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A weeks worth of activities at Deseret Health and Rehab

 


At Deseret Health and Rehab, residents enjoyed many activities throughout the week. The Activity Department offers a wide variety of activities each week to meet the residents’ interests, as well as the physical, mental and psychological well-being of each resident.

Games throughout the week provided fun and laughter. On Sunday and Monday afternoons, four residents played Dominoes with Frank Jereb and Dora Martin winning.

On Wednesday afternoon, nine residents played Bingo, and on Friday afternoon, eight residents played Bingo. Truth Karstoft and Frank Jereb won Four Corners. Dora Martin and Charlotte Gibbons won Blackouts. Our Bingo helpers were Lila Worden, Betty Dean, Gloria Rakness, and five kids from Big Brothers/Big Sisters, who were accompanied by Julieann Lampke and Ed Kennaday. The kids were Callie Swain, Slayd Daley, Joseph Bates, Emily Gonzales, and Heath Cushing. On Saturday afternoon, residents played Blackjack.

Residents watched the commercial-free Turner Classic Movie channel evenings during the week. On Sunday morning, residents watched the VCR movie, “She Wore a Yellow Ribbon”. On Tuesday afternoon, residents watched a VCR Movie, “Final Destination”.

On Sunday afternoon, Sharon Hughes of the Abundant Life Fellowship led church for residents. Doris Davis assisted with religious music on the keyboard. Residents were happy to have Doris back after her trip to Wisconsin.

On Monday and Thursday mornings, residents listened to Brenda Zeiger read from C. J. Box’s “Open Season” in Reading Fun. On Friday morning, residents listened to stories from True West magazine.

On Monday for Lunch Out at the Saratoga Senior Center, three residents had beef tacos.

On Tuesday morning, Reverend Helen Young offered Bible Study to residents.

On Wednesday morning, Janice Kerpan gave beautiful hairdos to five ladies in Hair Care, and Brenda Zeiger did nails for seven residents.

On Thursday afternoon, five residents painted plastic objects in Arts and Crafts.

On Friday at supper, Teense Willford sang and played country western music on his guitar for residents.

On Saturday morning, residents did Sittercise, a DVD offering chair exercises.

We want to thank Nancy Facciani for the very kind financial donation to our resident Christmas present fund.

The Activity program relies on volunteers to enhance residents’ lives. If interested, please call 326-8212 and ask for the Activity Director, Tom Mansfield.

 

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