Useful Links and Resources
Here we have collected together a number of useful links to external resources that we think visitors to our website might find useful.
NAPA Resources for Remembering the Queen
NAPA have a wide range of resources for helping care homes to run activities surrounding the death of the Queen.
RNIB Talking Books available on Amazon’s Alexa
The Royal National Institute of Blind People has it’s Talking Books available via Amazon’s Alexa. If you don’t already have an Alexa device you might want to consider our Retro Jukebox which can connect to Alexa.
Famileo – Keeping Families in Touch
Famileo is a solution that helps care homes make sure their residents remain socially engaged with their family & community.
With Famileo, residents receive every week/month a paper magazine from their family, filled with news and pictures from their loved ones. This works as a mobile application where they can write to their grandma/grandpa in a care home, an easy way to maintain the bond with them.
Once the care home has subscribed to Famileo, family and friends download the app on their smartphone, tablet or computer. They can then easily upload photos and messages to the app. The platform is confidential; relatives can only access pictures and messages from their own family.
Famileo then reorganises the content and formats it all into a folded magazine. Each week the newspaper is printed and delivered to the resident.
It improves communication between the family and the resident and can provide a vital tool to keep in touch. Famileo is already enjoyed by more than 100,000 families in 2,000 care homes across Europe.
To learn more about Famileo, please see video below:
If you are interested in setting up Famileo within your care home or family setting, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Happy Time TV
Tune in for daily Movement, Drama, Games and Musical activities at home – Recorded by us here at the centre!
To watch on your PC, Phone, Laptop or SMART TV:
- Visit: www.happytimesactivities.co.uk
- Click on the Yellow Banner with the TV
- Call for your password: 0151 6410716 / 07872 824337
This service is free, however if you would like to show your support, you can donate via the website or pop it into the centre.
We hope that you enjoy Happy Times at home and be sure to let us know what you think.
The NAPA Helpline
The NAPA Helpline team are there to help family members, individual practitioners and care teams provide activity and engagement for the people they support. They can provide specialist practical and emotional support through their phone or email service.
If you need help or advice regarding engagement and activities contact the NAPA Helpline on 020 7078 9375 or email them email@example.com. The helpline is staffed exclusively by experienced activity providers.
Age UK have a wide range of free advice and support services. Simply visit their website to find out more. Age UK have a large number of local centres that you can visit to find your local one go this page.
DementialUK is a specialist dementia nurse charity – their nurses, known as Admiral Nurses, offer a variety of support to people with dementia and their families. Their website also has a lot of useful information and signposting.
Alzheimer’s Society is the UK’s leading dementia charity. We campaign for change, fund research to find a cure and support people living with dementia today.
BBC – Living with Dementia
The BBC have a collection of programs about living with dementia.