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  • Featured App: YouTube

Featured App: YouTube

Watching meaningful and engaging videos

Evidence suggests that reminiscing can improve mood and enhance relationships with people that have dementia. Reminiscence Therapy is a popular method for facilitating conversations; it involves using tangible prompts to aid discussion of past activities, events, and experiences.

From funny cats to worship services, there are a wide variety of videos that can be used to facilitate engagement and help people feel connected to cherished pastimes.

Watching Videos on YouTube

People from all over the world are sharing videos to the world wide web. In fact, over 300 hours of video are added to YouTube every minute!  

There are a wide variety of video topics that can be used to help a person feel more connected to past experiences. They include:

  • Theater and live music performances
  • Prayers and meditations
  • Classic TV shows and movie clips 
  • Funny clips of pets and babies
  • Vintage hobbies and interests
  • Nature and travel  

The multi-sensory nature of videos can help facilitate reminiscing. Seeing and hearing clips that are connected to past experiences can be extremely impactful, and lead to enjoyable conversation.

YouTube boasts the world’s largest collection of videos; there are hundreds of millions of videos that span endless cultures, time periods, and topics. In addition to supporting reminiscing and socializing, YouTube videos can also be relaxing. Certain content - such as nature videos, hymns, and other calming music - can help people feel at peace.

Featured App: YouTube

Watching meaningful and engaging videos

Evidence suggests that reminiscing can improve mood and enhance relationships with people that have dementia. Reminiscence Therapy is a popular method for facilitating conversations; it involves using tangible prompts to aid discussion of past activities, events, and experiences.

From funny cats to worship services, there are a wide variety of videos that can be used to facilitate engagement and help people feel connected to cherished pastimes.

Watching Videos on YouTube

People from all over the world are sharing videos to the world wide web. In fact, over 300 hours of video are added to YouTube every minute!  

There are a wide variety of video topics that can be used to help a person feel more connected to past experiences. They include:

  • Theater and live music performances
  • Prayers and meditations
  • Classic TV shows and movie clips 
  • Funny clips of pets and babies
  • Vintage hobbies and interests
  • Nature and travel  

The multi-sensory nature of videos can help facilitate reminiscing. Seeing and hearing clips that are connected to past experiences can be extremely impactful, and lead to enjoyable conversation.

YouTube boasts the world’s largest collection of videos; there are hundreds of millions of videos that span endless cultures, time periods, and topics. In addition to supporting reminiscing and socializing, YouTube videos can also be relaxing. Certain content - such as nature videos, hymns, and other calming music - can help people feel at peace.

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  • Featured App: YouTube