#338 Clink / Dementia

Approximately more than 50 million people are affected by dementia worldwide.

Clink is an interactive communication tool that offers affected people a new and playful way to interact with each other. It works without any pressure to succeed - but with the chance to provide a feeling of achievement and joy. By attaching the pieces to each other with magnets, fanciful new forms can be created endlessly. It is designed to experience ease, playfulness and encouraging entertainment. While cognitive stimulation is critical for the therapy of people suffering from dementia, Clink helps create precious moments for all parties involved.

By Leah Schulze
  • Design/Product Design
  • Humanities/HealthCare
  • Humanities/Therapy


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