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9 Puzzles for Dementia



Brain-exercising puzzles may slow the progress of dementia and improve mood. They offer a great way to get a mental workout. It’s easy to find them at the personal level of almost any individual. Puzzles cost little, new ones can be found every day and they are adaptable to changing requirements. Check out this wide variety of dementia-fighting brain-stimulating puzzles.


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August 30, 2018 7:34 pm

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