The Daily Sparkle Resource Pack

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The Daily Sparkle Resource Pack

39.00
  • A glossy 16 page monthly magazine.

  • A variety of session plans created by activity professionals.

  • A treasure trove of downloadable resources, quizzes and activities.

  • A music CD used in conjunction with the Daily or Weekly Sparkles.

  • Please note this is for one month of Resource Packs. Please call 0800 228 9698 to start a subscription.

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Key ways to use the Monthly Resource Pack

1  A stand-alone, stimulating 16 page magazine for residents to read independently, at their leisure, or together with you.

2  A source of immediate, ready to use ideas and prepared activity session plans. These can be used with your residents as part of your long term planning and day to day care.

3  To provide occupational opportunities for both individual residents and in group sessions.

4  To support you in planning and delivering a wide range of stimulating and meaningful activities.

5  To develop from scratch a full and engaging activities programme or to expand and complement an existing programme with fresh ideas.

6  A ready-to-use resource for all care staff to access.

Basically it’s everything ready to go!

 

 

The Sparkles Resource Pack will help you

“Thank you once again for this powerful tool. This allows us breathing space from planning all our activities from scratch. From the activity resource cards to
the music quiz CD every part of this resource pack is useful and helpful but most of all relevant.”
  • plan and organise your workload, minimising the need to spend time developing and researching new ideas

  • deliver creative and meaningful activity programmes

  • increase your job satisfaction and continually improve your confidence

  • become familiar with a range of different activities

  • offer greater levels of person-centred care by making a wider range of activities available

  • meet home manager’s objectives and national standards of care

  • develops stronger social relationships between staff and residents

  • promote a ‘whole home’ approach that motivates and involves other staff

More information can be found here