Easter is a significant and joyous holiday for Christians. Seniors who are more sedentary or people with dementia will enjoy this gift that taps into their memories, music, and faith.
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Spring is a time of new beginnings for animals, plants, and more. The changes and themes of this season offer many opportunities to engage people with Alzheimer's.
Learn from MindStart and Leeza Gibbons in this Conversations in Caregiving about adapting activities for Alzheimer's.
What a glorious day as we move from winter to spring. How can you enjoy a spring "moment" with the person with Alzheimer's today?
People with Alzheimer's can have fun on Saint Patrick's Day, even if they are not Irish.
What Would an Ideal World Look Like for People with Dementia?
The right communication is so critical when working with people with dementia. Thinking of the errors that happen in the telephone game can help to improve your approach.
Kids making visits to seniors with dementia can be intimidating and scary. But with the right preparation and some activities to bring along, such as games, books, or puzzles, the visit can be very successful.
MindStart owner and occupational therapist, Monica Heltemes, shares why she decided to design activities for adults with dementia.