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These touchy-feely sensory pouches (also known as squish bags and sensory pads) are a wonderful way to explore the senses. They are also so easy to make! Making sensory pouches is a quick and inexpensive way to make an engaging and relaxing sensory activity for people living with dem
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VIDEO Instructions included! Make bow ties in a craft session and give it to your male residents on Father’s Day to help celebrate this festive occasion.
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Do your bit to save the planet with this gorgeous recycled Christmas Tree craft activity!
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Rain sticks are well loved by babies and older children. They are also particularly good for people living with dementia. They remind people of the sound of gently falling rain, which is harmonious and relaxing.
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Poppy flowers have long been a part of Memorial Day, Remembrance Day and Anzac Day. Here is another way of making a Poppy; this time in fabric.
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VIDEO Instructions included! Object: maintain social skills and reinforce friendships. Sensory stimulation.
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Socialization with peers in a group setting. Sense of accomplishment. Video included!
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Beautiful and easy to make! Abayomi rag dolls are traditional of Africa and can be adapted to celebrate the native people of any country. They are also a lovely gift idea for any occasion.
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Lovely and simple to make paper lapel poppies. Perfect for seniors to make and wear for Remembrance Day. Video instructions included!
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Potential for reminiscing. Personal satisfaction. Video included!
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