The Memory Activity Book

Author - Helen Lambert - Dementia Care Trainer

As an Occupational Therapist, I understand the innate need in human beings to be meaningfully engaged. Too often, people with a diagnosis of dementia, or memory impairment, stop doing the things that they enjoy

This book, written for the person with dementia, shares ideas about how to grade, or simplify, activities to match the person's changing abilities

Broken into chapters, such as Out and About and Revisiting the Past, each chapter covers a range of activities from swimming, to going on an outing, puzzles to crafts. "At a glance" sections outline the benefits of the activity and "talk about" sections give ideas for discussion.

Many pages include step by step instruction and some pages are dedicated to a single image or topic to discuss.



The Memory Activity Book

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Worldwide Publication

* First published in the UK 2018
* Published in the USA, supported by AARP (American Association of Retired Persons)
* Also in Germany, supported by Deutsche Alzheimer Gesellschaft E.V., Australia, Singapore and many more.

This book might help slow and delay the symptoms of Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia. It is designed to stimulate and entertain. Its activity program might stimulate different parts of the brain.

DK's philosophy of using images to support text is a good fit for the book.

Forward by Angela Rippon CBE Ambassador of Alzheimer's Society.

 Steve Wright, Radio 2 Commented - What a fantastic book!

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