Britain recently highlighted one of the worlds fastest growing diseases, Dementia, with ‘National Dementia Week.’
There are more than 800,000 people in the UK suffering from Dementia and over 17,000 of these are younger people. Experts estimate that more than 1,000,000 Britons will suffer from Dementia by 2021.
Research has shown that most UK citizens are more frightened of Dementia than they are of cancer. A UK company has created a range of innovative Pop Up Displays to help sufferers recover lost memories.
Pop up Reminiscence Pods or RemPods, are helping to change the quality of life for people with dementia, currently living in care.
Rempods are literally pop up reminiscence rooms. They work by transforming any care space into a therapeutic & calming environment. They require no need for decoration. They simply pop up or down, when needed.
Rempods offer grounding & inner peace for people with dementia. They also help to relieve boredom, work as a meaningful ‘fun’ activity and most importantly, build better care bonds between staff and their residents, helping to raise care standards.
The range of Rempods include, Vintage, Cinema, Dance Hall and Old Fashioned Pub.
We all know how flexible and useful portable display systems can be but this revolutionary new way of utilising the power of portable displays is truly remarkable. To view some of the more conventional methods of using display systems, go to www.phiexhibitiondisplays.com.
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