Poster Therapy for Memory Care


What is

Poster Therapy?

Families know that reminiscing with photos can encourage conversation, brain activity, and an overall feeling of well-being for loved ones who may be experiencing memory problems.

Viewing photos in an enlarged poster format with descriptive captions can help visitors and caregivers more easily engage loved ones in conversation.

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Suggested Uses

4 Photos + Cameo

16 in. x 20 in.

An especially good choice for people dealing with dementia. A university study has emphasized the appeal of several small posters.

7 Photos + Cameo

22 in. x 28 in.

Beneficial for people with dementia who are residing in long-term care,  for persons living in a room with limited space, or for people who have experienced a traumatic head injury. 

12 Photos + Cameo

24 in. x 36 in.

Anyone separated from familiar surroundings will appreciate reminders of special people, places, or events from their lives.

20 Photos + Cameo

27 in. x 40 in.

For people living away from home who have enough wall space to accommodate the larger poster.

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What People Say!

Dr. Elva Michal, PhD.

 "A wonderful way to encourage conversation during family visits.  The posters support better retrieval of family memories for the elderly and for anyone suffering from memory loss.  The posters are great for a younger generation to learn about their ancestry.  A win-win!" 

Donald Ross

"Thank you so very much for the wonderful ‘Memories’ poster. Thelma has it hanging in our family room in a prominent spot and speaks about how she loves it very often. In the midst of her devastating dementia this wonderful piece brings her joy in remembering each significant event. Thanks again from both Thelma and me."

Georgiann Martin

"This poster gave my children and friends a wonderful and complete glimpse into my life with photos from my birth to the present. All loved the poster that showcased the special happenings in my life. It is a wonderful keepsake of very special memories that are too precious to be lost."

Gloria Meuller

"My husband (83) helped me to compile some of his favorite photographs for his personal poster, and I want you to know how much he enjoys showing his poster to neighbors and friends who come to our home. Smiles are few and far between, but this poster always brings a smile and a bit of conversation. Thank you."

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