reminiscence


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Synonyms for reminiscence

an act or instance of remembering

the power of retaining and recalling past experience

a narrative of experiences undergone by the writer

Synonyms for reminiscence

a mental impression retained and recalled from the past

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the process of remembering (especially the process of recovering information by mental effort)

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The authors, who are occupational therapists in the UK, provide 52 multi-sensory reminiscence group session plans (one for each week of the year) for older adults who may or may not have dementia, but may have some cognitive impairment.
Facilitating Spiritual Reminiscence for People with Dementia: A Learning Guide offers caregivers and families keys to stimulating spiritual reminiscence in older people, and covers a spiritual and communication approach designed to engage those with dementia in a more meaningful way.
The service will make reminiscence boxes available to people with dementia in Arrowe Park Hospital, and for use by local community groups and care homes via their local public library.
I decided not to inflict any guidelines for our contributors as I did not want every reminiscence to follow the same pattern.
A NEW reminiscence project is under way at Llandudno Hospital to trial memory boxes containing objects from the collections of Conwy Museum and Archive Services and Llandudno Museum.
Finding Meaning in the Experience of Dementia: The Place of Spiritual Reminiscence Work
Total quantity or scope: Lot 1 Reminiscence and Technological therapies.
A string of reminiscence sessions are being held to mark the winding down of an extensive regeneration of the area which has been largely fuelled by the Deighton and Brackenhall Initiaive or DBI as it is more commonly known.
Gill Watson, project development officer for Sporting Chance, spotted the pieces in the store and thought they would be ideal talking points at her reminiscence events.
A reminiscence bump is a period of time between the ages of 15 and 30 when many memories, positive and negative, expected and unexpected, are recalled.
Thanks to Escape Community Arts, a themed community reminiscence picnic will be held in the town, where the recordings will be played, the art displayed and people can gather to talk about the town and share in this project.
com)-- Larsen Digital, Preserving Your Memories, is helping raise awareness of Reminiscence Therapy, which is a form of therapy for people suffering from Alzheimer's.
Prof Carol Krumhansl said: "Music transmitted from generation to generation shapes autobiographical memories, preferences and emotional responses - a phenomenon called cascading reminiscence bumps.
The project will also ensure sufferers with mobility issues can get involved through a special reminiscence group.