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Making Memories: Activities for Older Adults to Preserve Your Personal and Family Legacy


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  • Website: Institute on Aging
  • Resource type: Blog

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Compiling memories with older adults with dementia can be both a fun activity and a way to establish a legacy. Look for photos, gather recipes, and get ready to have meaningful conversations. Not only will this activity be enjoyable for you both, it will also be meaningful to future generations. Read this resource to learn more.


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memories, creative, mental health

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Rated on: 7/22/2020 1:56:26 PM

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