Imagine a Piece of Equipment for Your Care Home That Can Enhance the Experience of Your Residents Mentally, Physically and Also Emotionally

Inspired Inspirations have been working directly with care homes in developing their interactive touch screen activity tables over the last few years, to provide a range of screen sizes and units to suit every care setting.

Just think of a giant Android tablet built into a solid oak surround, on a base that houses a large battery to allow you to use it all day long and smooth running wheels for easy movement between rooms in your care home.

“This amazing bit of technology is making a huge difference to our residents” Melanie Dawson Manager, The Lawns at Heritage Manor ‘

The screen is 5mm tempered glass for your residents safety and sealed against fluid ingress meaning a spill of a cup of tea won’t ruin your equipment. It also means an easy clean solution to stop cross contamination using any normal surface cleaner.

How to enhance your residents experience – Mentally – Brain training apps, memory apps, quizzes, board games, reasoning challenges.

Physically – Exercise for the elderly online classes, hand eye coordination, increased movement to move hands around a large screen.
Emotionally- Reminiscence tours on Google Earth, past and present clips on YouTube of hobbies or interests, religious services and Group ZOOM calls to loved ones who cant get to visit in your residents person!

“We use it daily and would not be without it now, even the residents find it easy and fun to use. Thank you!” Sandie Evans, Registered Manager, Oakland’s Care Home, Crickhowell

All tables are made to order, if you’d like to enquire on a price guide and time scales for deliveries, just visit their website www.inspiredinspirations.com or scan the QR code on the right.

“We’ve noticed that quieter residents who didn’t interact too much with others have suddenly been more active and more vocal.” Lindsey Davies, Home Manager,Cwrt Enfys

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