Caz 2nd Sep 2014
Love this weekly programme, anyone have any more samples?? want to make sure I am covering all angles, ideally would like to cover a fortnight with different types of activities...

talita 11th Feb 2013
Hi Kate,

I have added a pdf version of the file, please try again now.

This editable document is a Microsoft Word 98 file. You should be able to open if you have Microsoft Publisher 98 (or a more recent version) installed on your computer.

Kate 11th Feb 2013
i've worked in various facilities and i've noticed that most residents in the hostel area and Dementia Specific enjoy helping with domestic activities from making beds, washing and drying dishes, baking - mixing ingredients, hanging and folding washing, folding napkins, help setting up activities etc. They feel needed and a have a sense of self worth.kate
Wendy 16th Sep 2010
I have observed day care residents in Dementia Care respite cottage who are no longer verbal, singing and also following the printed words and thoroughly enjoying themselves. Music WORKS. Wendy N
MARYANN 8th Sep 2010
hi can someone please send me a copy of their weekley program would luv a few- for ideas its for 6-7 day program for HOSTEL RES.thanks MARYANN
Kellie-Anne 17th Jun 2010
great program !!
Solange 24th May 2010
Hi marina, Congratulations on your dedication! Learning the Ukelele
to enliven things up! Well done
Marina 23rd May 2010
I am in level 3 Dementia, I agree singalong is
a great activity, for the ones that dont sing they
play musical instruments, shakers, bells etc. I've even learned how to play the ukelele, and that certainly livens things up. Marina