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DVD movies for purchase on this site are created for use mainly as reminiscence therapy, utilising photo therapy and music therapy for people with Alzheimer's and other dementias. However, they can best be used as the basis for different activities (check out the Rave Reviews).

Apart from the title and the credits being in English, all the DVDs (except Australia's Coast from the Air DVD) have a movie presentation of photos and soundtrack, with no captions and no commentary. Ideal for non English speakers.

All the DVDs are produced in the PAL format. CLICK HERE to see whether your country uses PAL.

If your country uses a different format, DVDs can be viewed on a multi region DVD player, a portable DVD player or a laptop (with a DVD drive) which can then be linked to a TV screen via a cable.

All DVDs come in a floppy plastic sleeve so there are minimal postage costs. 

To view more details about and buy the DVDs click on the photos below.

A day at the Show $25.00
A day at the Zoo $25.00
Australia's Coast from the Air $25.00
Awesome Aviation $25.00
Beautiful Blooms $25.00
Float Planes of Alaska $25.00
Getting Around $25.00
Maritime Mix $25.00
Marvellous Machinery $25.00
More Amazing Animals $25.00
Outback Adventure $25.00
Spain's Pilgrim Trail $25.00
Tasmania's Overland Track $25.00
Wonderful Wheels $25.00

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