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ExperienceTable

The ExperienceTable covers a wide range of multitouch solutions designed to stimulate recall, improve communication between residents and offer entertainment. Extensive implementation trials in the Netherlands, Germany and Belgium show that the ExperienceTable improves the wellbeing and mental health of elderly people and people with dementia.

Active together 

The ExperienceTable is modern technology in the form of a movable, wheelchair-friendly table that can be used flexibly in different rooms. The most important feature of the ExperienceTable is that people can use the table as a group and perform activities together.

The ExperienceTable can be used both for recreational activities and as part of a care regimen. As the interactive table can be used by several people at once, caregivers can provide high-quality care to different people at the same time. 

The ExperienceTable offers entertainment, memory stimulation and social engagements to residents of care centers. The wooden table is robust, durable, reliable, flexible and has a friendly, inviting appearance. 

The Experience Table is unique

  • The ExperienceTable is mobile and easy to move to any residential group. 
  • Different models are available to suit any target audience. 
  • Applications aimed at every demographic in aged care, including for people with psysical limitations. 
  • The ExperienceTable provides relaxation and promotes well-being.
  • Stimulation of motor skills at every level. 
  • A relaxed way of memory training. 
  • Stimulates the interaction between residents through multi-user programs. 
  • The ExperienceTable comes standard with over 70 applications. 
  • Supplemental packages are available with additional programs that fit your target audience. 
  • Customizable applications with your own photo, video, or audio material. 
  • Inviting to use for family and volunteers. 
More than 1000 tables in use.
Fast service and response.
Dozens of applications, even before optional additions.
Conversations with residents, who were actually not speaking to each other anymore.

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