Games provide social opportunities and can be adapted to suit a wide range of physical limitations. Here are some fun and creative games to enjoy!
A simple idea where a group of random objects are displayed on a tray for a limited period of time and then the clients try and recall what the items were.
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Game for seniors..They need to match the key with the lock...You can provide all keys or padlocks on a tray at one time, and they each get an allotted time to try to unlock the padlocks in a designated amount of time.
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Chose a colorful bag, something that catches the eye, silk, or any other fabric that feels good to the touch. You don't want to be able to see through the bag. Find random objects, such as kitchen utensils, keys, padlock. Ideal reminiscing game for seniors.
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What I personally love about this game, is that everyone knows about money, they love looking at it and counting it.
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Our experience with this is is it is a no fail filler, and they love the colors and their funky names. This is a great game for the elderly in nursing homes.
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Hi all, after reading your article about noodle soccer I went to the local cheap store and had to improvise as there was no noodles.
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An easy matching game with 24 Chinese zodiac animal cards. A great game to challenge memory skills and improve concentration.
You can buy some chop sticks in a cheap shop and let your residents try to use them to pick up different things.
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