KozieMe

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

KozieMe: for people with dementia and Alzheimer's

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

Increase the quality of life with KozieMe.

Recognizable sounds and music have been proven to bring back forgotten memories. The KozieMe is a multi-sensory music pillow that responds to touch and positively stimulates the brain. Personalize the KozieMe with self-selected messages, audiobooks, music and sounds on an SD card. The music pillow has a removable cover that you can wash, is waterproof and is intuitive to use.

“Snoezelen” with KozieMe

“Snoezelen” is a form of sensory activation in an atmospheric environment. See, feel and hear: it is important for people with dementia to actively stimulate these senses. The KozieMe stimulates the brain of people with dementia and thus can create peace and safety.

Specifications

  • A multi-sensory music pillow with a built-in speaker
  • Specially developed for people with dementia and Alzheimer's
  • Waterproof and hygienic thanks to the removable cover that can be washed in the washing machine
  • The KozieMe lasts 14 hours on one charge and is easy to charge
  • Personaliseer de KozieMe met zelfgekozen berichten, luisterboeken, muziek of andere geluiden, download hier de handleiding
  • The KozieMe has a connection for headphones

How does the brain work with someone with dementia and Alzheimer's?

With someone with dementia, the brain no longer works properly. Too many stimuli can come in or too few. An environment with dynamic incentives is needed. When there is a shortage of stimuli, such as movement and sound, people with dementia look for stimuli.

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