During these difficult times; people being restricted in their homes, visitors not allowed in at residential care, dementia and nursing homes, it’s important to keep busy mentally and physically. As we know, the coronavirus is bringing people together and sadly, at the same time, keeping others isolated.
It’s essential everyone remains engaged, as active as possible and looks after their mental health, so it’s important to keep busy – and one way is interact with games, build jigsaws and engage in conversation where possible. Reminiscence plays a large part in creating conversations for elderly and people living with dementia. Happy Days has a wide range of conversation and reminiscence materials from Glorious Gardening and Make Do & Mend to Activity Tool Bags, Baby Doll Nurturing, School Days, Baking Day, Seaside and more.
It’s possible for Happy Days to continue to despatch Memory & Engagement prompts, Conversation Prompts, Tactile, Interactive Materials and Nostalgic games, Activity Trolleys, Activity Booklets, Tactile Boards and Meaningful Wall Art.
As Happy Days Dementia Activities is a family orientated small business – and part of the workshop is near to the family home, we can create, prepare and pack reminiscence materials, games and wall art and as long as there are no road restrictions, despatch to your door.
We’d like to take this opportunity to thank all care and nursing teams throughout the country and throughout the World and wish everyone the best health possible during these difficult days.