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Cynthia 8th Dec 2020 CTRS


I try and prepare for the hour of restlessness ahead of time, so at 3:00 I do provide a music program and then maybe go right into a breathing and relaxation, or aroma therapy at 4, it may prevent the issue. Then I try to have some self-directed things(jobs) for her available to staff when I leave-(at this time of year, Christmas cards, yarn rolling, and sorting jobs) so she feels she is being productive here and does not want to leave. Also make sure the lights are on in whatever room she is in prior, during and after, as the darkness tends to bring on restlessness.