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This set of 12 large print books is a comprehensive activity solution for seniors. Created with the needs of seniors in mind, the activity books feature large prints to accommodate vision impairment. The high-contrast design ensures maximum visibility, even in low-light conditions. These books are perfect for anyone searching for dementia products for the elderly or Alzheimer's products to help loved ones maintain cognitive health. With 28 pages each, these easy puzzle books cater to elderly individuals who suffer from conditions like dementia, memory loss, Parkinson's, strokes, vision impairment, and Alzheimer's, making it a standout choice among dementia products for the elderly.

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

Product Size

9.61 x 6.89 x 2.72 inches; 3.7 Pounds



Set of colored pencils


Cognitive Stimulation: Engaging with activity books stimulates various cognitive functions such as memory, attention, problem-solving, and language skills. This mental activity helps to keep the brain active and can slow down cognitive decline.

Memory Enhancement: Completing puzzles and word games requires individuals to recall information, patterns, and words, which can help strengthen memory recall abilities. Regular engagement in these activity books may improve short-term and long-term memory functions.

Language Skills: Activity books allow an individual to focus on vocabulary and language skills. This can be particularly beneficial for dementia patients to maintain and even enhance their language abilities.

Relaxation and Stress Reduction: Doing activities with an activity book can be a calming and enjoyable for dementia patients, providing a sense of accomplishment and relaxation. It serves as a pleasant distraction from anxiety or agitation and can help improve mood and overall well-being.

Social Interaction: Working through the activity books with caregivers, family members, or peers encourages social interaction and communication. It provides opportunities for meaningful connections and shared experiences, fostering a sense of belonging and reducing feelings of isolation.

Sense of Achievement: Successfully completing activities gives dementia patients a sense of achievement and boosts their self-esteem. This feeling of accomplishment is important for maintaining motivation and a positive outlook.

Adaptability and Accessibility: Caregivers can choose activities that are suitable for the individual’s skill level, ensuring they remain challenged but not overwhelmed.

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Relevance to Dementia Stage

Activity books can be relevant and beneficial for individuals at different stages of dementia:

Early-Stage Dementia: During the early stages, individuals may still have relatively intact cognitive abilities but may experience mild memory loss or confusion. Activity books with a variety of puzzles, games, and tasks can provide enjoyable cognitive stimulation and mental engagement. They can help individuals maintain their cognitive skills, such as memory, attention, and problem-solving, while offering a sense of accomplishment and enjoyment.

Middle-Stage Dementia: As dementia progresses to the middle stage, individuals may experience more pronounced memory loss, difficulty with communication, and challenges with daily tasks. Activity books adapted for middle-stage dementia typically offer simpler puzzles and activities with larger print and clearer instructions. These books can provide a sense of structure and familiarity, helping individuals feel more comfortable and confident in their abilities.

Late-Stage Dementia: In the late stages of dementia, individuals may have significant impairments in cognition, communication, and mobility. Activity books for late-stage dementia often focus on sensory stimulation and reminiscence activities rather than complex cognitive tasks. They may include activities such as coloring, simple matching games, or picture-based puzzles that are easy to understand and enjoyable to engage with.

Overall, activity books can be tailored to the individual's cognitive abilities and preferences at each stage of dementia. They provide cognitive stimulation, promote social engagement, and contribute to overall well-being, making them a valuable tool in dementia care. Additionally, activity books offer caregivers and family members a convenient and enjoyable way to interact with their loved ones and provide meaningful support throughout the progression of the disease.

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