Remember I'm Me Large Care Chart

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The Remember-I'm-Me wall chart has been designed to communicate the needs of vulnerable people who are not reliably able to communicate themselves. This large, illustrated display chart features a wipe clean surface, allowing loved ones and carers to leave notes and important information to ensure comfort and wellbeing.

Key Features:

  • 18 illustrated symbols to clearly display routine, needs and preferences.
  • Easy-wipe surface for updating information with any changes.
  • A space for shared knowledge for informed and consistent care.

The Remember-I’m-Me wall chart is a fantastic solution for communicating on behalf of loved ones with dementia. The illustrated symbols each represent a different need so that the chart can be quickly scanned for information by anyone providing care at the time. There are symbols for all the important stuff like family contacts and medicines, as well as creature comforts such as how they take their tea.

Everyone experiences dementia differently, and it is vital that anyone providing care has a sense of the individual they are with. The Remember-I’m-Me charts have been designed to do exactly that; family can communicate personal information such as preferred names, hobbies and favourite foods and the carer can quickly build a personal relationship. Created by Zoe Harries, carer to her late husband who lived with dementia at home for 5 years, these charts were made with the individual, not the patient, in mind.

  • Size: 61 x 46 cm
  • Material: Laminated card

  • Dry Wipe Marker Pen
  • Pen Fixing Velcro Tab
  • White Tack Reusable Adhesive

Helpful when other people are supporting my mother. 

A very clear, well prepared chart on which to enter personal information about someone with dementia. 

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