Jigsaw that won’t leave dementia sufferers in pieces…

As part of the research for my new venture I came across this article which was interesting. My Nan is showing signs of dementia and has been doing jigsaw puzzles for years but is beginning to struggle with 500 pieces.

The idea of keeping your brain active is something that I wanted to consider when building my stock list as I think my Grandparents are a good example of how keeping your body and mind active for as long as you can is a benefit to your health.

I’m not only going to look at the possibility of stocking the jigsaw puzzles but I think my Nan might be getting some for christmas this year!

Jigsaw that won’t leave dementia sufferers in pieces


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