Home Care

25th February 2020

How Making Subtle Changes to Wayfinding Leads to Increased Patient and Resident Independence

Care homes and hospitals are often especially difficult for wayfinding, with long, non-distinctive hallways, poor signage and a multitude of different routes. This can cause anxiety, […]
7th February 2020

Valentine’s Day Past and Present

Did you know that it’s been reported that a person’s risk of developing dementia rises from one in 14 over the age of 65, to one […]
10th January 2020

The True Value of a Memory Box

I often get enquiries about our memory boxes, but on occasion people ask whether they come pre-populated, which seems like a very bizarre question. As there […]
30th December 2019

Did you know That Your Care Environment Could Affect the Well-being of Your Residents?

The need for Dementia care is more paramount than ever, especially for elderly people. Research from Alzheimer’s Research UK has shown that the biggest risk factor […]
16th December 2019

A Dementia Friendly Christmas

Christmas can be the most wonderful time of the year, full of tradition, delicious food and family! Here at Find Memory Care, we’re feeling festive and […]
2nd December 2019
dementia fiddle muff

Using dementia-friendly sensory products to maintain well-being

As dementia progresses, a person can find it hard to interpret, process and adapt to environmental and psychosocial stimulation. This, in turn, can cause feelings of […]
25th November 2019
dementia doll

Using doll therapy to enhance the well-being of a person with dementia

The use of dolls to ease anxiety has become more popular in care facilities throughout the UK, especially for those caring for people in the mid […]
18th November 2019
dementia clocks

Why are dementia-friendly clocks important?

People with dementia often lose the ability to recognize what time it is and whether it’s day or night.
11th November 2019
dementia jigsaws

The power of a jigsaw- dementia-friendly activities

Coming up with an activity that is fun and purposeful is often more difficult than it seems.  But for a person with dementia participating in activities […]