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Blue Care 2nd Feb 2017
Hi my name is Kelly
Do you have some suggestions for sensory activities for a blind client with good cognitive skills
Solange 2nd Feb 2017 Diversional Therapist
Hi Kelly, with good cognitive competence your blind client might enjoy Talking Books and Plays which you may get from your local library. They may also enjoy a hand or shoulder massage, hearing a nice poem, tasting different food, and if within a group: Therapy balls (good for arthritic fingers), trying and guessing scents, making potpourris, and others. Here are a few links that may help you.

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