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Paper Windsock: Activities for Dementia Patients

The bright days of summer can be a boost for family caregivers caring for a loved one with dementia. However, the scorching hot temperatures can mean more time inside looking for new activities for a loved one with dementia. Crafts are an excellent way to engage your loved one.
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Seashell Craft: Activities for Dementia Patients

Summer can be bittersweet when caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia. You want to hit the road for vacation time and fun in sun, but you know you have to be extra cautious to keep your loved one protected and feeling secure.
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Valentine's Day Flower Craft: Activities for Dementia Patients

Crafts are a beautiful way to create a fun and engaging activity for a loved one with dementia who is cooped up at home this winter. They don’t have to be anything fancy. In fact, it’s often best to use basic supplies you have around the house to keep the preparation levels low.
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Snowman Candle: Activities for Dementia Patients

Winter months stuck in the house can be tedious. Simple crafts can be an easy way to break up the day and engage your loved one with dementia. This simple snowman candle craft turns everyday items from around the house into a cute decoration. It creates a shared fun activity and adds a bit of light to dark winter days.
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