This is a sample, opened to illustrate the size of the pieces. It is complete – no missing pieces.
Put simply, a puzzle poses a problem to be solved. The problem-solving process is a cognitive exercise—puzzles have therapeutic value! We see repeatedly that the stimulation provided by these activities improves memory and brain function. That is true for most everyone who engages in these brain-games. It is why puzzles for Alzheimer’s are such and important part of an overall treatment program for people who have dementia.