Easy Group Cooking Ideas for Dementia Care Cooking groups improve motor skills and are great for socializing and even reminiscing! There is a common misconception that Cooking Group Activities are for higher functioning residents. However, there are so many steps in the cooking prep process
Cooking Activities for Puréed and Mechanical Soft Diets Swallowing disorders can occur at any age but are more common among the elderly, particularly those living with dementia or affected by strokes. In this article we cover: Differences between Puréed and Mechanical Soft Diets Foods to Avoid
ideas sound greatYou could also have some kind of a party featuring mocktails You could also have a cooking activity featuring items to drink such as https://www.goldencarers.com/8-hot-and-cold-drinks-to-share-in-good-company/4925/ Susan Activity Director Hi Katie Your ideas sound greatYou could also
Cooking for Italian Day - Cannoli Dip Life Enrichment Director This is perfect for my limited functionality folks. Talita Thanks so much for your feedback Laura! Activities Director I am going to try this activity. I have been looking for easy cooking activities. Thank you for sharing Barbara, this looks so simple and delicious!
Diversional Therapist/Lifestyle Manager How do we get past/work with STRICT food handeling procedures and still provide a food cooking activity to our resisdents because they never get to taste the food cooked other than demonstrations does anyone hav a policy in place we work in the private sector very tight rules
‹ BACK Cooking Cooking Activity Ideas for Seniors & the Elderly The conversation and reminiscing generated by cooking activities draws on deep memories. It is also a social activity that will facilitate friendships. Crock Pot Crew We have a crock pot crew. We gather a group in the morning
: Peanut Butter Cookies and Anzac Biscuits Cooking is one activity that engages all five senses. There are plenty of simple ways to immerse residents in a cooking activity: measuring, adding, stirring, mixing etc. is Make it safe and enjoyable for everyone. Sensory Cooking Alzheimer's & Dementia
), Meatballs From Around the World (Cajun, Swedish, Tuscan, Greek, Spanish). You may request residents' relatives to bring a sample. Keep safe. Susan Activity Director Hi Diane Golden Carers has many cooking ideas https://www.goldencarers.com/search/?search_tag=Activity&search=Cooking%20Activities I agree
Pie Maker Cooking Ideas Activity Director Hi Ronel and Madonna Thank you so much for sharing Diversional Therapist Our MENS MOB loves our Pie nights! The kitchen freezes left over stew and the Men get to choose the variety they want... add a beer and sauce- success every time.
Hi Jean, Here is an activity that you may find helpful: https://www.goldencarers.com/activities/Cooking/hydrating-drinks/