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My Story – Conversation Colouring Book

5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
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Original price was: $12.92.Current price is: $9.04.

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The (My Story) Colouring and Conversation Book is a unique resource that can be used in a variety of settings such as care homes, community centres, dementia cafes, and by individuals and families. It is specifically designed for everyday care activities. Combining colouring and conversation, the book allows for discussion and interaction among participants. This book is more than just a colouring book. It serves as a communication tool that allows caregivers and participants to share insights and stories. These books are great for both group and one-on-one activities.

The book features ten professional illustrations that cover topics such as weddings, holidays, working life, and other themes that can spark conversations about the past and the present. It also includes favourite television programmes and music, among other topics.

This unique book was created for a university project during the summer of 2014. Since its publication, the book has gained national attention, and it is widely used in care settings worldwide.

The BBC News featured the book in 2016.

Sales of the book fund the provision of Community Art Health Workshops by My Colourful Memories C.I.C., a non-profit organisation. 

We ship internationally. So, get your pencils sharpened and place your order today.

1 review for My Story – Conversation Colouring Book

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    5 out of 5

    Terry

    This is an amazing idea!

    Neil is a hero for inventing this concept. The ability to relive any memory is amazing, especially while colouring and conversation. If you have a favourite hobby, whether it's fishing, photography, dancing, singing, ballerina, or anything else, it's wonderful to relive them through colouring. The possibilities are endless. Seeing the smiling faces of your loved ones, including your mother, father, aunt, sister, or brother, is a priceless experience. Having those pictures forever and being able to relive those moments is truly special. This is a great idea that should be shared with everyone living with dementia.

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