We’ve got something special for you …

With Covid-19 making life hard, you deserve it.

Supercharge your Tiny Tablet




You’ve got a Tiny Tablet. You’ve got access to the Playstore.

And it’s great fun.

But we know that you’ll soon want more than just Google Earth, games and giggles…



ReMe  gives you new Readymade activities every week, such as News Reviews, Quizzes and World Days media.

And, you can easily create your own activities.



And with RAL (the ReMe App Library) installed on your table, you’ll get remote family connectivity, captured usage statistics and outcomes data.

And much more …


You need activities more than ever now …

ReMe & RAL give you quality, quantity & variety

Join ‘100’s of carers around the world that use ReMe’s Activity Based software

Let ReMe & RAL do the work for you, so you can spend more time with those you care for


Offer available until the end of April

Once the current crisis has passed, you can choose to stop using ReMe without any financial commitment. We do not require credit card details, or any payment to take up this offer. Simply enter your details below and we will email you an account username and password, along with instructions on how to get started quickly. There are few hardware requirements, other than broadband access, a TV and a tablet. More information can be found here.


All you need to do is complete the form here to receive full access to ReMe & RAL .

Please be sure to check for our email reply in junk and to set your spam filters to accept our emails.


Having new activities ready and waiting each week, makes life so, so much easier. Especially the Weekly Review and World Days, that keeps us all up to date. And being able in just minutes, to create activities that fit their actual interests is great. And RAL makes it possible to evidence activities… and connect with families. Thanks ReMe!

Jane Sillar, carer, Cedars Court Care Home


Patients simply enjoy talking about their past…the unique profile created by ReMe makes the system a lot stronger than the other computer based systems that I have had experience with.

Prof. Stephane Duckett, clinical psychologist at the Royal Free Hospital