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Through the Seasons

BOOK OF THE WEEK:

Memory-challenged adults crave engagement in straightforward, enjoyable activities, like the ones in Through the Seasons. Stimulating and enhancing communication, the book is a great break in daily caregiving routines. The activities are easy and fun for people with dementia as well as caregivers. They rely on life-long experiences, offering seniors activities that are dignified yet simple. If you are living with Alzheimer’s or dementia, this book will lift your day.

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Anonymous
7 years ago

This has to be a joke! Activities like raking leaves? Picking apples? Maybe at stage one, but certainly
dangerous and not feasible in my spouse's case. He would be insulted if I gave him crayons to color with
and gets easily confused so he could not possibly play games.

AlzWeekly.com
AlzWeekly.com
7 years ago

I hear you. Notwithstanding, a little creativity may be all it takes for this to be a game-changer even at your loved-one's more advanced stage of Alzheimer's. For example, one person on the Amazon site commented on this book,

This book is good not only for memory-challenged adults but a great book when people are working on their life stories or photo albums. The questions re. the seasons evoke much thought and stories you would not ordinarily think about. Great for all ages! I highly recommend it after discovering it in the pharmacy waiting area

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