There are many activities elderly people enjoy, even when these activities may be harder as physical or mental decline occurs. These activities may include watching rugby or football, listening to old music, looking at old photos and more. We created the Happiness Programme with these in mind.
These three games are the latest in our seasonal releases, meaning there’ll be available for a number of weeks either side of Valentine’s Day.
A game focused on counting skills and team work. Race against the clock to place as many hearts into the bag as you can.
You’ll find this game in the following playlists: all games, Competitive, Sensory, Physical Reach and Medium-Hard Challenge.
This game focuses on movement, reminiscence, storytelling and sparking conversations. Brush the rose petals away and find the hidden hearts, while relaxing to gentle guitar music.
You’ll find this game in the following playlists: all games, Physical Reach, Noncompetitive and Sensory.
Focusing on cognitive stimulation and independent play, search the grid for each new Valentine’s Day themed word.
You’ll find this game in the following playlists: all games, Competitive and Arts and Culture.
Textiles is the latest in our Paint a Picture series and joins our growing collection of games.
Use your hands and arms to reveal patterns of textiles from around the world. Captions will appear once a picture is finished.
Developed to be used at any time of day, Textiles can be used as part of an arts and crafts activity or to give your floor or blankets a splash of colour.
All you need to do to access these games is update your magic table 360.
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. For more detail on what the Happiness Programme is and how it’s helping care venues across the UK, visit our getting started page.
Alternatively, jump to our dementia, learning disability and NHS pages for more specific detail on how it’s helping care homes like Barchester and HC-One as well as hospitals and local authorities such as St George’s Hospital, London and Westminster and South Kensington Council.
For anything else, you can contact us here too.