Reminiscence Tool Kits

Our reminiscence tool kits improve the wellbeing of people with dementia. These are designed to bring back memories, improve concentration and lift the mood.

Cultural Toolkit Wellbeing Wheel

Memory loss robs dementia sufferers of the vital identity, creativity and innovation. Preserving this is essential if we are to ensure people living with dementia are able to live meaningful lives, reconnect with their past and understanding more about who they are now.

Our Cultural Toolkit Wellbeing Wheel

Our Cultural Reminiscence Toolkit is way to help people to reconnect with their past, hold on to who they truly are, and act as a catalyst in their overall well-being.

This toolkit serves also to strengthen relationships between staff and residents, enabling carers to gain a deeper understanding of residents and to experience a different side of them.

Our cultural reminisce tool kits play an important role in the delivery of person-centred care for people living with dementia, as they are designed to bring back memories, improve concentration and lift the mood.

Memories Rekindled, Achievements Valued, & Relationships Enhanced.

Embracing Cultural Diversity

To collaborate and cooperate more effectively, bonds and understanding between care-givers and residents or individuals must first be established.

Our tools help eliminate unfavourable stereotypes and individual biases about various populations. Acknowledging and respecting “ways of being” that are not necessarily similar to our own is made easier by a good understanding of cultural diversity.

In time, with these principles, resources and support, we can create bridges within the healthcare industry for trust, respect, and understanding across cultural boundaries to blossom as we connect with others.

Bringing Joy

Our toolkits have been created to contain activities that activate the senses, as memories can be connected to many sections of the brain.

Touch can trigger memories, and common tactile experiences like feeling various vintage silk sari fabrics in one’s hands, firm, starched doilles, or a hand-crafted wooden slingshot can do this.

Giving your service users and patients the chance to share joyful recollections of the past lifts the mood and improves mental wellbeing, which is especially beneficial for elders struggling with daily living because this helps manage stress and keep related symptoms at bay.

Building Relationships

Achievements Valued

Life-Long Learning

Control Reclaimed


Building Relationships

Reminiscence therapy for dementia aims to make the most of your time together while also creating a comfortable environment to discuss any recollections that may surface.

Achievements Valued

Reminiscence therapy aims to help dementia patients feel appreciated, comfortable, and at peace by encouraging them to think back on their favourite past experiences.

Life-Long Learning

Learning helps to keep the brain active which can ward off dementia or prevent symptoms from worsening. Elderly people and those who don’t frequently leave the house or engage in hobbies, socialising or activities are at risk of not getting enough stimulation to keep the brain active.

Our toolkits help to engage various areas of the brain and bring back some memories that could otherwise be forgotten, strengthening neural passageways and keeping the brain strong.

Control Reclaimed

Reminiscence therapy provides people with a feeling of confidence and ability by giving them something they’re able to do well.


When someone has dementia, helping them feel safe and happy in their current reality is the top priority. The positive feelings gained from sharing these pleasant memories can soothe stress, boost mood, reduce frustration, and minimise challenging behaviours like wandering, outbursts, and more.


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