Social studies suggest we speak between 7,000-20,000 words a day. Communication is our lifeblood. It makes us human. When conversation breaks down in later stages of dementia, the other senses need to step up.
This is where sensory stimulation helps. We’ve collated a range of tactile items you can hold, cuddle, smell, listen to and be mesmerised by. They’ll gently stimulate the parts and hearts you really want to reach.