Dear Readers of Caregivers Activity Source Blog,
The holiday season is upon us and I have been busy working on a Christmas e-booklet about Reminiscing. I love reminiscing especially with my folks who are now 84 and 96 years old. Christmas is especially a fun time to look back. I have also worked in long-term care for many years and Reminiscing has always been one of my favorite activities. I hope that you, your family member, or someone you may work with will enjoy Remembering Christmas if you decide to purchase this booklet.
Merry Christmas and Happy Reminiscing!
an e-booklet available in PDF format for printing
What’s inside Remembering Christmas?
49 reminiscing questions with space for answers to create a Remembering Christmas Journal
6 Christmas games to inspire reminiscing
a list of 25 activities and ways to reminisce during the season
plus 4 more creative activities
The stories I’ve heard from reminiscing about Christmas:
“I remember having to wait until 3:00 in the afternoon on Christmas day, after all of the Uncles arrived, to open gifts.”
“One Christmas, we returned home from morning mass, only to find our little dog had knocked over the Christmas tree.”
“I remember my momma ringing bells every year for the Salvation Army.”
“We didn’t have much, but all nine of us kids received one gift.”
“We used candles for lights on our tree, and we decorated the tree with popcorn and cranberries that we strung together. That’s all we had.”
“We made paper chains to decorate our tree.”
“We never did have stockings when I was young. Only when I was older did I make stockings to hang for the kids.”
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