National Storytelling Week ‘Telling Stories – All About Me’ by Gillian Hesketh MA Happy Days Dementia Workshop & Nostalgic Design As National Storytelling Week heads into it’s 14th year, many care homes, day centres and community groups around the UK will become part of the celebration; prompting, sharing and enjoying stories. Thousands of years before […]
Shop here for Meaningful Wall Art – Your budget – not ours. Dementia Friendly Themed Rooms: 1950s/60s/70s Activity & Reminiscence: Garden – Seaside – Craft – Dining – Retro Kitchens – Gents Sport / Hobby – Hair Salon – Vintage Shop & Corridors
Happy Days Activity Trolleys are complete with memory boxes, nostalgic games, replica memorabilia, ‘Time to Chat’ cards and carer guide.
1950s/60s/70s – Gardens – Seaside – Baking – Fix It – Make Do & Mend and more
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 a 1950s living room effect in less than a day – Just paste & apply – from £295
Visual image based resources for Care & Support Teams: Residential & Dementia – Home Care – Companionship – Assisted / Independent Living. Master Copy – USB – License.
Happy Days Social Activity Board is designed to help carers, volunteers, relatives and visitors engage and prompt activity or recognise needs … Ideal for people living with dementia, stroke or hearing loss express wants and needs. Help prompt activity for residents and loved ones. Find out about a person’s interests and favourite pastimes. Wipe clean […]
Hello and Welcome to Happy Days Dementia Workshop & Nostalgic Design. Thank you for popping by. Whether you’re looking for a themed community room, Social Activity Manuals or Time to Chat Conversation prompts to help carers engage with residents, we have everything you need to encourage social activity for well-being. Read my blog topics about […]
Have You Seen our 1950s Room Scene Reminiscence Wallpaper? by Gillian Hesketh At Happy Days, we appreciate there’s nothing better than fresh air for feeling good but when residents, people living with dementia or patients, really can’t get outside – we like to create everyday environments indoors to share and enjoy. Providing an interesting or […]
Proud and delighted to see the positive coverage on Granada Reports of how well St. Luke’s Care Home is using Activity and Nostalgia Rooms to enrich social care provision. Happy Days provided the ‘dining scene’ in the clip. Could your care home benefit from similar interactive displays? Click on the link watch: Granada Reports Happy […]
Thanks to Wendy Mitchell for explaining how living with dementia feels like and giving us an insight into her day to day life … We at Happy Days are especially thankful to people like Wendy to help us to explain and enable others to gain a fuller understanding of what it might feel like to […]
Dementia care services enriched by ‘Activity Lifestyle Facilitators’ Care Industry News By Gillian Hesketh MA of Happy Days Dementia Workshop & Nostalgic Design comments: There was an atmosphere in the room. Not the grey murmur of voices prior to a training day packed with power point presentations, overhead projectors, flip charts and text heavy handouts. No, […]