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Diversional Therapist From Queensland, Australia

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Lisa 1st Dec 2015 Diversional Therapist

Left & Right Game - Christmas

I have done that game before and with the right clients it is so much fun and a huge giggle!
Lisa 3rd Jul 2015 Diversional Therapist

Redefining Roles: 10 Principles of Person-Centered Care

Does anyone have information on the importance of knowing your resident. I have to do some training for my staff
Lisa 13th Jan 2015 Diversional Therapist


Our tick sheet is just a list of the residents and their room numbers then at the bottom of the page, we have the date and about 4 -5 spaces to write the activities and the time of activity. then with a high ligher pen each activity is given a colour and those attending the activity is highlighted in that colour. By the end of each day you have a clear view of who attend what by the colours. Works a wonder for us. 1:1s can be shown by a dot or a x so it distinguishes them from group activities.
Lisa 13th Jan 2015 Diversional Therapist


I would depending on capabilities give them small chores such as napkin folding and maybe setting the tables, it may promote independence. Also small jobs in the reception areas such as stamping envelopes etc could help, maybe try to relate t