Being at a job that you dislike can be devastating and decrease an employee’s motivation. A happy employee is a good employee, so it is in a company’s best interest to do everything in their power to keep them engaged and intrigued.
This article originally appeared in McKnight’s Senior Living January 2, 2019 ‘Ugly’ Sweaters, Beautiful Holiday Memory care residents at Poet’s Walk Sarasota got into the holiday spirit when they created their own “ugly sweaters” Dec. 20. Using long-sleeved shirts instead of sweaters because of the warmer Florida temperatures, residents used
The decline in memory or other thinking skills can be treated with art therapy. This therapeutic program can encompass many activities such as: drawing, painting or making collages, which can offer opportunities for seniors to engage with other people about their interests.
Memory care resident kicked off their Christmas Eve celebration by performing holiday music on the piano for her friends and fellow residents at Poet’s Walk Round Rock. When she was finished, they held a dance party to the music of Elvis, doo-wop, big band sounds while enjoying refreshments including Christmas
The holiday season is suppose to be festive and full of joy, however, it can be depressing for seniors who’ve lost loved ones or are having health or financial problems. Older adults may be overwhelmed by the ongoing holiday demands such as: parties, shopping, cooking, cleaning or even entertaining.
https://www.fauquier.com/calendar/poet-s-walk-warrenton-family-christmas-party/event_1e926de6-0524-11e9-a3fc-2b89b646eb1e.html December 21, 2018 Memory Care seniors and their family will remember their favorite Christmases at the Poet’s Walk Warrenton Family Christmas Party. Many of the Poet’s Walk residents retain their long-term memory while having trouble with short term, allowing for a wonderful Christmas themed Sharing Circle. They’ll be visited
On Wednesday, Dec. 19 2018, the Heritage High School Choir visited the memory care seniors at Poet’s Walk Leesburg to help get everyone in the Christmas spirit. The Choir, made up of about 20 kids, sang Christmas Carols for all to enjoy and join in. About Poet’s Walk Leesburg: Poet’s
Preschoolers and memory care seniors created their own Charlie Brown’s Christmas Tree while watching Charlie Brown’s Christmas. The kids from The Primrose School strung popcorn and use small ornaments, garland and more to decorate the one-foot tall tree. After decorating, they took pictures with Santa Claus and enjoyed Christmas cookies, milk