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Images appear like magic... a great group activity for the whole family or care residents!
Price: $24.95

Product Code: 2087

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Aquapaint | Paint with Water Activity

Aquapaints give a lovely balance of creative touch, sense of achievement and pure joy for people with dementia. Simply brush the ‘white’ sheets of paper with water and watch as the beautiful pictures magically appear. Once finished, leave the sheets to dry to use them time and time again.

Makes a great gift for those with Alzheimer's, Dementia, Stroke and for those with limited hand control. Since the durable sheets can be used-and-reused, over and over, they are perfect for a memory care residence and for grandchildren and grandparents to enjoy together.


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4 of 5 Fun painting activity July 9, 2021
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from New York  
This is a fun, easy activity that anyone can do with their loved one. I enjoyed it, but my loved one is in the early stage and did not enjoy the fact that the painting disappeared. I think it may be better for a very, very short term memory, but it just may depend on the person. It reminds me of a "Buddha Board".