Interactive light game to help tackle dementia

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Interactive light game to help tackle dementia

An interactive light game for those living with mid-to-late stage dementia has been designed to stimulate physical activity and interactivity with others.

The Tovertafel or commonly known as the "magic table," has now been installed in almost 300 care services in the UK.

One of which is The Grange Care Centre where today they celebrated World Alzheimer's Day.

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