Let residents and visitors to your care home easily find their way around and locate rooms with the help of these clear, high quality sturdy signs.SHOP PRODUCT RANGE
Clearly display information and choices on these high quality magnetic boards. All boards are made out of quality, hygienic materials.SHOP PRODUCT RANGE
Give people with Dementia an easy way to identify where they are, and where they want to go with our expert-tested range of directional signs.SHOP PRODUCT RANGE
Give people with Dementia a sense of comfort and familiarity with our high quality nostalgic prints available in a wide range of formats.SHOP PRODUCT RANGE
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The products in the Recogneyes© system are about improving the quality of life for both carer and patient. In particular, we create communication products for people with Dementia or Alzheimer’s. However, our system of signage and visual aids have proven helpful to people recovering from strokes, managing mental or physical handicaps or other health problems where communication is a particular challenge.
Recogneyes specialises in signage and help products for Dementia patients and care homes. All of our products are designed and manufactured in our Glasgow based factory, giving us full control of quality and keeping jobs within the UK. We are passionate about what we do and are proud of our relationship with our customers and the care sector in general. Our goal is to make your online shopping experience an easy and affordable one, but most importantly improve the lives of Dementia patients worldwide!
Thanks to our end-to-end facility, we have complete control of both the design and manufacturing process. Our signs are produced in the UK and carefully checked for quality.
Each product is designed by specialists with decades of experience.
Having worked for care homes, hospitals and domestic customers, we are able to demonstrate that our dementia products are suitable for environments where there is a single patient to settings, like care homes, where there may multiple dementia patients.