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Decades Reminiscence Book


Decades Reminiscence Book specifically covers life in Britain from the 1940’s to the 1960’s. It’s imagery reflects life from this period in a memorable and positive way. Included inside the 24 page A4 book, are black and white pages intended for colouring.

Engaging healthcare settings are especially important and should always be a key factor for the wellbeing of patients and residents. This book is great for individuals with dementia, Alzheimer’s,  however please be aware that these books may not be suitable for people with early/mild cognitive loss.

  • 24 pages in large A4 size for easy reading & viewing


The Decades Reminiscence Book has been specifically specifically for people living with dementia, and has input from local dementia champions and care home dementia specialist.

Take a trip down memory lane; covering life in Britain beginning with  highlights from the 1940s right to the 1960s.

  • Maintains independence & skills
  • Helps feelings to be communicated
  • Improves self-esteem
  • Encourages interaction and engagement
  • Suitable for use in care homes, day centres, or as a shared experience with family & friends

In a care setting, a comprehensive approach to wellbeing has numerous positive outcomes. Overall, the Decades  Reminiscence Book brings to life people and memories.

Helping a person with dementia to be active and involved in life can greatly improve their quality of life. Furthermore reducing agitation and improving sleep can also benefit nutrition.

All the above Decades Reminiscence Book is terrific reminiscence aid and way to find out more about residents’ likes and dislikes.

Offer a varied activity program.

  • Physical
  • Mental
  • Social
  • Creative activities
  • Sensory
  • Reminiscence

Stimulating the mind

Recommendations given in the 2011 World Alzheimer’s Report suggest that routinely providing individualized cognitive stimulation to those with mild to moderate stages of dementia can produce short-term improvements and/or reduce the decline in cognitive function.

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