Designed for older people, those recovering from a stroke or anyone with limited hand function, our wide range of games and other unique hand therapy aids are a fun way to help improve grip and fine motor skills and help keep independence.
Twisting and untwisting chunky Nuts and Bolts can help keep hands busy. Why not treat a loved one to an Activity Cushion or Apron (if they are inclined to move about from chair to chair), the assorted attachments will be fun to twiddle and twist and can help keep boredom and stress at bay.
A tactile and visual therapeutic table top activity which will appeal to people with a dementia like Alzheimer's. Helps with hand/eye coordination.
Cogs and Gears is a stimulating and tactile activity which has proven to be a real success with people with dementia due to the stunning visual effect. Alter and change the cogs and gears to make your own system, then set the wheels in motion. A fun game which can help activate thinking and logical thinking skills in older people. Highly contrasting brightly coloured pieces make this good for anyone with a sight impairment too. 49 cogs and gears with interlocking base plates.
Our very own Fiddle Pup© has the softest plush fur and a coat packed full of tactile extras to twiddle, slide and feel. Especially designed for anyone with restless hands.
Pack of 54 chunky oversized buttons for easy threading. 5 sizes in 5 colours to colour coordinate, shape sort or just thread together for fun!
Keep minds and hands active with this ingenious, robust, latched box. Six brightly painted doors each with a different opening mechanism.
Brightly coloured wooden chunky pieces will keep hands and minds active. Helps practise fine motor skills with screwing and twisting the tactile shapes.
Ring the doorbell and peek inside this Doorbell House Tactile Activity. Made from sturdy wood, each side has an opening door with a bell to ring and includes 4 play people. You can even lock/unlock each door and never lose the key as they are securely fastened to a long tape for ease of use. Ideal for older people with a dementia - the action of locking/unlocking doors helps with reminisce therapy. Also keeps hands busy and minds occupied.