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04/02/2020

Activity Resources for Residents

Activity Resources for Residents to Combat Isolation

Non-tech Resources

THANK YOU Rachelle Blough for the resources below. Rachelle created these realizing that many facilities are now not able to do group activities and felt these would help those residents that are independent with an activity they could do on their own. Rachelle is a Certified Recreational Therapist, a Certified Dementia Practitioner and a Certified Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia Care Trainer for the National Council of Certified Dementia Practitioners.

THANK YOU Episcopal Retirements Services for sharing your Bingo game.  Two bingo games staff distributed to residents. 


Virtual Activities 

WELLNESS CONTROL:

SPIRO100

Spiro100 offers web-based, state-of-the art wellness programming absolutely FREE – for 30 to 60 days, no obligation, no credit card needed. In-room and group activity solutions. Email contactus@spiro100.com or call 262-622-2873.


The Front Porch Center for Innovation and Wellbeing (FPCIW) developed Staying Home, Staying Connected, a resource guide to help engage and connect our older adults through technology.  THANK YOU!

The resource guide provides suggestions on applying some technology solutions to promote growth, connectivity, and social connections during a time of uncertainty, stress, and isolation in the midst of the COVID-19 epidemic and its impact on a vulnerable population. 

Download the Resource Guide for Senior Living Providers

Download the Resource Guide for Older Adults


Maple Knoll Village Tik Tok Videos

Social distancing celebrated at Maple Knoll Village below or click https://vm.tiktok.com/G2xXPY/ and join thousands of others following the Maple Knoll VillageTikTok account!


A special THANK YOU to our Diamond partner, Link-age, for putting together these lists of "virtual experiences" that could be shared with residents, employees, family, friends, customers, etc., to help with the isolation many are feeling in these uncertain times.

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