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Residents in a group or individually can work on memory books over a period of time. They can be bound, accordion folding or hole punched and lashed together with ribbon or string. They can contain photos, stories, lists of favorite things, the name of your first boy/girl friend, how many husbands/wives did you have, what was your favorite Christmas gift, what did you do that you never told your mom etc. In a group there can be great bonding and a lively discussion while the answers are filled in and privately you can learn so much more about the people that you are serving in your employment capacity... that you can deliver better service to them. The families often appreciate the results finding things they never knew out about their loved ones. They often will provide photos etc. for the project. Any resident can choose an individual decoration they like for the cover.

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Residents in a group or individually can work on memory books over a period of time. They can be bound, accordion folding or hole punched and lashed together with ribbon or string. They can contain photos, stories, lists of favorite things, the name of your first boy/girl friend, how many husbands/wives did you have, what was your favorite Christmas gift, what did you do that you never told your mom etc. In a group there can be great bonding and a lively discussion while the answers are filled in and privately you can learn so much more about the people that you are serving in your employment capacity... that you can deliver better service to them. The families often appreciate the results finding things they never knew out about their loved ones. They often will provide photos etc. for the project. Any resident can choose an individual decoration they like for the cover.

 

 

No real responce here, other than your title of this post cracked me up (the misspelled memory word... cracked me up....) thanks for than- I am sure it was unintended- but yet it made me smile.

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