Games that are more adapted for dementia users

A look into how some children’s games are developed for dementia users.

Child version                                                                   Adult version for dementia users

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This games (right) is design as a practical construction activity that taps into well learnt skills, especially amongst those who have worked in a related field. This type of activity helps to retain hand/eye coordination is easily adapted for varying ability levels. http://www.activitiestoshare.co.uk/p/102/plumbers-puzzle

Child version                                                                                            Adult version for dementia users

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Again this games (right) taps into well learnt skills, especially amongst elderly women who previously used to knit or sew. This game provides cognitive stimulation such as: eye-hand coordination; sequencing; problem solving; and fine motor finger skills. The repetitive nature of lacing activities is especially good for dementia users. http://www.mind-start.com/Look-and-lace-for-low-functioning-seniors.html

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