Throw and Tell Ball
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Standard Delivery UK up to £10 is £2.95
Standard Delivery UK over £10 is £4.95
Next Day Delivery is £9.95
We offer a next working day delivery service for UK orders placed before 13.00. Orders placed after this time will be delivered on the following working day. All next working day deliveries will be delivered between the hours of 08.00 and 20.00.
If you require a more urgent delivery service please call the team on 0300 124 0900 (local rate). Additional charges will apply.
European Delivery is £14.95
Worldwide Delivery is £35.00
Initiating conversation with someone you don't know can be awkward for both parties. For a carer or activities co-ordinator, it's essential to learn as much as possible about the people you are working with.
The ”Throw and Tell Activity Ball" turns this potentially stressful process into an enjoyable and valuable game.
• Each panel on the ball features a different preference or experience that anyone can talk about.
• So how do you play the game? When a person catches the ball their thumbs will be on two different panels of the ball. They simply choose one of the panels and talk about it.
• The Throw and Tell Activity Ball is a simple way to learn practical information about an individual in a fun, informative, non-confrontational way that anyone can enjoy and also helps with hand-eye co-ordination.
• It's a simple way to break the ice in any one-to-one or group activity and is full of questions about likes/dislikes and every day experiences that everyone will have an answer for.
• The questions have all been carefully chosen to focus on things that we all have memories of and can talk about. These questions work like a key to unlock memories that lead to more detailed discussions and will inevitably involve sharing great memories and reminiscence about things the participants value and enjoy.
- Helps to facilitate conversation with someone you do not know.
- Simple way to learn practical information about an individual in a fun, informative and non- confrontational way.
Choosing the right product
People react differently to different products. For example, one person might find it helpful to have a recorded message that plays when they open the front door, reminding them to take their keys, while another person might find this confusing. Some people may also be wary of trying new things or find it difficult to learn new skills. Choosing the right product is therefore not always an easy task. The products you purchase should suit the individual and their situation.
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Always speak to your healthcare professionals before buying equipment to check that it is suitable for you.