Seniors living in nursing homes, or staying in the hospital may enjoy this type of crafting because it involves meaningful photos of important people and places in their lives.
The finished product can also provide comfort, without taking up too much space.
For seniors who love creating things from fabric, needles with large split eyes, glue guns and Velcro help to make many projects easier.
Fabric crafts are great ways to engage yourself physically and mentally, not to mention at the end of your project you have a handmade piece to wear or use for decoration.
These activities can also provide comfort to seniors who are lacking daily structure, are experiencing boredom and are losing dexterity in their hands.
The following projects are especially great for seniors who are new to crafting.
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In a recent study, the consensus was that art improved seniors' overall well-being and experience with chronic pain.
Working with clay is a relaxing activity that engages seniors on a tactile, visual and creative level.
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