"Describe a typical family meal?", "Where were you born?" A great way to exercise and socialise! Just toss the ball to someone and ask the question nearest your thumb.
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.
Our very own Fragrant Memories Kit has all you need to evoke past memories and encourage discussion. Just put a few drops of the fragrance on the pad and place in the smelling pot. Three specially selected fragrances and five smelling pots (two for your own items e.g. lemon peel, rose petal, coffee...).
Get everyone involved with these Halloween Cookie Cutters - one each of pumpkin, skull, ghost, cat and bat shapes in lightweight metal. Why not make some tasty cookies for your very own Halloween party and top with orange icing? or can be used to cut out dough shapes, you could even use them to draw around to make spooky card coasters for everyone to stand their drinks on - a great tactile activity for care home residents. Add some Coloured Eye Stickers to scare everyone (but just a little..)