Are you passionate about improving dementia care?
Do you want to improve your current dementia environment without the large scale costs of decoration?
RemPods can help you to improve the care of your dementia clients easily and effectively.
We pride ourselves on our client recommendations in which our pods speak for themselves.
Our Products and Services
Our Pods are literally pop up reminiscence rooms and work by turning any care space into a therapeutic & calming environment. No need for decoration. Simply pop up or down, when needed.
RemPods are also specialists in transforming the Dementia Care Environment, offering a complete one stop service from design to installations.
Our wall features transform any plain wall within your care setting into an interactive and stimulating space.
People with dementia often misinterpret things they see. This impairment combined with sight and hearing problems can make the world a confusing and stressful place.
People with dementia often get confused and are unable to differentiate doors within a corridor. Small changes such as covering doors to make them feel more familiar can make a real difference to day-to-day life.
For a person living with dementia, understanding the time and date can be more important than ever - our clocks are designed to make it easier to keep track of the time, date and whether it’s day time or night time.
Ultra-thin LED illuminated panels with high definition images are set within the ceiling, emulating natural daylight. They create an authentic illusion of the sky, bringing the outdoors in.
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