Pocket Quiz Book 1
Book one of three convenient resources provides thousands of themed quiz questions in a format that is easy and convenient to use. Questions range in difficulty within each theme. Answers are printed alongside the question, making it easy for the group leader or carer to pre-select questions to meet both group and individual abilities.
Produced in a small slip pocket size, this is great carry around resource perfect for the busy organiser with 5 minutes to fill. Carers of people with Dementia will find this quiz book an invaluable tool to keep the person with Dementia occupied at a visit to the Doctor or to use as a deterant for dementia associated behaviours.
Each book contains 100 themed sections of roughly 20 questions each, giving more than 1,800 quick quiz questions in each book.
Quiz examples include:
• Animal – What am I?
• Cryptic household objects
• Games and Sports
• Cryptic food
• Famous buildings
• Industrialists and entrepreneurs
• Pairs association
• Little and Large
• Old time
• TV and Radio nostalgia
• Songs and Dance association
• Where did it happen?
• Where is it?
• Wonders of the World.
Who Will Benefit from this Activity?
Pocket Quiz Book 1 will be most enjoyed by people in the early to moderate stages of dementia. People in the later stages of dementia will benefit from the interaction and conversation of the activity, providing the group size is kept small so that he or she does not become overstimulated and agitated as a result of too much going on around them.
The outcome of the activity may vary depending on the person’s ability, however for people with dementia, it is important to remember that when participating in the activity, the focus should not be about the activity itself, but the quality and enjoyment of the interaction. It is the enjoyment of the activity that will contribute to their overall sense of happiness and well-being. Those in the later stages of dementia may not be able to participate fully, however they will benefit from the interaction and conversation of the activity.
If you need help choosing an appropriate activity for someone affected by dementia, click here to view our guidelines.