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Memory Box free pdf A multi-use resource, "The Memory Box" contains a guidebook and 120 discussion cards to facilitate general reminiscence, produce memory diaries, put together guided autobiographies, or to help facilitate life reviews. Divided into twelve themes, the cards cover: family background- childhood and school days- adult life and children- working life- events- achievements- places- people- good times and bad times- favourite things- love and romance- and bits and pieces. The cards can be used with individuals or groups using spoken, recorded or written responses, and are adaptable for use with most clients and groups. This title includes guidance on working with groups with learning difficulties, sensory or speech difficulties, dementia or bereavement, depression and illness. Ideal for use by tutors, care workers, nurses and occupational therapists working in hospitals, day centres, residential homes or education settings facilitating the process of reminiscence.

About Robin Dynes

Robin Dynes is the Social Inclusion Officer for Adult Learning in his local authority. He has managed a mental health day centre, worked in a number of psychiatric hospitals and is a trained counsellor. He is the author of several books including The Reminiscence Puzzle Book, Creative Games in Groupwork, Memory Games for Groups, The Non-Competitive Activity Book, Creative Writing in Groupwork, Anxiety Management, Positive Interaction Skills and The Group Leader's Toolkit, all from Speechmark.

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Author : Robin Dynes
Publisher : Speechmark Publishing Ltd
Data Published : 16 May 2006
ISBN : 086388556X
EAN : 9780863885563
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 120 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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