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Be Active With Games (BAG)

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A great set of activities designed to help those with memory loss!
£125.00
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Be Active with Games (BAG), 
 
Designed specifically to use with Alzheimer's clients and other clients with memory impairment. A bag of 14 ready-to-use activities that delight and motivate! Each activity has all the instructions on a sturdy half-page card in an individual bag with key supplies needed. Activities include sorting, clipping coupons, games, stories and music and art projects. Instructions provide general use and ideas for making these work for clients at various levels.
  • A bag of 14 ready-to-use activities with instructions on a sturdy half-page card in an individual bag.
  • Includes sorting, coupon clippings, bingo, storytelling, music and art projects, exercises, and table games.
  • The instructional manual provides general procedures and ideas.
Kit contains: Canvas bag (12" x 4" x 6"), 11-page instruction manual, 14 zip-lock bagged activities.

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