Personalised Dementia Jigsaw Puzzle

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Prices from $25.99

An excellent gift for a loved one, with a personal touch. Completing a jigsaw is a calming and therapeutic experience for someone living with dementia, and with this set the picture can be anything they like.

Key Features:

  • Create a jigsaw from family holiday snaps, celebrations or anything you think they’d like!
  • Everything from 48 pieces to 2,000 pieces available - we recommend the 48 and 100 piece options.
  • Comes in a beautiful box that you can also design yourself!

Jigsaw puzzles are an excellent tool for focusing and relaxing somebody living with dementia. The sense of purpose and achievement that comes with doing a good jigsaw is highly beneficial for anyone living with dementia and can improve quality of life. Finding a pastime that a loved one can enjoy as they progress to the later stages of the condition can be challenging. Jigsaws are a great option as there are plenty of difficulty levels to choose from, so as loved ones begin to find 100 piece jigsaws too difficult, there are always editions with less pieces to use.

The best thing about this set is that you can personalise it yourself to make it perfectly suitable for your loved one. You could use a favourite family photo, a shot of their favourite pet or an image of somewhere important to them. The possibilities are endless, so you’re bound to create something they’ll love and enjoy.

  • Box: 5.6x37.3x27.3
  • Puzzle: 48x36cm

 

Recommended minimum resolution of the image. The printing result strongly depends on the resolution of the photograph. For a 48 pieces photo puzzle we recommend the following image size (WxH):3409 x 2567 pixels.

Creating Your Jigsaw Top Tip:

  1. In contrast to photos with dark colours, photos with light and bright colours are particularly easy to assemble. Detailed photos are better suited than photos with large single-colour spaces (e.g. sea, sky).

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