The Happiness Programme
Care venues we're working with
Welcome to the Happiness Programme
The Happiness Programme is a first-of-its-kind initiative helping to change the lives of people living with cognitive challenges. We use interactive light technology to provide meaningful activities for residents and patients in care homes and care settings. Using our magic table 360, light projects on to a surface – this could be a table, floor, ceiling or even someone’s bed – and as hands, arms or feet move through the light, the games that are projected begin to change and move.
Our ambition is to make society happier and spark laughter and happiness for everyone living with physical and cognitive challenges. Our motivation comes from experience of living with dementia in our families and as a result, we truly care about the work we do.
Impact of the Happiness Programme across UK & Ireland care venues
Find out how we’re helping organisations like yours
We work with many of the top care home groups across the UK as well as with many libraries, hospitals and community centres, and we’d love you to join us!
Hear from our subscribers
“It has allowed us to have more person-centred activity and create a connection.”
–Adam Tallis, Manager at The Kensington, Bupa
Our wide range of games
We’ve got dozens of games, spanning a broad range of cognitive and physical capabilities, all carefully designed and tested to bring smiles to people’s faces and interaction to their day.
Discover how we design our games and just how easy we make activity sessions for care staff with categories and playlists.
Outstanding service & support
Central to what we do is the belief that technology alone isn’t enough. It’s why we deliver a programme, that focuses on enabling staff to tailor and personalise the activities they run.
Everyone of our subscribers joins the same version of the Happiness Programme, accessing the same content and training, and paying the same monthly fee.
What differs is our approach, with our Social Impact team guiding and supporting care venues and their care staff through different training modules, dependant on their specific needs.
This makes us stand out a little to what else you might have seen or heard but we believe this is the only activities based approach that can lead to repeatable and demonstrable improvements in care outcomes.