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  • Why use pictures?

    “Of all of our inventions for mass communication, pictures still speak the most universally understood language.” said Walt Disney. Well, he would say that wouldn’t he. But the point he’s making is a serious one, and that was what I was...
  • Shouldn’t we celebrate the uniqueness of each individual?

    I was troubled by a comment a manager made recently during a telephone conversation we were having to decide on which charts would work best in her environment. She was rightly proud of the extensive refurbishment the home had...
  • Making Involvement Count

    This is a great resource for anyone needing guidance or to assess how well they are doing in involving people living with dementia. These resource cards have been written by people living with dementia, carers, volunteers, staff and Local Involvement...
  • Visit us at the Birmingham Care Show

    Having been a visitor to this fabulous show for the past 3 years, I’m very pleased to say we have decided the time is right for us to take a stand ourselves.  You’ll find us on Stand D95 directly opposite the Dementia Care...
  • Is it time to turn our back on paper?

    My experience of computers stretches back to the days when we expected desktop computers to radically reduce the amount of paper we use, yet here we are, printing on to more of the stuff than ever before – we’re...
  • More than just a wall chart…

    If anything remotely similar to our charts had existed three years ago, I’d have found it. I scoured the internet and the high street to find something that could provide me with the reassurance that my husband’s carers would...
  • It’s our third birthday

    To celebrate our third birthday and for this month only, we’re offering a full 10% discount on all orders placed in July. Please use the Promotional Code ‘July’ when placing your order (click here to see the full range), or...
  • Make sure all your staff are ‘on board’

    One afternoon, whilst I was visiting my husband in the care home in which he spent the final 13 months of his life, a girl I hadn’t seen before pushed the tea trolley into his room, and asked me how Geoff took...
  • It’s exhibition season

    It feels like I’ve spent more time at exhibitions than in the office recently, and there have been more I could have attended if time allowed. They range from the huge events at London’s Excel, with hundreds of exhibitors,...
  • Making a difference, as confirmed by CQC

    It’s always a pleasure to receive confirmation that our Remember-I’m-Me Care Charts truly make a difference, and particularly so when it helps a care home implement changes requested by their CQC inspector. A manager in Kent recently purchased the charts (Standard: RIMWC01) in response to...
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