This 63 piece puzzle of Monet’s Garden depicts a springtime visit from artist Richard Harpum, perfect for sparking conversations with anyone with a love of nature.
63-piece puzzles for dementia
With beautiful imagery featuring more details than our 13 and 35-piece puzzles, our 63-piece puzzle collection takes the challenge up a level. Designed to delight people in the early stages of dementia, each scene is chosen to stimulate memories and inspire conversations upon completion.
Every detail is carefully considered, from high contrast colours to aid visibilty, and unique details on each piece to prompt users. The chunky puzzle pieces are larger than standard puzzles, at approximately 3.5cm wide on average to aid dexterity. The box is designed to assist and encourage individuals to complete the puzzle independently; it perfectly frames the assembled puzzle and features the final image printed on the inside lid.
Benefits of puzzles for dementia
Jigsaw puzzles are a favourite pastime for young and old, and for people with dementia or Alzheimer’s, they can be especially beneficial. Apart from being a fun and engaging activity to enjoy with family and friends, completing puzzles can gently exercise the brain, benefit visual perception and provide a sense of satisfaction and pride upon completion.
Number of puzzle pieces: 63
Puzzle piece size: Each piece is approximately 3.5cm in width
Total puzzle size: 31cm x 22cm
Material: strong, responsibly sourced cardboard
Box material: cardboard
Large puzzle pieces for easy handling
Box designed to frame the assembled puzzle
High contrast colours to aid visual impairment
Conversation prompts included inside the box
Cognitive benefits - exercises both sides of the brain
Encourages social participation
Iconic scenes stimulate memories
Easy jigsaw puzzle for seniors