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My focus with activities has always been with adaptation so that residents are able to participate in their leisure interests. Linked Senior does that very well. The variety of topics helps to include all residents at some point. Linked Senior also greatly reduces the amount of time needed to program, leaving activity staff more time to engage. And since it is a self-contained program, it can be used by anyone from independent residents, to family & resident, to non- activity staff & volunteers. We have actually begun training select nursing assistants on the memory care unit to use the tablet.Linda Bailey CTRSActivity ManagerCollington Continuing Care Retirement CommunityMitchellville, MD
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>Sometimes people forget that retirement communities are normal social spaces where interactions happen all the time. There are exchanges between residents, with caregivers, the families and the outside world.The social landscape of a community has the same characteristics of any … Continue reading
>Steve Gurney’s speech at Vinson Hall on Thursday March 19th 2009 was very compelling and serves as a great platform for discussion for change on how we perceive the role of retirement communities in our society. After planning his move … Continue reading
>Peter Oakley (born 20 August 1927) is a pensioner from Leicester, England. He is better known by his pseudonym geriatric1927 on the popular video sharing website YouTube.Making his YouTube debut in August, 2006 with a series of five-to-ten minute autobiographical … Continue reading