Active Minds Orient Express 13 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle

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Featuring the world-famous locomotive, this clever jigsaw has been specially designed for people in the mid-late stages of dementia. A calming activity for focusing the mind and stimulating conversation as the picture takes shape.

Key Features:

  • Uniquely shaped pieces for less confusion.
  • Framed backing board to use as a guide when getting started.
  • Made from wipe clean, durable plastic.

Jigsaws provide a very relaxing experience, and are enjoyed as a pastime by many people around the world. They’re great for people with restricted movement, creating a sense of purpose and a real feeling of accomplishment once they’re finished. However, people living with dementia often find traditional, more complex puzzles too difficult to complete, and many easier jigsaws are aimed specifically at children.

Active Minds’ jigsaws have been specifically designed for people living with dementia. Each piece is a unique shape so that there’s less chance of confusion when connecting them together. This puzzle uses only 13 pieces for people that find more difficult puzzles too much of a challenge. They use gorgeous, age appropriate images that can be used to stimulate conversation and encourage communication. It’s a therapeutic experience for anyone feeling agitated, and an enjoyable social experience when completed with loved ones.

  • Dimensions: 36x25 cm
  • Weight: 455 Grams
  • Number of puzzle pieces: 13

Very good picture and puzzle also for male persons. Very good that they are of plastic material so they easy can be wipe of.

My 90 year old dad went on honeymoon on a locomotive of this type. He loves steam engines, but this also evokes memories of the happiest time in his life. He can't do the puzzle on his own, but when we do it together the conversation always turns to those happy times when he fell in love with my mum.

 

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