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24-piece Baseball Puzzle

24-piece Baseball Puzzle

Your Price: $12.99
Part Number:BASEBALL
This Baseball puzzle features a small number of puzzle pieces, an adult-oriented image, and large pieces which are easy to handle. Puzzle is 8.25" X 11" when completed and is made of a thick, durable chipboard. Consider for MindStart high activity level.

Traditional jigsaw puzzles have too many pieces and images that are too detailed. MindStart puzzle products have a unique design to make them successful for people with dementia.  The image is specially designed to have separate areas of color, making the puzzle easier to set.  For example, the Baseball puzzle has areas of brown for the glove and red for the bat. 

Large piece puzzles are a form of therapy for dementia, stroke, and Parkinson's

Therapist Tip:  Setting puzzles stimulates the brain by using the skills of visual matching and orientation, problem solving, and  coordination of the fingers.  The image on the puzzle can also trigger conversations and memories.  MindStart puzzles can be a form of therapy for  patients with Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, stroke, head injury, and elderly who are very weak.  The puzzle design also works well for seniors with poor eyesight.  The Baseball puzzle can stimulate conversation about favorite teams, famous players, and other sports.
5 Stars
Site Director
Thank You!very simple, our clients love this puzzle. great variation of color. piece sizes are perfect and it is well made.
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Reviewed by:  from anacortes,wa. on 7/26/2013
5 Stars
I purhased this puzzle for my father, who is a life long athlete and former stand-out baseball player. And, although Dad has a mixed Dementia diagnosis combined with some visual impairment, we were able to enjoy this puzzle together. He was able to see the baseball items in the photo and the size of the pieces were just perfect for his enjoyment. 24 pieces is just enough to be a bit of a challenge but yet, not too many pieces to frustrate. We laughed, shared memories and we high fived each other when we completed the puzzle. This daughter Thanks you!
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Reviewed by:  from Wisconsin. on 12/17/2014

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