Assorted tactile wooden shapes to re-arrange into different puzzle images. Helps improve spacio-visual perception. A great puzzle to keep hands occupied. Check out our video below
This vibrant wooden puzzle is ideal for keeping hands occupied. Try to change the pieces from a cube to a flat square puzzle! 2 games in 1. See the product video below
Highly versatile and sure to stimulate imagination, these tactile wooden pieces can be arranged in so many ways. Great for keeping hands busy. Check out the video below
Keep hands and minds busy with this sturdy wooden locking compartments box. 4 types of lock to negotiate. A great activity for those with dementia
Our House of Locks is ideal for men who enjoy manual tasks. Helps to practice and retain fine motor skills and gives great scope for conversation. See video below:
Help trigger memories about house-hold tasks, DIY and trade skills. A great activity for men with a dementia and encourages conversation and discussion.
Keep minds and hands active with this ingenious, robust, latched box. Six brightly painted doors each with a different opening mechanism.
This toolbox has 12 pieces and is a great reminiscence activity for dementia patients, the tools can be held and talked about a favourit with men
Fans of DIY love this sturdy wooden workbench. Complete with tools and vice, flip it over to make a useful toolbox for storage. Ideal for someone with dementia.
A tactile and visual therapeutic table top activity which will appeal to people with a dementia like Alzheimer's. Helps with hand/eye coordination.
Keep restless hands occupied with this amazing table-top panel. Great for using fine motor skills. Nine features for a unique sensory experience.
Brightly coloured wooden chunky pieces will keep hands and minds active. Helps practise fine motor skills with screwing and twisting the tactile shapes.
A beautifully crafted product, made of brightly coloured solid wood. Great for improving hand/eye coordination and spatial thinking for people with dementia.
Complete the 12 suggested patterns or simply enjoy moving the knobs around the board and see where you end up! Helps practise hand/eye coordination.
Guaranteed to keep restless hands and minds busy. Move the shapes along the channels to match the halves together and then into their correct position.
Our panels offer a unique sensory experience for people with a dementia or learning disabilities. Provides instant visual and tactile impact.