Link and Think - Careers Game for People with Dementia - Tabtime Limited
Link and Think - Careers Game for People with Dementia - Tabtime Limited
Link and Think - Careers Game for People with Dementia - Tabtime Limited
Link and Think - Careers Game for People with Dementia - Tabtime Limited

Link and Think - Careers Game for People with Dementia

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Mental Exercise Game to Help Care for Someone with Dementia 

It can be difficult at times to ignite conversation with your loved one with dementia as they lose confidence in their memory and themselves. This dementia game is made to be a fun and exciting way to engage in conversation. Is teaching a more difficult job than policing? Find out and make many more thought- provoking conversations regarding opinions and various associations around careers. You won’t help but get to know each other in this interesting and stimulating game. 

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Get to know them better

Link and Think- Careers is made to improve staff-patient or even family relationships by creating interesting discussions around a widely used topic that everyone can relate to. Get to know your patient or family member better through this mentally and conversationally stimulating game.

Dementia support 

Provide support for your loved one by encouraging delightful conversation and sifting through memories in order to stimulate the mind. Play it over and over again with different topics to discuss every time. 

Brought to you by the legends from Active Minds! 

Materials: Plastic 

Dimensions: 12.5cm x 5.5cm x 4.5cm

Contents: 24x Word Tiles, 1x Discussion Dice 

Stage: Early -Mid

Difficulty: Hard 


Key benefits:

  • Encourages conversation
  • Improve staff- patient relationships
  • Infection control compliant 

 

Support your loved one with dementia with this brilliant conversation starter and mentally stimulating piece of fun. Read more about how dementia games can help improve care for dementia patients here.