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Agzy

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At one time Pauline was as addicted to these books as I am to Sudoku but stopped doing them when she had cataract problems which were resolved nearly 2 years ago. However, this week and out of the blue she found a part completed one and just flew through it and doing it properly and correctly, so much so I have had to send off for a batch of 4 more on next day delivery, certainly makes the silences more bearable.
 

jennifer1967

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Mar 15, 2020
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Southampton
glad that pauline has found something to occupy her. my husband loved wordsearches and would go through quite a few each month but he hasnt picked up a wordsearch book for months.
 

Dimpsy

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Sep 2, 2019
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My mum loves word searches too, but isn't able to do the adult ones, whether that's due to her cataracts (not yet bad enough for treatment) or an Alzheimer's decline, we're not sure, but she's still able to do children's word searches.
 

Up the Creek

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Sep 9, 2020
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East Anglia
Do a search on a site like eBay for laminated dementia wordsearch and you’ll find listings for well...laminated wordseach puzzles. You can then reuse the puzzle.
 

Grannie G

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Apr 3, 2006
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Kent
It`s amazing isn`t it.

My husband lost so much language but was still able to read subtitles on the television.
 

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