Five specially designed tools, each with a particular motion e.g. spin, slide, twist, turn or roll. Ideal for use with anyone experiencing stress and can help keep hands and fingers moving to exercise joints.
For people with a dementia like Alzheimers, Finger Fidgets may help alleviate agitation and restlesness and help keep hands busy. See video below:
Watch the coloured liquid ooze its way down the tube and relax! Fascinating to watch and three different tubes to choose from.
Twist it, turn it inside out - so many possibilities! Great for stress busting or for anyone with restless hands. Made from textured durable wipe-clean rubberised plastic. *MULTIBUY OFFER.
A great multi-sensory activity for people who like to keep hands busy. Helps exercise hands and also helps to calm nerves and reduce stress. See video below:
Restless hands won't be able to resist twiddling this highly tactile ball Twiddler. Made from smooth wood and durable cord, ideal for anyone with a dementia.
Giant tactile nuts and bolts set that are fun to screw and unscrew. Keeps restless hands busy and helps practice fine motor skills. 32 pieces.
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!
Lovely large bead shapes that enable easy threading and easy manipulation for all ages and abilities. Each bead is approx. 4.5cm. Laces included.
Create fun routes by lacing the cards according to colour and texture.Set of 36 high quality cards with large holes. Laces have 3cm firm ends for easy positioning.
Set of three wooden blocks with holes and threaders. Ends are stiffened for easy threading. Ideal for developing hand/eye coordination.
Set of chunky puzzle pieces to assemble into 6 different bird/animal images that have 6 pieces each. Beautiful photographs that will inspire any player. Simple to complete and easy to grip wooden pieces.
A tactile and visual therapeutic table top activity which will appeal to people with a dementia like Alzheimer's. Helps with hand/eye coordination.
Budding florists can create countless floral arrangements with this innovative set. 4 bases, 16 stems and leaves and 24 flowers make endless beautiful creations.
A stimulating and creative activity which has proven to be a real success with people with dementia, particularly amongst the men.
Who can get their coloured balls into the centre first! Can be played by two people racing against each other or individually as a fun activity to help practise hand/eye coordination.
Can you replicate the design on the card using the relevant magnets and stand? 35 reversible cards, 8 magnet rings make this a unique game for all ages. Helps develop observation and fine motor skills.
Highly tactile game to appeal to all the senses. Place pieces face down and select two, then shake each and see if the sounds match. If not place back and let another player try. If you are correct then turn them over to display the image. Ideal to improve listening skills for younger and older players.
Lovely tactile 'feely' game that is simple to play for all ages. Twelve easy grip wooden pieces. Played just like a game of 'pairs' but this time you try to find two triangles that both weight the same. Makes a good game for older people who have limited hand dexterity and can also be used more simply for people with early-mid stage dementia.
Try to match the coloured balls to the pattern on the cards. Great game to help develop fine motor skills and concentration. The balls must be moved to a parking position before they can take their correct spot.
NEW DESIGN. Brightly coloured wooden chunky pieces will keep hands and minds active. Helps practise fine motor skills with screwing and twisting the tactile shapes.
Have fun building all sorts of 3D structures and colourful mazes. Simply interlock the 4 types of tubes for endless configurations. See video below:
Lovely chunky wooden shapes to slot into the correct holes. Great for little ones and also can be used for older people to practise fine motor skills. All wood construction.
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:
New design. Help trigger memories about house-hold tasks, DIY and trade skills. A great activity for men with a dementia and encourages conversation and discussion. Seven different tactile activities to evoke memories of daily tasks around the home.
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.
Perfect start up kit that has everything an activity coordinator needs. Especially good for new-build care homes as you only need the one kit for all levels of ability. 67 different activities from art and craft and sensory to fun games.