This easy to edit activity calendar is pre-filled with upcoming events and celebration ideas for nursing homes and assisted living facilities. A perfect resourc

Free Activity Calendar for Seniors

This easy to edit activity calendar is pre-filled with upcoming events and celebration ideas for nursing homes and assisted living facilities. A perfect resourc

A fantastic idea for seniors during National Assisted Living Week or anytime...a Pizza Pie Party and Naming Contest!

A fantastic idea for seniors during National Assisted Living Week or anytime...a Pizza Pie Party and Naming Contest!

22 Awesome Activities for Nursing Homes: Activities in Nursing and Assisted Living Overview

22 Awesome Activities for Nursing Homes

Paddle Balloon Game    Great for playing games at nursing home, assisted living facility, or with grandma and grandpa..ok, could also play with kids.

Paddle Balloon Game Great for playing games at nursing home, assisted living facility, or with grandma and grandpa..ok, could also play with kids.

Do you have Game?  We are constantly trying out new games.  Sometimes they are big hits and other times they bomb.  Here's my attempt to giv...

Do you have Game? We are constantly trying out new games. Sometimes they are big hits and other times they bomb. Here's my attempt to giv...

This fun and simple game is great for seniors including people living with dementia. Includes well known sayings, idioms and proverbs that they will remember fr

Finish the Sayings and Proverbs Game

This fun and simple game is great for seniors including people living with dementia. Includes well known sayings, idioms and proverbs that they will remember fr

It is not uncommon for seniors living in assisted-living facilities to lack mental stimulation and social contact.  Recreation Therapists often use one-on-one visits to respond to the needs of those who avoid social settings. There are many enjoyable games and activities that can keep minds and bodies strong and active.

Tips for One-on-One Visits with Seniors

It is not uncommon for seniors living in assisted-living facilities to lack mental stimulation and social contact. Recreation Therapists often use one-on-one visits to respond to the needs of those who avoid social settings. There are many enjoyable games and activities that can keep minds and bodies strong and active.

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