We assume it’s easy for everyone to join in a conversation. Starting a new conversation with someone you don’t know anything about can be […]

Bluebell Wood Mural

Murals Can Create Interest …

Murals can create all kinds of effects – and for the residential care or dementia home, rehabilitation or hospital, it’s wonderful way to create interesting corridors and social areas. Transform your space in less than a day – Just paste and apply premium quality murals – From sweet shops and seaside promenades to forests and […]

1950s Mural

Dementia Design can uplift a sense of wellbeing …

Dementia Design: Prompting the long term memory for people living with dementia can often bring about stories to share and enjoy. Happy Days 1950s Living Room Scene Murals and interactive nostalgic displays can help care teams engage with residents, enrich social care and uplift a sense of wellbeing for everyone. Create conversations around your care […]