Active Minds Aquapaint Painting with Water (Pack of 5)

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These clever sheets provide the satisfaction of painting without the mess. They’re reusable, so they can be enjoyed again and again.

Key Features:

  • 5 reusable painting sheets per set - dry them out and use again!
  • Just add water and a gorgeous themed image will start to appear.
  • Provides stimulation and encourages dexterity.

The Aquapaints set has been adapted to make painting an even more dementia-friendly activity. You simply paint water directly onto the paining sheets and a colourful image will start to appear. As the image dries the picture disappears, and the sheet is ready to use again! This means all someone needs to get started is a pot of water and a paintbrush and they’ll be able to enjoy the gratification of creating a piece of art.

Painting is a great pastime for people living with dementia; holding a paint brush is good for dexterity, and the act of creating something is a pleasurable and therapeutic experience. Its great for conversation as they can start to describe the image that appears as they work, and the beautiful images will provide a real sense of accomplishment upon completion.

This pack of 5 sets includes the following themes: At Home, In the Garden, At the Seaside, The Tool Shed and Transport.

  • Dimensions: 2.5 x 27 x 21 cm
  • Weight: 800 Grams

We were kindly bought the whole Active Minds Selection by a residents family member. Due to the pack in the selection these created a lot of interest from the residents and they were enjoyed by so many so we purchased the whole set which can be enjoyed by both male and female as the topics of the sets include garden, tool shed and transport. Creates fulfilment and enjoyment for both residents and carers supporting them.

Always very popular product. Delights those with progressive mid stage Dementia.

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