Springfield, MO: Creative Arts Therapy using the IN2L system

On a beautiful morning last week, our Memory Support Household had the privilege of engaging in creative arts using our It’s Never Too Late mobile technology program. We started with a short sing-a-long, added in some physical movement, and then encouraged the residents to try creating some of their own sounds using the drum and piano machines. They were naturals! One resident, Norma, played piano for her church and throughout her life. It put a huge smile on her face to be able to select notes and hear it play back to her through the speakers. We are grateful for this wonderful tool which connects the residents to a better quality of life through technology.

Quality Life:  We will create a living environment that radiates love, peace, spiritual contentment, dignity and safety, while encouraging personal independence.

Submitted By:

Andrea Arvig, Life Enrichment Assistant

The Manor at Elfindale, Springfield MO