Starting and having conversations can be challenging for both care staff and residents. Especially for people who are new to the home and for those suffering with dementia. This range of conversation aids has been chosen for their simplicity and ease if use. You can use the cards as simple prompts in one-on-one situations, or you can use some of the products to host a more open free flowing group conversation for instance by setting the general topic of conversation. You could also leave the items out in communal areas for people to use as and when they want.
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30 varied items of often unused WW1 memorabilia including: newspaper, posters, Trench booklet, flyers, soldiers pay book and many more. Great for history lessons or displays.
Specially designed to open up communication and thought processes of people playing. No right or wrong answers and can lead to discussion and reminiscence.
16 A5 double-sided cards. Hand-drawn illustrations include: Fashion and trades through the decades (1940s-1970s)including 'demob' suits, mods & rockers etc. Reverse has information about the image. Ideal to use with anyone with a dementia.
16 A5 double-sided cards. Illustrations include: Judy Garland, RAF Spitfire, Land Girls, Morris Minor car, The Beatles and many more. Hand drawn images depicting life through the 1940s-1970s. Ideal for use with anyone with a dementia.
16 A5 double-sided cards. Illustrations include: Bill and Ben, donkey rides, roller skating, hopscotch, train spotting, Scouts and Guides and many more.Hand drawn designs depicting life through the 1940s-1970s. Ideal for use with anyone living with a dementia.
Our dementia-friendly Menu Board is ideal for anyone with communication difficulties. 80 quality photos of favourite choices for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Large clear images on robust tiles. MULTIBUY OFFER*
15 evocative high quality images with questions on the reverse to help prompt discussion. A great addition to any care or nursing home.
Ideal for people living with a dementia, this lovely illustrated set of cards help prompt memories and aid conversation.15 evocative high quality images with questions on the reverse.
Lovely album of high quality images with helpful questions on the reverse to help trigger conversation.15 images in a sturdy album designed for use with anyone living with a dementia. Great for care and nursing homes or hospitals.
100 cards, each with questions to prompt conversation; for example: "What is your idea of a great day out"? "A particular smell that lingers in your memory?"
A fun and light-hearted way of making a connection through conversation starters. Three different themes that make these cards a long-lasting activity solution. 80 cards.
High quality book packed with images and poems plus DVD and picture cards designed to encourage conversation for Welsh-speaking people. (English translations included).
A highly versatile game intended for those with developmental disorders as well as anyone living with a dementia. Uses colour/type recognition but can also be used for same/different, memory recall and encourage conversation.
A specially designed board game that helps understand the thinking, likes and dislikes of people with a dementia. Ideal for use as a conversation tool and an ideal group activities for people who have had a stroke.
Observe the different images, then put yourself in the characters shoes and try to guess what they're thinking? 54 varied fun images with 22 blank dialogue shapes to help express your opinions.
Set of 50 famous portraits of well-known personalities. An ideal activity which helps to create conversation and stimulate discussion among elderly people.