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Introducing The All New Activities and Reminiscence Trolley From Little Islands

Shot008As seen at the 2018 Care Show at the NEC, Little Islands are proud to present the brand new Jolly Trolley! Jolly by name and Jolly by nature, our fantastic activities and reminiscence cart is a great way to enhance the quality of care your staff can deliver.

Designed to look traditional in style, it comes complete with music, sensory lights and pictures to match; enabling numerous different themes for triggering happy memories. The Jolly Trolley includes a 27” touchscreen for ease of use and has a full PA system to inspire participation. With plenty of different programmes, including karaoke, quiz’s and reminiscence films, you will never be stuck for activity ideas again. As the Jolly Trolley is battery operated and fully portable, in can be used anywhere in the care home or even outside – weather permitting! If that wasn’t enough, there is also a USB port to use your own media making the Jolly Trolley perfect for person-centred activities.

The Jolly Trolley is perfect for all types of activities. It includes relaxation films that can be used during a massage, church hymns and reminiscence films and music that range from the 1940’s to the 1970’s. The built in “Happy Birthday” programme is a brilliant way to celebrate a residents birthday and the Christmas programme is sure to make that special time of year even more magical.

As the Jolly Trolley comes complete with a USB connection to add your own media, it can even be used to promote your care home! It’s an eye-catching way to promote events, display information and show your visitors all the great things your residents have been doing.

Using props, interchangeable signs and the built in media, the Jolly Trolley can be instantly transformed into any theme you wish. From afternoon tea to the bakers shop to the seaside, the only limit is your imagination!

For more information tele:0800 093 8499 or web: www.littleisland.org


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