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Individual Activity Box

Individual Activity Box

Purchase Your Spring Season Individual Activity Box
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The Individual Activity Box is designed for people with early-stage Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia. The activities and products chosen are designed to engage each individual at their level of cognitive, creative and physical capabilities. Each Activity Box will have 10 different activities with detailed instructions, memory prompts and the benefits to be gained for each specific activity. From art therapy to music therapy, the activities aim to stimulate senses, artistic and musical talent, dexterity, movement and logic. Open and engage, start creating beautiful memories and most of all, have fun!

  • Each Activity Box includes materials, accessories and instructions.
  • Perfect way to weave art, logic and music into daily activities.
  • Activities vary from simple to more complex.

*All pictures shown are for illustration purpose only. Actual product may vary.

Products available through Always Home Connected are sold for adult use and are not intended for use by children.

Product Size

Each Activity Box comes in a 14x10x6 box and contains a minimum of 10 different activities which aim to engage the senses and stimulate the brain through arts and crafts, music, dexterity and logic.  Each activity comes with detailed instructions, memory prompts and desired benefits. Group Boxes contain enough activities for 8-12 individuals.

Material

Vary per season depending on the seasonal products in the Activity Box

Benefits

Cognitive Stimulation: Activities can stimulate various cognitive functions, such as memory, problem-solving, and creativity. This can help individuals maintain mental acuity and cognitive functioning. 

Emotional Expression: Creative activities provide an outlet for emotional expression, allowing individuals to communicate their feelings and experiences even when verbal communication becomes challenging. 

Sensory Stimulation: Art and craft activities often engage multiple senses, including touch, sight, and sometimes even smell. Sensory stimulation can be soothing and enjoyable, reducing feelings of agitation. 

Social Interaction: Engaging in group activities can promote social interaction and a sense of community, reducing feelings of isolation and loneliness. 

Self-Esteem and Sense of Accomplishment: Completing an art project or craft can boost self-esteem and provide a sense of accomplishment. This is especially important for maintaining a positive self-image. 

Distraction and Relaxation: Activities can provide a distraction from feelings of stress and anxiety. The process of creating can be calming and meditative. 

Delivery Info

The delivery time and cost depend on where you live, when purchased and if in-stock.

Relevance to Dementia Stage

Early Stage: In the early stage of dementia, individuals may benefit from a wide range of arts and crafts and other interactive and engaging activities. They can engage in more complex projects that require creativity, problem-solving, and fine motor skills. These activities help maintain cognitive function and provide a sense of accomplishment. 

Middle Stage: As dementia progresses to the middle stage, it may be necessary to the activities to accommodate cognitive and physical changes. Simpler, more structured projects can be enjoyable, and sensory stimulation becomes particularly important. 

Late Stage: In the late stage of dementia, individuals may still find comfort and enjoyment in very simple and repetitive projects and activities. The focus shifts to sensory engagement, such as tactile activities or simply enjoying the process of manipulating materials. It's important to tailor any activities to the individual's abilities and interests, regardless of their dementia stage. Adaptations, such as providing assistance or simplifying tasks, can help individuals continue to enjoy the benefits of creative expression throughout their journey with dementia.

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