Our short questionnaire can help you work it out.
Tip: Find something that works towards a goal. A puzzle, for example, gives just the right challenge while being totally achievable.
Tip: Choose something that can be done just for the sake of enjoyment - it's about the experience rather than the end result.
Tip: Find something that encourages movement and engagement, or simple, achievable activities that can be done by oneself.
Tip: Find an activity or product that engages the senses, whether through touch, sound or smell - sensory stimulation is key.
When Relish CEO, Ben, was 10 years old his grandad was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. Relish is a result of Ben’s quest to find something that kept his relationship with his grandpa as strong as possible.
We are committed to improving the wellbeing of people with dementia. Every one of our products is designed to affect the different levers that lead to overall wellbeing.
Real impact is vital to us, so we continually measure how we’re doing with our Social Impact reports, making sure we provide products that affect people’s lives for the better.
We have improved the wellbeing of over 1 million people affected by dementia
84% of our customers say that we have improved their wellbeing by using our products
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