Why meaningful activities are important in daily care home life
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Why meaningful activities are important in daily care home life

Jennifer Trueland Health journalist

Meaningful activity for older people living in care homes is vital, but what does such care look like and how can nurses ensure an individual lives the best life possible?

Older people living in care homes should be able to expect that ‘meaningful activity’ will form part of their daily lives – but what does this look like, and how can nurses ensure this applies in practice for all residents?

Nursing Older People. 34, 6, 7-9. doi: 10.7748/nop.34.6.7.s4

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