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Price: $49.99

Product Code: 0339

Shake Loose:


Memory Games for Seniors with Dementia

**Click here to see our Dice Replacement Cards for those with visual impairments.
The object of Shake Loose A Memory Games is to keep as many cards as possible, but the real goal is to talk about and recall memories -- the games were designed specifically for people with Alzheimer's.

Every question begins: "Keep this card if..." -

"If you have played the piano, do you remember practicing?"
"If you've ever had champagne. Remember celebrating weddings?"

There are no wrong answers. The game's purpose is to create success and help recall positive emotional events. Each Shake Loose Game comes with 192 cards and a single die. Great for 1-6 players!

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. All five games in this set were designed specifically for people with memory impairment including Alzheimer's. All help to validate the individual and reinforce self-concept.

A really fun way to keep seniors engaged in conversation & helps with memory recall.

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Average Rating: Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 3 > Write a review here

4 of 5 Shake Loose a Memory May 23, 2016
Reviewer: Carol West from Greenville, SC United States  
Haven't played it yet with my mother, who has Alzheimer's, but it looks like it'll be good for her.

5 of 5 Great for Patient and Family April 25, 2016
Reviewer: Jodie Sue Kelly from Annapolis, MD United States  
Played with my 87 mother in law, my husband and his sister.  Actually was interesting for everyone...telling stories about long ago...forgotten memories.  We payed no attention to the rules of the game.  We just used the questions to promote conversation.

4 of 5 Game June 12, 2015
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Florida United States  
Have used it to trigger memories for my father with dementia and also other residents at his facility.