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Conversation Cards to help engagement and reminiscence

Conversation Prompts – Help people engage …

Sometimes, just chatting is enough – but instigating new topics for a carer or relative can sometimes be challenging. That’s why, at Happy Days Activities & Design, we are constantly updating our conversation prompts to help engage and enrich social care for elderly and people living with dementia. Shop online: https://lnkd.in/dfPUgeC hashtag#dementia hashtag#conversation hashtag#activities hashtag#interiordesign […]

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Keeping Engaged During Lockdown – Care Homes & Home Care

Keeping Engaged During Lockdown: Care Homes & At Home By Gillian Hesketh MA – MD Happy Days Dementia Workshop, Activities & Design We all know good mental health is as important as eating a healthy diet and exercising our bodies according to our capabilities. That’s why, especially during lockdown, we have to ensure people living […]

Happy Days Activity Trolley £225 complete

Keeping Engaged During Lockdown: Care Homes & At Home

Keeping Engaged During Lockdown: Care Homes & At Home By Gillian Hesketh MA – MD Happy Days Dementia Workshop, Activities & Design We all know good mental health is as important as eating a healthy diet and exercising our bodies according to our capabilities. That’s why, especially during lockdown, we have to ensure people living […]

Things to Do Indoors: Care Home – At Home – Home Care

We all know that staying engaged for good mental health is as important as staying fit and eating well. During the lock down, I am working solo, bringing social engagement and nostalgic materials to you – in a Residential Care or Dementia Home – At Home or for Home Care services. There are many things […]

Nostalgic Games & Conversation Prompts at www.dementiaworkshop.co.uk

Keep an Active Mind – Traditional Nostalgic Games & Reminiscence Materials Delivered to Your Door …

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 […]