£24.98 inc. VAT
£20.82 with VAT Relief (for people with a disability)
Our brand-new dementia sensory toy has arrived – the Tactile Turn!
We noticed there is much more product variety for the earlier and mid stages of dementia and knew more needed to be made available for people living in the later stages. We therefore designed and created a product that is not only suitable for the ability of the later stages, but that is also age appropriate in design.
This dementia toy helps keep hands busy, alleviating stress and anxiety, and is focused on doing rather than achieving.
As with all of our products, we’ve tried and tested it with our network of carers, care homes, and people with dementia, who all provided invaluable insights that fed into our creation process, and helped us get to the final design!
Key Product Benefits
• Different material textures and colours for sensory stimulation
• Easy to hold
• Infinite motion helps de stress
• Helping with boredom
• Helps individuals express themselves when they are unable to communicate using words.
• Stimulating brain paths as thousands of nerve receptors in the fingers are stimulated.
• Focusing on doing rather than achieving
• No right or wrong way to use!
UK delivered within 2-3 working days - £5.00 or free on orders over £35
EU delivered within 3-4 working days - £7.50
US delivered within 3-5 working days - $5.00 or free on orders over $35
Canadian delivered within 5-7 working days - C$7.50
Australia delivered within 5-7 working days - A$7.50
If you would like to order from outside these countries please email email@example.com, or call us on +44 (0) 203 488 2001 for a quote.
UK delivered next working days when ordered before 2:30pm for £7.50
US delivered within 2-3 working days when ordered before 2:30pm for £7.50
How do I return an item?
You can return any item up to 14 days after delivery for a full refund. Please get in touch to arrange the return by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling +44 (0) 203 488 2001 Monday to Friday between the hours of 8:30am and 5:30pm GMT