Touch Screen Activity Tables For Dementia

HomeTouch Screen Activity Tables For Dementia

Enriching the lives of people living with dementia

ABOUT

Our touch screen tables provide a unique interactive experience for people with mid-to late-stage dementia in UK care homes.

“Research on the neuropathology of dementia and on the science of play establishes that people in the later stages of the disease can still experience three primary outcomes of play:

  1. Sensation
  2. Relaxation
  3. Reminiscence

All of which can be achieved through Residents interaction with the table.

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HOW TABLES HELP

All interactive touch screen tables come with pre-installed brain training apps and memory apps along with a host of enjoyable games and puzzles.

You can also choose from 1000’s of other apps and download them to the table to enhance enjoyment.

All tables come with a full 3-year on-site warranty, free installation & training – To learn more about our dementia tables, reach out today!

STIMULATE THE BRAIN

People in all stages of dementia can still experience three primary outcomes of play: sensation, relaxation and reminiscence ALL of which can be achieved through Residents interaction with an Inspired Inspirations touch screen table.

ENHANCING THE LIVES OF RESIDENTS LIVING WITH DEMENTIA

MEMORY & LEARNING

Trigger & nurture positive memories and encourage learning.

COGNITIVE IMPROVEMENT

Improve brain function by stimulating different areas of the mind & brain.

SENSORY IMPAIRMENT

Ease the frustrations of communication caused by hearing or sight loss.

INTERACTIVITY

Encourage Residents to socialise and interact through 1000’s of activities.

EXERCISE

Sing-a-long, dance-along and move-a-long videos and activities to encourage physical activity.

RELAXATION

Relaxing meditation and mindfulness activities to reduce stress and aid deep restorative sleep.

MUSIC & MEDIA

Research shows that while dementia causes progressive memory loss and impairment, memory for music remains. That means that melodies can often be remembered long after names, faces and words are forgotten. Data indicates that music for dementia patients can boost mood, reduce agitation and improve focus.

NHS England also reportsMusic can have many benefits in the setting of dementia. It can help reduce anxiety and depression, help maintain speech and language, is helpful at the end of life, enhances the quality of life and has a positive impact on carers.’

Your Residents will be able to quickly and easily access countless songs, tunes and melodies and store familiar tracks in their own private folder.

REACH OUT IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS OR WOULD LIKE TO RECEIVE A QUOTE
PROUD TO SERVE THE CARE SECTOR

MAKING A CARE HOME A HUB!

Completely enhance your residents’ experience within your care and nursing homes.

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