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Activities Coordinator From England, United Kingdom

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Michelle 17th May 2016 Activities Coordinator

Cue Cards for Dementia Care

We are also looking at using these card for patients who have had strokes and MS and that is only the spectrum we have so far. We are going to speak to our colleagues in young adult services to see if any of their communication cards could be adapted to meet our needs and vice a versa
Michelle 12th Apr 2016 Activities Coordinator

12 Ways to Appreciate Volunteers

Here in the UK this year our week has been extended to incorporate the Queens 90th birthday. So our Volunteers "week" is 1st to the 12th June ending with our big Street party celebrating her majesties big day. I know our home will be decked in red white and blue that weekend I can assure you!
Michelle 5th Apr 2016 Activities Coordinator

Sun-catcher Hearts

Love this! Not mothers day in the UK but we all need love every day of the year!
Michelle 19th Mar 2016 Activities Coordinator


I have a new lady who has just come in with Schizophrenia and I am trying that with her now, getting her to sit still for longer than thirty seconds though is our challenge at the moment. We are hoping this is just her settling in nerves, I will be working with her closely to help her settle her into our home
Michelle 19th Mar 2016 Activities Coordinator


I believe here in the UK it is four to one but that is rarely met I must admit in our home especially if an entertainer is in. I am lucky that I have a few relatives that come in regularly that can lend a helping hand on craft and baking days otherwise I would need four pairs of hands let alone two!