Bring together family and friends for double the fun with these two classic board games. Adapted for people with dementia, both Snakes & Ladders and Ludo are bound to bring out the competitive streak in all. The aim of the game is to make it to the finish line before your opponent!
Every detail of this product has been carefully considered and researched alongside people in the mid-stages of dementia. The paired back design of the board combined with high colour contrast and guiding elements provides a clear journey around the board for people with visual and cognitive impairments, meaning less stress and more fun! Additionally, we have ensured the time to completion is optimum for focus and engagement. Large numbered cards provide an easy-to-handle alternative to dice for players with dexterity and visibility difficulties.
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How to play:
Players take it in turns to select a card which states how many places they must move. Ladders will provide a boost around the board, but watch out for those pesky snakes that will send you backward. The original rules of Ludo require a player to be sent back to the beginning if another player lands on their square however, you can adapt the rules as required.
All of our products are designed to last. Simply wipe all elements down with a damp cloth for a fresh beginning for the next round.
UK delivered within 2-3 working days - £5.00 or free on orders over £49.99
EU delivered within 3-4 working days - £7.50
US delivered within 3-5 working days - $5.00 or free on orders over $35
Canada delivered within 5-7 working days - C$7.50
Australia delivered within 5-7 working days - A$7.50
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