Sunday, April 15, 2012

Activities That You Can Do With A Person With Dementia To Increase Their Well Being


Activities are one of the most powerful things you can do with a person with dementia to increase their well being. Research shows that dementia friendly activities increase powerful feelings, helps access buried memories, and reduce challenging behavior. 

The following are ten simple therapeutic activities that can help people with dementia enjoy a better life.

1) Listening to and singing favorite songs
2) Watching short videos
3) Going for a walk 
4) Looking at magazines or picture books
5) Reminiscing over family albums
6) Enjoy an aromatherapy massage
7) Keeping the hands busy
8) Visiting with pets
9) Getting a manicure
10) Enjoying a meal or snack together 

To see how these activities can be beneficial to people in your life, who are dealing with the symptoms of  dementia or alzheimer's,  please refer to the following link http://www.thiscaringhome.org/spec_concerns/agitated-activities.php for more specific details. 

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