My mother is suffering from the form of dementia known as Posterior Cortical Atrophy. This especially affects the ability to interpret visual information. (She also has arthritis in her hands.) In the past, she was very active with various types of needlework: dressmaking, knitting, tapestry, bobbin lace etc. Nowadays, with the combination of PCA and arthritis, all of these things are practically impossible, but she still wants something to do. Reading and writing are also becoming increasingly difficult. Does anyone have any experience with this or tips about hobbies that are not visual (or too mentally challenging)? Thanks!