Boredom will be a thing of the past with our huge range of fun games and pastimes. From well-loved traditional bingo and card games to something just a bit different like our range of Match The ... games - we have it all!
Games can help stimulate the brain and keep dementia at bay as well as creating social cohesion.
There is something for everyone in our specially selected set of table top games - from cards and quizzes to traditional backgammon, this is the perfect answer to a rainy day (or a sunny afternoon in the garden). Seven assorted games to suit all abilities. £25 SAVING*
Same fun but now in a new style! Easy to grip chunky wooden pieces with bold symbols. Can you win a line vertically, horizontally or diagonally?
New design. A wonderful and traditional game that is familiar to older people, including those with a dementia. Dominoes are larger than average with bigger dots. Chunky and easy to grip.
Recommended by the RNIB, this large print version is ideal for anyone with sight impairment. Includes large print instructions. Extra large tiles for easy gripping.
High quality wooden Snakes and Ladders game that will appeal to all traditional board game enthusiasts. Tactile smooth wooden pieces and die.
Everything you need for a fun night in! Fun set of games to play to get everyone up and laughing. Set includes: Charades, Who am I?, Back To The Drawing Board & Don't Say A Word, dice, timer, pencils, answer pad, 4 x headbands and instructions.
PicLink is a highly versatile game intended for those with developmental disorders as well as older people living with a dementia. Uses colour/type recognition but can also be used for same/different, memory recall and encourage conversation. 36 durable cards to use with a group or individual. Includes suggestions on how to use the resource. Clear photographic images to help jog memory and past experiences.
Story Cubes are the perfect way to get a story started Just roll the three dice and see which images are uppermost then use these to begin your tall tale! Great for telling stories 'in the round' where each person in a group takes up the unfinished tale and continues. Good tactile fun and Ideal for encouraging conversation for older residents in care homes. 18 different symbols including: bomb, drowning, life jacket, 'help' and many more to make an exciting tale.
Observe the different images, then put yourself in the characters shoes and try to guess what they're thinking? 54 varied fun images with 22 blank dialogue shapes to help express your opinions.
These Colour Placement Tiles will brighten up everyone's day. Can be used for colour matching, contrast, similar tone e.g pastel or vibrant, games such as using a colour and asking what items are that colour and then extending it to talk about one of the items in more detail, personal memories, likes/dislikes. Makes a versatile activity for care home residents for individual or groups.
A well-loved traditional game in a jumbo size with easy-to-handle, brightly coloured foam pieces.
A card placement game designed for those with dementia