Set in a small clearing, a quaint chapel imparts a sense of tranquility. With each rightly placed piece, one will be captured by the soft highlights of a fading day and the song of chickadees resting on a birch limb. Artist Dona Gelsinger has so artfully illustrated the landscape that the sweet scent of hydrangeas and the faint trickle of a flowing brook are nearly experienced.
To caregivers, this puzzle provides an activity for dementia patients that slows the progression of memory loss through the stimulation of neuroplasticity. Furthermore, each jumbo puzzle features large pieces that are easy to handle for those struggling with dexterity or seeking an activity that strengthens motor control.
Springbok has partnered with
Cure Alzheimer’s Fund, a non-profit organization dedicated to funding research with the highest probability of preventing, slowing, or reversing Alzheimer’s disease. Three dollars of each Alzheimer puzzle sold will be donated to this phenomenal charity. 100% of donations made goes to research to find a cure. Click Here to Learn More
Additionally, Springbok donates 50% of Alzheimer’s puzzle sales in November to Puzzles to Remember, a charity founded by Max Wallack. This charity has helped provide puzzles to nursing homes, veteran’s facilities, and other facilities that care for patients of Alzheimer’s and dementia.
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