Activities For Dementia Patients

Activities For Dementia Patients

Keeps your loved ones stimulated and engaged

Keeping the mind busy is a fundamental part of helping a loved one who is suffering with dementia. For that reason is is important to encourage stimulating Activities For Dementia Patients.

We all like to be busy and we all like to play games, and for that reason activities that keep the mind occupied are very good for dementia sufferers.

I play a lot of games with dementia patients during my interactive sitting sessions and find them to be very engaging for us both.

As a result, the time simply flies by for us both, but most noteworthy, the patient enjoys it.

Enjoyable Activities For Dementia Patients

1 x 35-piece Active Minds Jigsaw

The beautifully crafted ‘Seaside Nostalgia’ puzzle stimulates minds, encourages conversation and sparks memories.
£12.49 with VAT Relief  (£14.99 incl. VAT)


1 x Aquapaint Painting with Water

Create beautiful scenes with these colourful ‘At the Seaside’ reusable painting sheets
£14.58 with VAT Relief  (£17.50 incl. VAT)


1 x Snakes and Ladders

The classic family favourite with a large user-friendly design so everyone can join in.
£14.58 with VAT Relief  (£17.50 incl. VAT)


1 x Animal Bingo

Traditional bingo can sometimes be a bit too tricky, so this is a great alternative; simply match the right animal cards with the right sounds to win the game…bingo!
£20.83 with VAT Relief  (£25.00 incl. VAT)


1 x Image Snap

36 large, bright, playing cards each with easily recognisable images… and endless possibilities.
£7.08 with VAT Relief  (£8.50 incl. VAT)


1 x Dice Cards

Encouraging hand-eye co-ordination,  for those who find it hard to roll a dice, these are clever cards instead!
£2.08 with VAT Relief  (£2.50 incl. VAT)


*All the above can be bought individually, or take advantage of the special offer 'activities pack' deal below:

£59.00 with VAT Relief  (£70.80 incl. VAT)

Buy all these items together, rather than individually, and you’ll save 10%.

See The Complete Activities Kit Here:  Buy Now

Finally, these activities are great fun and very popular amongst my clients and always goes down well with the whole family as well.

Similarly it is quite effective when the dementia sufferer is encouraged to play these games with their grandchildren as well.


Please let me know your thoughts in the comments box below.
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Happy Caring, Margot.

2 comments

    • Julie1966 on 30th September 2018 at 3:22 pm
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    Thank you Margot, these games will be lovely to play with my mother.
    Although she is early stages we want to help stimulate her mind as much as we can.
    I’m sure they will help.
    Take care, Julie

    1. Hi Julie,
      Thank you for your comment.
      Yes, they will definitely help your mother.
      I use these games a lot in my sitting service and they are very popular.
      Margot.

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