Re-usable Self-Adhesive
Re-usable Self-Adhesive
Re-usable Self-Adhesive
Re-usable Self-Adhesive

Re-usable Self-Adhesive

SKU: S401
Find Memory Care
£33.70(Exc VAT)
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Product Description

People with dementia require the right items at the right time.  Whether they have short term or long-term memory issues, directional signage is required at every point of their journey.  
 A home or somewhere they visit can become an unfamiliar place for a person with dementia. Even when they have lived there for many years it can become difficult to find items or the way to the toilet, bathroom, garden or even kitchen causing frustration and confusion.

Finds Sticker Pack is an effective way to help ease a problem and maintain dignity. Supplied in a folder, the product uses an ingenious, re-usable adhesive allowing the labels to be stored, removed or replaced as required.

  • The labels can be applied to virtually any surface and removed at a later time without leaving any damage or residue.
  • The labels are supplied in a ring binder where they can be stored safely until they need to be used again perfect if someone is going on holiday for example.
  • If they do start to lose their adhesion through frequent applications and removal, the labels can be rinsed in warm water to release residues from the adhesive. After being left to dry the adhesive will be rejuvenated.

Glenn Knight CEO Training 2 CARE Group and the creator of the Dementia Interpreters Course comments "These packs are a revolution for care at home or holidays, respite or just visiting family.  Unusual places are daunting for the person and the embarrassment of an accident can actually be devastating.  A simple, non-damaging and discrete sticker on a door can change this forever and can be carried with the person wherever they visit. The way an environment speaks to a person with dementia will directly impact on them, so if the environment is new to them, they may just need some help with directional navigation while they are getting used to it.  I love these, I actually think the government should fund these for everyone who is newly diagnosed with dementia and I hope that you will also see the benefits".