Activities for men with Alzheimer’s and dementia can be hard to find. This one is perfect for manly interests and memories. Superbly crafted solid hardwood lock box with 3 separate compartments and 10 doors, each door has a different kind of latch or hasp or bolt or other locking mechanism.
“My mom ordered the Lock Box for my dad who lives in a memory care center. She filled the box cavities with trinkets including a key ring, a mini flashlight, coins, things one might find in every household junk drawer. When she presented the box to my dad, he was instantly engaged in opening the closures and looking inside to see what he would find. He spends at least half an hour at a time opening the doors, removing the items, examining them, putting them back in, and closing the locks. It has improved his quality of life and the quality of our visits with him. I feel that the Lock Box has provided a tactile therapy that was missing. I highly recommend this product.” – Happy Farmer
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Strengthen Your Mind
Strengthen Your Mind includes two volumes. Each volume is packed with activity including trivia, reminiscence, and sensory stimulation. Not only will these books stimulate cognition and the senses through imagination, but they inspire conversation.
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Follow Your Nose
Games always make great gifts for people who have dementia, and for everyone else. Follow Your Nose is one of our favorite, partly because it relies on the sense of smell more than the sense of sight. The more we use all of our senses the better off we are.
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Not Just Jigsaw Puzzles
Explore our large collection of puzzles! We are sure to have something that you will find appropriate for any stage and for your loved ones interests. The extra large jigsaw pieces allow for easy gripping and minimize the frustration caused by regular-sized pieces. And our jigsaw puzzles aren’t cartoonish – they are age-appropriate as well. But puzzles aren’t just of the jigsaw variety. A puzzle is anything that poses a problem and has a solution.
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Aromatherapy can improve the ambiance of almost any setting. Familiar and pleasant scents like lavender, frankincense, and lemon lend a pleasing atmosphere to any room. But aromatherapy does more than just smell good. Essential oils used in aromatherapy can actually clean the air of viruses and other pathogens. And there is growing evidence that certain oils are effective against some of the symptoms of dementia. More»
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