Saturday, September 27, 2014

Chicken Soup for the Soul, meaningful films to share

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Activities Directors, other healthcare professionals and caregivers, fearured here is a meaningful activity that is easy, yet produces wondrous results

Whether your loved one or client has dementia, some other disorder, or you just want to provide something meaningful for him to watch, I recommend this inspirational Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Gift of Love, video. It featuires two uplifting short films.

The first is, “Mrs. Wetherby’s Treasure,” It is about two sweet and innocent 9-year-old girls who befriend themselves to an elderly neighbor. They discover a truly wondrous and unexpected friendship .

The second short film is entitled “Dear Grandmother,” It features a series of unexpected events in the life of a New York fashion coordinator named Celia Davis. In a short period of time, Celia loses her estranged mother and is appointed guardian of her 12-year-old half sister Merry, who is quite a handful. They go on a lengthy cross-country journey together. They start out as strangers but by the time the journey is over, they form a joyous, deep-seated bond.

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