have coordination in their hands, legs or speech. In that case, what group activities would you recommend? I really appreciate any advice that I can get!! Susan Activity Director I think sensory stimulation would be a good idea here are some links in golden Carers https://www.goldencarers.com/sensory
as it is sensory. Josephine Hi All, we have put up high those automatic air fresheners around the place, this works very well indeed. Obviously in good weather it is opening up windows - bring in flowers that we use for floral arranging activity. Sensory activity - we mix some lavender oil in sorbolene
‹ BACK One-on-One One-on-One Activity Ideas for Seniors & the Elderly One-on-one visits allow caregivers to respond to the needs of those who avoid social settings. There are many fun & stimulating activities to enjoy. 2 Rainbow Sensory 1:1 for Memory Care Print out the Rainbow Sensory Dots
diversional therapist Recently held a sensory herbs and spices activity based around winter cooking conversations Patients at our Rehab Hospital loved it. I picked from my garden, parsley, corriander, mint, chives, thyme, rosemary, oragano. Then bought cinnamon stick, cardomon pods, star anise
to make for a great activities programme? And also how to make sure I can involve everyone (or as many as possible) from mild to the more advanced residents. A lot of who can't get around at all without the help of a carer. Is there a way I can make sensory work without being to repetitive or boring
A.I.N. Hi i have just started to work in the leisure and lifestyle sector. Can anyone help me as i need to come up with sensory programs with our dementia clients. Thank you Tess. Talita Hi Theresa, have you tried the sensory category on this website: https://www.goldencarers.com/sensory/ You may find some helpful activities and programs there.
day centre coordinator Hi, I am interested in putting in a sensory activity that involves blocks of scents that are heat in a warmer. The company is "Scentsy" and you can buy the warmer and scents what are non toxic, and the wax is cool to the touch. Can any one tell me if they are able to use
Rainbow Sensory 1:1 for Memory Care Activities coordinator CHT Acacia Park The Rainbow Sensory is an amazing tool particularly for residents with Alzheimer's Disease. I laminated the dots page and re-use it as much as I wanted. Most residents were so keen and enjoyed the activity. Great for one on one memory and visual task. Thank you for this idea. Talita This is so good to hear Gwen!
For the party you will need the help of the food service department Let us know how it goes Eniko Activity Pumpkin picking Pumpkin painting Pumpkin carving Hats and wigs day Harvest Working with things from the nature forexample leaves painting Auyumn picknick Sensory activities, taste differrnt
are kitchen gadgets, office supplies like roll of tape, hole punch, pen, pencil, stapler etc. Another thing he enjoys is trivia. Good luck! Susan Activity Director Thank you for that information Diane Here are some other ideas https://www.goldencarers.com/forum-search/?searchterm=Sensory+activities