The Art of Conversation

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The Art of Conversation Cards for starting conversation. Great for people with memory loss such as Alzheimers or other dementia or brain injury

Art of Conversation Cards are a wonderful to get people talking, reminiscing and feeling good about themselves.

300 Fascinating Conversation Starters For All Ages

  • Each pack comes with 100 cards, each with 3 questions to prompt conversation and discussion.
For example:The best present you've ever given? Or received?
• Have you been underground, or under water?
• The worst comment you received on a school report?
 
  • There are no right answers. Anyone can contribute with their own life experiences, interests and ideas.
  • These are a really interesting way of making meaningful connections between people.
  • If a person is not in the mood to contribute themselves they can still enjoy listening to the answers of others.
  • A fun way for different generations to learn more about the people in their lives.
  • The pack comes with an instruction sheet as there are many ways of playing. Also tips on communicating.

Why The Art of Conversation Cards are also good for people with cognitive challenges.

  • Helps a person feel confident in conversation as they lead with their memories
  • Gives family, friends and caregivers suitable topics to help start conversation
  • Reduces feelings of isolation in those who now have a chance to participate or even just listen.
  • Keeps people socially engaged

A great activity for people who are living with memory loss, Alzheimer's or other dementia.

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    The Art of Conversation cards

    Posted by Tanya on 5th Oct 2018

    These make it so much easier to get a conversation started. I use them with a group of residents, with and without dementia. People who don't usually join in often want to answer the questions