Our Story

It all started in 2008 when Ben, Relish CEO, tried to find something he could do with his grandad as he progressed through the latter stages of Alzheimer’s Disease.

He struggled to find anything that could suit his grandad’s changing abilities, while being appropriate for adults. So he made a puzzle.

His grandpa loved the puzzle so much he made another, and then another. Relish grew from there, researching, refining, and developing activities that are truly right for people with dementia.

We believe that the best joy comes from time spent together – smiles, laughs, shared successes, casual chitchat, play, and mutual understanding.

Our mission is to help improve the overall wellbeing of people with dementia by providing fun, meaningful activities that help build their relationships with their family, friends and caregivers.

Everyday Wellbeing

We are committed to improving the wellbeing of people with dementia. Every one of our products is designed to affect the different pillars that lead to overall wellbeing.

Embrace Identity

Everyone has a story to tell about their life and history. It’s what makes us special and unique. Putting focus on yourself as an individual and who you are builds a fulfilling sense of identity.

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Through discovery and learning comes satisfaction, achievement and confidence. Developing your abilities and knowledge proves there’s much more life to enjoy and give.

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Being at ease in your surroundings and reducing self-doubt can reduce anxiety, while personal touch and repetitive movements can calm and engage unsettled minds.

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Building a sense of freedom comes with being able to do something yourself and being given the room to make your own decisions, choices and actions.

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We know the emotional journey will be a complicated one with both highs and lows. But it's important to embrace and cherish those moments of happiness.

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Developing daily purpose, no matter how small, builds a sense of value – both in life, to others and your environment. Mini-successes, new memories and self-pride all add to your place in the world.

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Keeping your body well nurtured plays a key part in maintaining wellbeing. Daily walks and exercise games are great ways to work those muscles, giving them a burst of life!

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Strong relationships are the backbone of support, and the feeling of importance to others tackles emptiness and loneliness. Most importantly, connecting with someone lays a platform for shared joy.

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