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Meaningful Activities

Finding meaning and connection in small moments can go a long way toward making the journey through memory loss a little less painful.

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Beatles Day is June 25! If you're looking for a meaningful activity to do with someone who has dementia, try listening and singing along to Beatles tunes such as "Here Comes the Sun", "Hard Days' Night", and other classics. Engage your loved one in conversation about their memories of The Beatles and what life was like in the 1960's. Pro Tip:  Music has the ability to illicit memories and lift mood like nothing else, and is a great tool to distract and redirect.



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Father's Day is June 16! If you're looking for a meaningful activity to do with a person who has memory loss, take a trip down memory lane with family pictures and words of wisdom from the dads and grandads in your family. Pro Tip: Engage younger generations so that one day they will also have memories of those special loved ones.



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June 14 is Flag Day! If you're looking for a meaningful activity to do with a person who has dementia, then read up on the history of Flag Day and test your flag trivia. Pro Tip: Celebrate the day with red, white, and blue treats like fruit & yogurt parfait to pay homage to Ol' Glory.



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