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Fun and meaningful way to keep your loved one with dementia engaged.
These activities are emailed to you in a PDF format. All you need is a printer and a pencil/pen to get started.
Match. Math. Art. Maze. Word Search. Engage your loved one with these fun and cognitively stimulating activities!
We have created worksheets for each type of activity with different difficulty levels. You can engage your loved one with the activity most suited to their interest.
Being able to tell the time is crucial for orienting oneself and planning relevant activities across the day. As telling time becomes increasingly difficult for people with dementia, we created these sheets to help practice reading and drawing time on a clock face.
Easy: 15 sheets of 3 clock faces each.
Medium: 15 sheets of 4 clock faces each.
Difficult: 15 sheets of 4 clock faces each with difficult time questions.
Solving math problems are both challenging and entertaining for many seniors. We have created multiple sheets with varying levels of difficulty. This game is perfect for a person with dementia who enjoys solving mathematical problems.
Easy: Single digit addition and subtraction in a 3 x 3 grid (25 sheets).
Medium: A mix of single and double digit addition and subtraction in a 3 x 4 grid (25 sheets).
Difficult: A mix of single and higher order double digit addition and subtraction in a 4 x 4 grid (25 sheets).
In this game, the person with dementia has to match similar looking Mahjong tiles. Each sheet has a different set of tiles that are arranged and shuffled randomly. These activities are part of SilverSheets (Vol. 1).