Our Team Member, Lori Yauch, specializes in using reminiscence to enhance communication and socialization in older adults and in using classic movies to teach socialization skills to children, adolescents, and young adults.
Check out these products and presentations to learn more:
Movies and Music: A Guide to Turning the Classic Movie Musical into an Interactive Event.
By Lori K. Yauch. A self-contained guide to walk you through how to use 12 classic movie musicals to stimulate conversation, interaction and engagement across the generations.
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ABOUT…A Family and Caregiver Guidebook to Creating Living and Lasting Memories.
By Lori K. Yauch. Create a personalized, professional looking memory book filled with photos, facts, and personal history of your loved one. Create personal photo histories of family members at any age. Use photos to create unique video greetings.
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Monthly Newsletter from MeaningfulMemoryMaker.com.
By Lori K. Yauch. A Monthly Newsletter filled with up-to-date information, products, and news you can use to stimulate engagement and social well-being in aging loved ones.
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How to Find Connection Through Reminiscence
Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio
Lori K. Yauch discusses how to use reminiscence to engage those with Alzheimer’s/other dementias at all stages of ability in order to foster meaningful interactions. Learn how her products can facilitate those connections.
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Meaningful Memory Maker: Reminiscence, Communication and Social Engagement. Navigating the World with Your Aging Loved One
May 2020 willGather podcast 2020.
Lori K. Yauch discusses how to use individually created person centered materials and products to promote communication and engagement in aging individuals
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Let’s Get Engaged: Using Multi-media in Reminiscence Therapy
May 2016 Florida Speech and Hearing Association (FLASHA) Convention 2016
Interactive presentation instructing participants in how to use multi-media to enhance communication in people with memory impairments.
by Lori K. Yauch.