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I was wondering if anyone has come up with a way to play the game "Minute To Win It" in a Long Term Care Setting? A family member mentioned to me that she had seen it played in another LTC and it was a blast; but she did not have all the details. I have not seen this show myself, so I know nothing about the game.

 

If anyone has come up with a way to play the game in LTC, I would love to hear all the details because like all of you, we are always looking for new ideas! Thank you in advance!

 

Ella :huh:

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I was wondering if anyone has come up with a way to play the game "Minute To Win It" in a Long Term Care Setting? A family member mentioned to me that she had seen it played in another LTC and it was a blast; but she did not have all the details. I have not seen this show myself, so I know nothing about the game.

 

If anyone has come up with a way to play the game in LTC, I would love to hear all the details because like all of you, we are always looking for new ideas! Thank you in advance!

 

Ella :huh:

 

 

Sounds like a great idea but I'm not sure I can think of any games that our residents can participate in, I thought maybe have staff compete to entertain the residents.

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