Norman Rockwell, easy puzzles entice elderly, dementia and stroke patients to participate in problem solving exercise, stimulate emotions and memories.
Dementia patients recognize Little Spooner’s as artwork by Norman Rockwell triggering memories. A fun cognitive exercise puzzle for dementia and stroke patients helps slow down memory loss.
Norman Rockwell’s illustrated “Little Spooner’s” for The Saturday Evening Post cover on April 24, 1926 ©1926
Memory Jogging Puzzles are puzzles individuals with dementia and in stroke recovery can easily handle.
Easy Puzzles; Wooden Puzzles; Cognitive Exercises
Little Spooner’s is a fun cognitive exercise, puzzle for dementia with large pieces.
6 piece puzzle >>large pieces
6 piece puzzle is cognitive exercise recommended for middle to late stage Alzheimer’s Disease and exercises for stroke patients.
• Adult age appropriate
• Different size puzzles for different stages of dementia.
• Designed to keep puzzle & puzzle pieces visible & within reach, great feature for individuals with limited mobility.
• Nostalgic storytelling themes stimulate fond memories.
• Puzzles fit nicely on lunch trays.
• Another great feature, protective laminate non-glare top surface, great for easy wipe off.
• Wooden Puzzles custom cut, one at a time; large thick chunky pieces for easy handling.
• Puzzle size – 6×8″ – 1/4″ thick Mahogany plywood, Made in USA