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.
Reminiscence Box - Time to Play. Up to 14 traditional toys in a pretty storage box make this a wonderful reminiscence resource for older people to trigger memories of past childhood. Great to use as a group reminiscence therapy in a care home or for a one-to-one chat. Why not see how many nursery rhymes you can remember too?
Go sightseeing around London without leaving your chair with this great Sightseeing Adventure with Paddinton Bear board game. Have great time helping him get home to 32 Windsor Gardens, while on his way around the board, you will visit some of London’s famous landmarks and take selfies for his scrapbook. Playing board games can help improve cognitive skills and practise numeracy. 2-4 players.
SAVE £10* with our Alice in Wonderland Bundle, comprising a set of 3 assorted games with that popular childhood theme. Set includes Ludo, Giant Playing Cards and a bean bag toss game - there is something to suit older people of all abilities including anyone with a dementia. Great for care homes to use for that rainy day to keep residents busy and helping to keep boredom at bay. Dementia friendly fun.