Active Minds Burano Island 63 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle

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This jigsaw puzzle of a stunning painting has been adapted for people in early-mid stages of dementia. A calming activity for focusing the mind and stimulating conversation as the picture takes shape.

Key Features:

  • Extra large pieces for more comfort and 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. The pieces are extra large to help with identifying placement. This puzzle uses only 63 pieces for people that find puzzles with more pieces 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: 460 Grams
  • Number of puzzle pieces: 63

Ideal for my partner with dementia as we know both places depicted on the puzzles. 

Has been a great success with my Dad. The puzzle pieces are solid and easy to grasp. I'd wondered if 63 pieces was going to be too difficult but it provides just the right level of stimulation. 

Very good jigsaw with lovely colours and easy to handle.

It was a present for someone with MS so larger pieces was a bonus due to the disability with hands. 

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