Past Times Chronicle Booklet

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The Past times Chronicle is designed for use by individuals with Alzheimer’s, dementia or cognitive impairments.  It is designed to provide nursing homes and care facilities with iconic news stories from the 50’s, 60’s, 70’s and 80’s. The single page per story allows users to view larger than normal print and the addition of a photograph relevant to the event maintains the illusion of a real newspaper.

They are available in 3 different formats.  The A4 Booklet containing 15 Historic News Articles

The booklet pages are ideal for use in reminiscence sessions. There are 15 individual stories contained in the booklet:

1950’s – Churchill resigns office, Queen Elizabeth coronation, 4 minute mile.

1960’s – Chimp in space, Kennedy / Nixon debate, Mandela jailed, First Heart Transplant.

1970’s – Elvis dead, Apollo 15 moon landing, Charles Manson, Sid Vicious

1980’s – Iran embassy siege, Thatcher not for turning, Charles & Diana wedding, BBC breakfast television.

Technical Specifications: 

Size: Unframed Single Historic Article Poster (size 600 millimeters x 400 millimeters), Framed Single Historic Article Posters (size 600 millimeters x 400 millimeters).

Color:  Black, white and red.


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