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Baby Doll Rosa Newborn Girl

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Price: $129.95

Product Code: C800

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Baby Doll Rosa 14" Newborn Therapy Doll"

Our Rosa Therapy Doll features an all vinyl, anatomically correct body.

Therapy dolls have a remarkable effect on women and men in the middle and later stages of Alzheimer's disease. They are calming, soothing and bring the person back to a time in their life when they felt useful and had a sense of purpose; when caring for a young family member was the #1 priority. Alzheimer’s doll therapy helps patients escape from a world where someone is always caring for them.

Giving someone a "baby" doll brings them back to that safe and secure time in their life. These sweet little babies are very special, bringing pleasure to anyone who holds them. Their beautiful faces and cuddly bodies can help but make you smile. Dementia care is never easy, but seeing the joy that these dolls bring turns therapy into a rewarding experience that enriches the lives of everyone involved.

Baby Doll Rosa is a small anatomically correct newborn with an incredibly realistic appearance of a newborn! She has a movable head and movable arms and legs, and is all vinyl in design for easy cleaning ...click here to read our article, "Learning About Doll Therapy"

Baby Doll Rosa comes in a pink diaper, she is light weight (2 lbs) and easy to carry, hand-washable and fragrance-free.

"My mother is in an advanced stage of Alzheimers. Her doll is her constant companion. In my mother's mind, the doll is a living being. She cuddles it, talks to it, and exhibits less fearfulness at night when she sleeps with the doll. The familiar occupation of caring for it seems to remind my mother of her role as an adult. The reduced level of agitation, and even more importantly, the comfort and happiness she has brought my mother only makes me sad that I did not get her a doll sooner." Jill - Caregiver for her Mother


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