Dip Tasting Sensory Activity
, These articles may have some ideas you can use: https://www.goldencarers.com/15-activities-for-late-stage-alzheimers-disease/4640/ https://www.goldencarers.com/15-sensory-activities-for-late-stage-alzheimers/3968/ https://www.goldencarers.com/20-practical-activities-for-people-living-with-alzheimers-disease/3778/ Some of these sensory activities may be suitable too: ...
Diversional Therapist Hi Amy, here are some sensory activities ideas for you to try: hot and cold drinks to share, Touch & Feel different fabric textures, sensory ‘toys’ – age and stage appropriate. You may also find some sensory activities on the link below. Good luck with the re-doing. Best wishes. https://www.goldencarers.com/search/?searchterm=sensory+games
10 Ways to Use Sensory Boxes & Multisensory Spaces This is one of many free activities. Golden Carers has 1000s of activities and resources for senior care. Everyone experiences the world through the senses: sight, smell, taste, touch, and hearing. These senses diminish with age, impacting
Pudding Football Life Enrichment Coordinator Totally doing this! Sounds like a GREAT sensory activity!! Thanks!
Activities Coordinator Thank you so much Guys, fantastic ideas, i find it hard with a resident that has no eye sight though. Any ideas?.... Talita Hi Raola, here's one article that may have some ideas you can use: https://www.goldencarers.com/20-activities-for-the-visually-impaired/4205/ Many of the sensory activities are suitable too: https://www.goldencarers.com/sensory/
Recreational Activity Officer Hi there Can anyone give me a good example of sensory documentation for a care recipient? Thanks in advance Nancy Solange Diversional Therapist Hi Nancy, I didn’t quite get your question. Do you want an example on how to write a Progress Note regarding a sensory
diversional therapist Just need some ideas for visually impared clients. My visually impared clients attend with other clients who have no vision problems and it is sometimes hard to have them playing the same game. I can think of large cards so they can play with others. Sensory activities. Could I have some more ideas please.
? do a leisure profile for your clients even if brief will guide you in a choice of person centred activities Good recreation activities are cards, board games, newspapers and magazines. Try some outside activities enjoying the garden etc, encourage help with the meal and suggestions on what to cook. However if your clients are very frail or have dementia you might need to plan some sensory activities and activities related to their level of ...
. Lifestyle Consultant Awww thank you Talita! I hope you enjoy it with your residents!!! Appreciate your comment Such a lovely sensory activity Annemarie, thank you for sharing!