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Regular Price: $22.00

Special Price $20.99

SHAKE UP THE RELATIVES - REMINISCENCE GAME is available for purchase in increments of 1

Quick Overview

$20.99 Stirs up memories of close family members and helps people to remember their unique qualities. Questions are asked to help people focus on their relatives, for example, "Did your grandmother like to bake homemade bread or did she like to buy it from the store" or "Did your father wear glasses or did he have good eyesight?" Pictures of relatives are visualized as stories are shared.

Shake Loose a Memory games are great for families, caregivers and professional service providers. Users of these well-thought-out and friendly games achieve significant success, especially for elderly people who are memory impaired. They are fun and easy, with unique approaches to unlocking meaningful memories and reconstructing "real-life" experiences.

"When people play our games, they feel good about themselves!"

Shake Loose a Memory is appropriate for people in early and middle stages

Shake Up The Relatives Memory Game for People who are Memory Impared

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Game playing is great therapy for people who have memory and cognitive diseases. Another effective therapy is Reminiscence Therapy. Here is a group of games that combine both of these into one activity. Shake Loose a Memory and the other four games in this collection use no-fail questions and situations to get people talking about their pasts and remembering good times.

These five games can be played by large or small groups.

Learn more about game playing and reminiscence therapy on our website.

Additional Information

Dimensions BOX: 4 in X 4 in X 4 in
CARDS: 3.125 in x 3.125 i
Shipping Weight 0.6500
Stage Middle Stage, Late Stage

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