A MOMENT IN TIME®

A homebased activity program equipping caregivers to engage in fun and meaningful ideas with their clients.

What, Why and How?

Let's Learn, Laugh, Play and Pray!TM

An online activity program to assist our caregivers to engage seniors as well as people with cognitive disabilities in fun and meaningful ideas to promote their cognitive fitness and their emotional, spiritual, social, and physical wellbeing.

Simply have fun!

Why Do It?

Stimulating activities can enhance the client’s life by enlivening their spirits and bringing them joy while at the same time lessen possible anxiety and agitation. Our activities aim to:

Process

How Does It Work?

Choose Activity Calendars and select the
current month for weekly activities.
You can also browse MIND, BODY AND SOUL to supplement
the weekly activities as well as EVEN MORE ACTIVITIES to
find 21 more fun and meaningful ideas.

Some activities are one-time-only, others are seasonal,
but most can be done over and over again.

Get a FREE Activity of the month

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Choose Activity

Activity Calendars

Weekly themed activity ideas celebrate the well-known and more obscure holidays and observations in each month along with a few various topics.

September

October

November

December

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Mind, Body And Soul

We strongly encourage you to supplement with activities for the Mind, Body and Soul each week.

Choose Activity

Even More Activities!

We strongly encourage you to supplement with activities for the Mind, Body and Soul each week.

for the caregiver

Helpful Hints

for the caregiver

Remember Your ABC's

Always factor interests, cognitive skills, and physical capabilities
Caregivers may know their clients best. This includes what they like
and dislike; what they can and cannot do cognitively offering the
appropriate amount of assistance and knowing their physical
capabilities whether on an outing or choosing the right
exercise video.

Be in the moment – encourage to fully use five senses
Caregivers should encourage their clients to fully experience the
program by slowing down to take in, absorb, appreciate, savor and
revel in each activity using their five senses of sight, smell, hearing,
taste and touch.

Consider dietary restrictions
Refer to the nutrition section on your client’s Service Plan to see if
they have any dietary restrictions like no salt, no sugar, no fat, etc.
Eliminate or modify recipes accordingly.

for the caregiver

Earn your Halo!

Any angel, aka a caregiver, that suggests an activity or an idea/tip
to further enhance, extend, and/or add to an existing activity, has
an opportunity to earn their halo and receive a gift card.

 

Please contact the office to share your ideas for consideration.
You can simply use Caregiver Feedback on the website or call
the office. Thank you for partnering with us bringing A Moment in Time® to your client.

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Frequently Asked Questions

We are sure you have lots of questions about the program.
Feel free to give us a call. We are happy to speak with you!

Yes, each activity can be tailored to meet each client’s interests, cognitive skills, and physical abilities. Each caregiver should take the lead from encouraging their client to participate, identifying their interests, and trying new things. While the ideas are quick, simple, and doable, not all of the activities will work for each client. Some folks love arts and crafts, others not so much. But we like to think there is something for everyone!
Skim the activities including links on the Activity Calendar and explore together what intrigues you. Caregivers may know their clients better than anyone. They will know how to make this happen and how to modify to meet their client’s abilities.
Find your client’s sweet spot – not too easy but at the same time, not too difficult. Don’t look at outcomes, achievements or how well something is done. The goal is for the client to be engaged and have more enjoyment in life. Please consider each client’s dietary restrictions for suggested recipes.

Say for instance, this week is RED. Both the client and
caregiver should follow the color theme throughout the week
in as many ways as possible. Wear something RED. Draw
something RED. Make a meal that includes something RED.
Look for items in the house that are RED. Take a walk and
look for something RED – RED flowers, RED cars, etc.

Each monthly activity packet will include the crafts you need
for the month. We do ask that all families provide their own
crayons, colored pencils, paints, glue, three-hole puncher, and
construction paper. Any food items for the recipes will be
highlighted in purple for your individual purchase.

Caregivers will deem outings appropriate for their clients
based on their client’s mobility and weather permitting.
Caregivers will prudently choose activities that are ideally
free or at a minimal cost. Should there be a cost associated
with an outing, clients are responsible for the cost of the
caregiver’s participation.

You can access the program on our company website. Ideally,
use the client’s desktop computer or iPad for a bigger screen
and better viewing. When not available, we ask caregivers to
use their cell phones only if they are comfortable doing so
and have unlimited data. You may need to request your
client’s Wi-Fi password for Internet access.

A Moment in Time Gallery

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A Moment In Time®

Let’s Learn, Laugh, Play and Pray!TM

Free Download

A Survey Of Symptons And Behaviors Of Dementia

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Free Download

A Survey Of Symptoms And Behaviors Of Dementia

Until you have experienced dementia first-hand, you really don’t know how this disease will affect you, your loved one and family members.

Free Activity

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Get access to our monthly calendars
and our 24 online activities

Privacy Policy

We take our customer’s privacy seriously and we will only collect, record, hold, store, disclose, transfer and use your personal information as outlined below. Data protection is a matter of trust and your privacy is important to us. We shall there fore only use your name and other information,

We take our customer’s privacy seriously and we will only collect, record, hold, store, disclose, transfer and use your personal information as outlined below. Data protection is a matter of trust and your privacy is important to us. We shall there fore only use your name and other information,

We take our customer’s privacy seriously and we will only collect, record, hold, store, disclose, transfer and use your personal information as outlined below. Data protection is a matter of trust and your privacy is important to us. We shall therefore only use your name and other information,

 

We take our customer’s privacy seriously and we will only collect, record, hold, store, disclose, transfer and use your personal information as outlined below. Data protection is a matter of trust and your privacy is important to us. We shall there fore only use your name and other information,

We take our customer’s privacy seriously and we will only collect, record, hold, store, disclose, transfer and use your personal information as outlined below. Data protection is a matter of trust and your privacy is important to us. We shall there fore only use your name and other information,

We take our customer’s privacy seriously and we will only collect, record, hold, store, disclose, transfer and use your personal information as outlined below. Data protection is a matter of trust and your privacy is important to us. We shall therefore only use your name and other information,