T3 Foundation

T3 FOUNDATION

The T3 Foundation

The T3 Foundation is a UK Social Enterprise. Our primary social purpose, is to bring a world of health, wellbeing and happiness through our unique table tennis, to as many of those around the world living with all stages of Dementia and] Alzheimer’s.

The T3 Foundation Kit is the world’s 1st brain stimulation version of group table tennis, uniquely designed so it is accessible to all, even the frailest and older adults participants can take part and benefit immediately.

Table tennis/ping pong has long been established by scientists as the world’s number 1 brain sport, because it is the only sport that can stimulate up to 5 areas of the brain simultaneously. This makes it a perfect drug free therapy for those living with brain conditions.

Clinical studies since 1997 have shown that people with brain conditions experience a boost in brain function and awareness after just a few minutes of playing table tennis. Regular players enjoy further physical, mental and emotional improvements, including greater long-term capacity for memory, concentration, coordination, cognition, motor function, as well as social engagement.

The key conclusion from all these studies is that table tennis/ping pong can delay and slow down the progression of Dementia and Alzheimer’s.

We have created the unique T3 Foundation Kit through our determination to make a huge positive contribution in the fight against Dementia. Please join us in this important work – ‘United against Dementia, we will Succeed.’

The World’s Number 1 ‘Brain Sport’ – Table Tennis/Ping Pong

 

Latest News

Here’s a great opportunity to make a real difference for your local care home.

Covid-19 (Coronavirus)

T3 Foundation Statement

Public Health England has recently issued guidance for all residential care homes to review their visiting policies to minimise the risk of Covid 19 transmission.
A number of care homes are now asking all non-essential visitors such as children under 16, student visits and external activity providers/entertainers not to attend, even if they show no symptoms.

Pressure is also growing to close their doors to family and friends except in exceptional circumstances, which of course will have a huge impact.

As such, the T3 Foundation will no longer be able to provide demo’s or events.  We have received a large increase in calls from worried care home managers and activity coordinators who still wish to purchase a T3 table in order that they themselves can keep their residents active both mentally and physically in the coming months. Because of this we have taken the decision to keep our current stock of T3One70 tables available to the care home sector only, and will continue to support all care homes remotely as a priority in any way we can, by way of telephone assistance and virtual session assistance if required by health and well-being coordinators.

Thank you for your understanding. We all wish you much resolve in these unprecedented times – and let’s keep in touch.

T3 Foundation Team

Support the T3 Foundation

Help us to reach our goal of £5,000 to run our weekly community T3 Foundation Club!

Donate to the T3 Foundation

  • Tweets by @T3_Foundation

    T3Foundation Kit - now £250 while stocks last
    https://ebay.us/aPuhXD

    We want to support our #carehome activity coordinators keep their residents engaged in bubble activities for their mental health & wellbeing, physical fitness & emotional engagement.

    #dementia #Alzheimers

    Today marks the start of World #Alzheimers Month, so throughout September our T3 Foundation Kit is £350, a saving of £250. It's making a real difference to residents in over 200 care homes across the UK, so why not make a difference to yours. http://ow.ly/JQ7O50BetaM #dementia

    3

    This is the saddest story I’ve written for a while. Care homes asked to place blanket ‘Do Not Resuscitate’ orders on residents at height of pandemic https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2020/08/23/care-homes-asked-place-blanket-do-not-resuscitate-orders-residents/

    Care home manager's anger captured in film inspired by Coleridge poem https://www.carehome.co.uk/news/article.cfm/id/1631757/Care-home-managers-anger-captured-in-film-inspired-by-coleridge-poem#.Xzudp3rbXF0.twitter

    #ICYMI: "Although the missing things keep coming, I'll just keep topping up the things they take."

    @JasonvGenderen has been documenting the realities of life caring for his mother Hendrika ('Oma') - diagnosed with Alzheimers and Dementia. #TheDrum

    Coronavirus: Testing for COVID-19 in care homes delayed until September https://news.sky.com/story/coronavirus-testing-for-covid-19-in-care-homes-delayed-until-september-12041099

    Coronavirus: Care home resident's bingo with Will and Kate https://news.sky.com/video/coronavirus-care-home-residents-bingo-with-will-and-kate-11992455

    As we rightly applaud NHS workers on Thursdays, please also #ClapForCareHomes We know first hand how dedicated staff are looking after their residents especially those living with #Alzheimers & #dementia. We'll be clapping extra loud for all of you tonight
    @𝗦𝗶𝗴𝗻𝗮𝘁𝘂𝗿𝗲𝗦𝗟

    4

    England and Wales record 4,343 care home coronavirus deaths in a fortnight https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/apr/28/uk-records-4343-care-home-coronavirus-deaths-in-a-fortnight?CMP=share_btn_tw

    Load More...