8 Ways to Provide Armchair Travel Experiences

8 Ways to Provide Armchair Travel Experiences

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While your residents may not be able to explore different parts of the world in person, you can give them the next best thing - a full travel experience without leaving the activity room!

Travelling to new places and experiencing new cultures can build empathy and offer new learning opportunities.

While your residents may not be able to explore different parts of the world in person, you can give them the next best thing - a full travel experience without leaving the activity room!

In this article we cover:

  • The Benefits of Travel Experiences
  • Technology-Free Travel Experiences
  • 8 Ways to Use Technology to Travel


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Pamela 30th May 2019 Activity Coordinator For Older People
I did a project with the day visitors. They all wrote on a footprint template a place they had visited in the world. I put up a huge map of the world and added their footprints appropriately. They were then asked who they went with ,what they did , where they stayed what they ate , wore .etc. With lots of prompting . It was a very interesting topic and everyone learnt from each other.
Haley 29th May 2019 Recreation Therapist And Writer
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