The effect of snoezelen on people with dementia and Alzheimer's

What is snoezelen?

The word snoezelen is a combination of the words sniffing and feathering in Dutch. Sniffing is exploring your environment and feathering is a safe situation in which peace and relaxation prevail. You can snoezel individually but also in groups. The latter often in a cuddle room. Snoezelen is the active stimulation of your senses: with for example perfumes, flowers, lighting effects, music and other sounds, a relaxing situation is created. People with dementia and Alzheimer's have an above-average need for rest and safety in their environment.

Snoezelen for people with dementia

Active stimulation of the senses by snoezelen is especially important for people with dementia and Alzheimer's. If the senses are stimulated too much or too little, people with dementia become restless and can get aggressive. Snoezelen stimulates rest and safety by sufficiently stimulating the senses. The KozieMe music pillow is ideally suited for snoezelen because it can be used anywhere, individually and in groups with multiple music cushions. 

The effect of snoezelen with the KozieMe

Snoezelen works best if it is applied individually: with personalized sounds. Research shows that people with dementia who snooze daily are less apathetic, rebellious and aggressive. Active stimulation of the senses by snoezelen gives a relaxed and comfortable feeling. It is important for people with dementia to be able to snooze easily, often and everywhere. The KozieMe music cushion meets this need. When touched, the cushion emits personal sounds that can be listened to independently. The KozieMe engages all the senses of people with dementia and creates peace and security. The feeling of home.

About Kozie

Everyone wants security and happiness. Kozie is a music pillow that stimulates peace and safety in people with dementia and Alzheimer's. A sense of home. Kozie is a recognizable beacon of happiness. When touched, the cushion emits personal sounds that can be listened to independently.

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