Activity Planning

The below items have "Activity Planning" as a subject.

Titlesort descending Format Publication Year Call Number Abstract
A Better Life for the Chronically Ill Book 2001 LT1.H50

This book discusses how to bring joy and meaning into the lives of those who are chronically ill.

Caregiver series: Creative activities for caregivers Book n.d. FM4.G31
Caregiver series: planning to enjoy the holidays Book n.d. FM4.G20
Eldertrivia, Volume 2 Game n.d. AG4.E30

This book can be used as a tool to entertain and stimulate memory. Consists of lists of questions and answers.

Keeping busy: a handbook of activities for persons with dementia Book 1995 OT1.D30

Provides practical ideas for therapeutic activities using-- humor, art, gardening, pets word games, etc.

Leader's guide: how to start a group reminiscing activity (Draft) Book 1992 CO4.T20

Provides directions for facilitating 4 reminiscing activities which help participants to learn how to listen and enjo

Meaningful work: a guide to helping residents find meaningful activity [vol. XVI] Videocassette 2000 NU5.E30

Provides examples of different ways for long-term care employees to find meaning in their work by helping residents t

More than movement for fit to frail older adults: creative activities for the body, mind, and spirit Book 1995 PT1.F20

Provides many creative ideas for therapeutic movement activities appropriate for older adults in various group settin

Recreation Activities for the Elderly Book 1988 AG1.F30

This book contains many recreational activities that are appropriate for homebound or institutionalized elders.

Simple and useful activities in adult care homes: a basic manual Book 1995 FM1.V30

A manual designed to help caregivers understand the importance of activities, know what is available in the community

The arts/fitness quality of life activities program: creative ideas for working with older adults in group settings Book 1994 PT1.C30

Discusses fitness, drama, art, and dance, and includes detailed and specific monthly activities in all of these areas

The positive interactions program of activities for people with Alzheimer's disease Book 1998 CO4.N20

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