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Helping each other through Lockdown

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Weve heard from several asking the exact same question. Most are working from a hall way, resident in doorways, masks, hallway bingo, beachball on a string. Some are having a hard time being heard thru a mask.

Let us know what you are hearing and share it with us

 

thanks Pennie

 

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NCCAP had a great video showing how to broadcast live through your facility's digital channel.  They showed how you can use the ZOOM app and a laptop to broadcast live.  Any ideas of what could be done with that.  I was thinking exercise, spiritual programs, music.  Any other ideas?

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Hello, my facility is on lockdown as well and we are only allowed to do group activities outdoors while keeping the residents 3 feet apart. Any suggestions besides Bingo?

They are also not allowed to share activity items.

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Movie News ..   New Release Movies will change to "Video On Demand Programming" to help with Social Distancing.

 

Universal - The Hunt, Ema and The Invisible Man  Goto "On Demand" on Friday.  Check your cable or satellite for days and prices.

Trolls World Tour , still pending for working moms with kids home...

 

https://news.google.com/articles/CAIiEB1HnokAxrRfqYh8Sct994IqFggEKg0IACoGCAowoPUEMKAjMP6Y1gU?hl=en-US&gl=US&ceid=US%3Aen

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Thanks for the link! We do not have the ability to stream on the TV or have a channel, nor do we have any smart devices, tablets to do activities! I am worried the state will ask about what we are doing regarding technology.... we are of course calling family members with their own phone but not skype, etc. 

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I saw a great post on Facebook (Activity Directors Desk). They had their residents hold up a white board with messages to family and friends. 

Some of the messages were: "I'm doing well; call me sometime; Love, Mom." " I miss you; I love you, Mom. " "I hope to see you soon! Love, Grandma."

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