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Diversional Therapist From Wellington, New Zealand

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Meagan 23rd Nov 2020 Diversional Therapist

Card Concentration Game

Oh thank you for this!!! Will try and report back. Cheers!
Meagan 10th Oct 2018 Diversional Therapist

Halloween Bingo

Thank you for this!!
Meagan 6th Aug 2018 Diversional Therapist

The Magic Table: An Interactive Game

Following from New Zealand.
Meagan 28th Feb 2018 Diversional Therapist

Snoezelen Rooms and Sensory Environments for Dementia Care

We have a closed dementia unit. In our sensory room I put fairy lights right along the top of the wall, using small 3g command hooks to string them along. Fairy Lights are coloured silver/white. Along the bottom of the wall I put in strobe lights, that can fade in and out different colours slowly. They come with a sticky backing, you can buy them at varying lengths, and cut them down to size. Also using fake type church candles that change different colours slowly. It is a very effective way to use colours but in a gentle way. We also have an atomizer in which I use Lavender essential oil, which lasts for 12 hours on low setting. Soft music. Soft furnishings. The items are not too pricey, I purchased the atomiser on special from Uncle Bills for $15, the lights all up was under $40 from Bunnings.
Sometimes we will have Pamper time in the sensory room also and families love to sit in the Sensory Room with their loved one.