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
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!
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.
Food & Cooking PowerPoint Presentation Activity Director Hi Glenda Thank you for your kind words Retired what an awesome variety i feel my fee is well spent! Senior Coordinator I love this website. This is my second year with Golden Careers and it is amazing the variety of activities you have. My seniors love them. Thanks Zeba Taj Seniors Coordinator Talita Thank you so very much for your feedback Zeba!
to be a staple in many houses in times gone by. Popcorn Garlic bread Related: Cooking Activities for the Ederly Pumpkin Scones Recipe Pankcake Treat Wonderful Cooking Aromas The act of baking, specifically bread or loaves which require kneading, provides an excellent source of sensory stimulation
, Pound Cake, Bread & Butter pudding, Lamingtons, Peach Cobbler, and others. Related: Cooking Activities Make a quiz game out of foods that are salty, sweet, sour and bitter. Ask questions: Favourite salty/sweet, bitter, sour food. Food I think is overrated Food I would like to try Food I will never try
our past cooking experiences etc... Activities Coordinator At our High Tea today I brought along a traditional wooden Japanese Toy and explained it. Then the discussion led to our first toys. It became a little controversial when one lady talked about her golliwog. But that's ok too. recreational
or something typical to their country and offer it to them. If you have multi-cultural residents, you may engage the relatives in this activity by asking them to participate in a group cooking session with a popular national dish from their country. Related: Cooking Activities 10. Get active with upper
Cooking With Elders in Assisted-living Facilities 'No-Cook' Cooking Ideas! All you need to start a therapeutic cooking program at your facility is a little enthusiasm, creative spirit, and patience! In this article we cover: Cooking Utensils and Appliances Tips for No-Cook Activities How