7 Ways To Spice Up Your Newsletter

7 Ways To Spice Up Your Newsletter

User Profile By Haley Burress   United States

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Your community newsletter is a key part of communication between your department, the residents, family members, and staff. While you may have a system for getting it complete and distributed monthly, you may also notice that the content is a bit of the “same old, same old”. Here are fun things to add that could spice up your next edition.

Your community newsletter is a key part of communication between your department, the residents, family members, and staff. While you may have a system for getting it complete and distributed monthly, you may also notice that the content is a bit of the “same old, same old”. Here are fun things to add that could spice up your next edition.



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Mary 11th Feb 2020 Trainer,Assessor Aged, Community,Disability
Love your newsletter tips and I would like to add some time ago residents and I organised a current affairs group where we discussed issues specific to the cohort. These ranged from seating required around their place of residence in the community to encourage walking and rest without sitting on fences to laws, regulations, tax and rights. These could be intercepted into newsletters to support knowledge of the aged sector and what the specific government representative actually does. They could even introduce a Dear Minister column. I know how empowering the residents felt. Kind regards Mary from NIET.
Susan 11th Feb 2020 Activity Director
Thank you for your thoughts Mary
Haley 1st Feb 2020 Recreation Therapist And Writer
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