She’d left her father a “to-do” list that included tasks around the house. He was home, by himself, for a good deal of time during the day. When his caregiver was there, Max had the help around the house that he needed. When she left, though, Max was also left to his own devices. Max’sContinue reading “Why people living with dementia never initiate tasks”
(via https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9fEYscYW0HY) Let’s try something instead of assuming that activities and engagement “just won’t happen” with someone who has dementia
A visitor to my Facebook page recently wrote in and asked me a question about this. She was told by her Executive Director to please put a list together of inexpensive activity and programming ideas that they could implement immediately. 1. Plastic box of dollar store, baby socks/child socks. Residents can fold and organize theContinue reading “10 products under $10 for people with dementia”
These are a few of my favorite things…for dementia caregivers! Block & Pattern Boards Coloring Books Finishing Lyrics Big-Piece Puzzles Lace & Trace Kits Source: dementia-by-day.com
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