Dementia can’t be cured, but the symptoms can be relieved, and cognitive exercise can help keep the mind sharp and going. This is why many of the games in ActiveFloor Senior aim to stimulate the senses, work the memory and not the least increase life quality.
When a person is affected by memory impairment, for instance dementia, more and more memories disappear as the illness progresses. With ActiveFloor Senior, relatives and nursing staff can upload pictures and text to interactive picture books, puzzles and memory games among other things, and in that way play a part in resuscitating life stories. It can help the person with dementia with remembering his/her life, and at the same time, it can spark valuable conversations with relatives and nursing staff.
ActiveFloor wants to have a positive impact on people with dementia and make games that provide them with the opportunity to put the things that they like, the experiences they’ve had in life, and who they are into words themselves.
Moreover, our interactive floor can be used on a tabletop so that those who are walking-impaired can take part in the games.