Educational Toys - Numbers Toys to help people with ALZHEIMER'S & DEMENTIA

The Ebeanstalk experts have reviewed all the outstanding developmental toys that they have previously selected and have chosen those that would be most beneficial to skill development for Alzheimer's and Dementia. The deficient skills have been matched up with toys, books and games that would be effective in the development of each specific need.

There is a wide range of characteristics and behavior changes in those individuals who are diagnosed with Alzheimer's or Dementia. The areas that are most compromised are memory and communication and the treatment goal is to maintain independence and maximize functionality for as long as possible. With Alzheimer's and Dementia, both Fine Motor and Gross Motor coordination are affected and there are many toys that are helpful. Additionally, these individuals may suffer from frustration and anxiety and it is beneficial for them to have various activities and developmental toys that may help with relaxation and provide happiness. Additionally, within this diagnosis, there is a broad spectrum of the severity of compromised skills.

Because of many common characteristics among those individuals who are diagnosed as having Alzheimer's or Dementia, we identified appropriate toys, books and games to aid skill development. These include, but are not limited to Language, Memory, Socialization, Dexterity and Gross Motor skills. As each person is unique, the specific toys that would be most beneficial depend on both the individual special need, plus the level of severity.

Finger puppet counting friends are as easy as 1-2-3! Learn number, counting and easy math concepts with Ready, Set, Count. Each activity is packaged separately so everything is ready to go when you...
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Monkey in the Middle is a fun skill and action game that lets players take chances with the roll of the dice. With a delightfully illustrated game board, players try to roll their monkey dice into th...
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