Due to the quarantine caused by the Covid-19 virus, I have taken the steps to set up a webinar service for my company Lifelong Cognition. By joining my webinar, your residents can still receive lifelong learning, and some activity that they deserve. It's quite easy to access, and all you have to do is connect your computer output to your smart TV, or projector input. If you have IT staff, they will know how to connect. Before my scheduled lecture, I will send you an email with the link for you to connect, it will be on YouTube which all of you can access; It's that easy. My webinar will include all of the same multi-media I use as if I were live; including PowerPoint, and video. Let me know if you are interested, and we can schedule a date, and a testing of your system. I will provide you with as many lectures as you need, during these stressful times. All for free. Please feel free to call or email me with any questions.
Lectures are a great way to exercise the brain and learn something new!
Our mission is to encourage intellectual and cultural enrichment for seniors, by providing a stimulating college level lecture, workshop, and seminar environment through a resident driven program. Residents, and directors can choose the topics they are interested in, or we can suggest a topic for them. Go to our lecture page and see our lectures. Check in often...we are constantly adding topics.
Nostalgic music, and film holds magic. A great song, or scene from an old movie can conjure up memories or transport you back to the good old days. Music and film enhance moods, improve interest levels and increase positive emotions. Those with dementia and Alzheimer’s have been known to increase communication with others after listening, or seeing nostalgia. It can quickly trigger a memory from when they were younger.
Travel can have a dramatic impact on people’s views and perceptions. It can also facilitate curiosity and break down cultural barriers. As we age, mobility issues or the loss of a travel partner can sometimes interfere with our love of travel. But today, technological advances have made “armchair travel” an option for rediscovering the world without leaving the comforts of home.