Reading Material for People with Dementia

  • New Reading Roundtable® Series! The milkman, rotary phones, house calls...  How many things that once were part of our lives are no longer? This amusing story will be sure to create lively discussion. Reading Roundtable® Activity Booklets are designed for engagement and reminiscence.
  • Do you know someone who ever dreamed of being an actress or a princess? Grace Kelly was both! Glamour, romance, tragedy… this story has it all.
  • What does our 16th president have in common with Thomas Edison and Alexander Graham Bell? They all received U.S. patents for their inventions. You’ll enjoy reading and discussing this lesser-known story about Abraham Lincoln.
  • Did you know that basketball was first called “duck on a rock?” Learn all about this sport’s humble beginnings in this fascinating story of its inventor, John Naismith.
  • Whether it’s enjoyed as a salad, side dish, dessert or drink, JELL-O® is ever popular. You’ll find this brief history of this culinary classic as fascinating as it is colorful.
  • It started as an idea that came up during a dinner party in France. This story of the Statue of Liberty is loaded with interesting and amazing facts for your group to ponder and discuss.
  • New Reading Roundtable® Series! This story is about America's favorite playground for grownups. From blackjack tables to all-you-can-eat buffets, your group will enjoy sharing adventures (and misadventures) from Vegas. Reading Roundtable® Activity Booklets are designed for engagement and reminiscence.
  • MGM's chief, Louis B. Mayer, once called Mickey Rooney "a goldmine." Your group will enjoy learning more about this beloved actor.
  • Painter, inventor, musician, engineer, scientist, philosopher... Find out surprising facts about the quintessential Renaissance man.
  • New Reading Roundtable® Series! This brief account of the well-known Bible story is both thought-provoking and engaging. Your group will enjoy reading and discussing this story's timeless messages. Reading Roundtable® Activity Booklets are designed for engagement and reminiscence.
  • Did you know that the original recipe for chocolate chip cookies was discovered by mistake? Reading about and discussing these classic treats is almost as much fun as eating them.
  • Did you know that the inventor of the frozen pizza patented her dough and turned down a buyout offer of $16 million? America's favorite food is also a favorite topic of discussion!