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Recogneyes pride themselves on customer satisfaction. Here are what our customers say:

 

Three Bridges Care Home

Purpose built care home with a dedicated Dementia unit.

Products used:

Interior Directional Signs
Bespoke signage
Magnetic Boards

“Recogneyes© signs have taken the dependency levels of the residents down because they do not have to ask staff all the time how to get to the bathroom or lounge. It makes the running of the care home an awful lot easier. It’s easier on staff as it allows residents more freedom.”

 

North Care Group Testimonial

Award winning care home group Northcare specialize in residential homes for frail elderly patients and dementia sufferers. Keen to stay at the fore front of leading Dementia environment enhancements, they use the Recogneyes system of signage.

Products used:

Interior Directional Signs
Nostalgia products
Bespoke signage

“All of the signs within our care home are relevant to the local area, which is particularly important for our dementia residents. The old Glasgow images are very effective. For example we have named parts of the garden Glasgow Green and Queens park, and the signs have attracted a lot of attention from the dementia residents. They now want to be in the garden all the time as they feel like they can relate to familiar areas.”

 

Senga Currie Testimonial

Senga Currie is one of the UK’s leading dementia experts. We asked her to help us design products that would be most effective.

”Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease are still in their infancy in terms of how we care for those with this illness. Utilising my background in healthcare and my in-depth understanding of the most up-to-date research in this field, with a particular focus on elderly care presenting with dementia, I was asked to advise on the development of signage to better assist those with this illness and their care provider.Throughout my years of training and research into this condition, it was clear that long term memory was the one remaining constant for the dementia patient.

In addition to this, bright colours have been cited as the last to leave a patients memory. Working on this premise, I was able to advise in the development of their signage and support them in producing a product that was fit for purpose. I am extremely proud of the signage and additional products that have been produced and I believe that they will greatly reduce the depression, confusion and stress associated with dementia by providing carer’s with clean, bright and custom made signs that focus on supporting their patients care.”

Senga Currie
Dementia Consultant