Helping Residents to Stay Engaged During COVID-19

Helping Residents to Stay Engaged During COVID-19

Helping Residents to Stay Engaged During COVID-19

Here are a few ways we found to assist in keeping residents engaged and entertained during quarantine:

AARP Senior Games On-Line - You don't have to be a member to play!

LiftUpLou - The Louisville Zoo's answer to keeping you in touch with the animal kingdom while keeping socially distant. Click on the links below to explore different areas of the LiftUpLou site including:

Virtually Visit the Art Institute of Chicago - Explore the collection, browse their video catalog, take virtual audio tours, check out interactive features about certain pieces, and get creative with art making activities and creative writing prompts.

Dance for EveryBODY - The Louisville Ballet's modified movement video program that can be done seated while staying healthy at home. Keep the mind and body active while performing the movements along with tunes like Shake, Rattle and Roll, Singing in the Rain, Good Times, and Boogie, Woogie Bugle Boy.

Kentucky Performing Arts At Home - Watch videos from a variety of local and regional musicians.

Live with Carnagie Hall - Watch and listen to musical performances, storytelling and conversations with a variety of artists.

Playbill Musicals: Stream made-for-television musicals from the comfort of home. Depending on selection, subscription may be required, however, many are available free via Vudu (Gypsy, Bye Bye Birdie, Annie, and The Music Man).

Alzheimer's Foundation of America Video Streaming: Watch “virtual” therapeutic programs, including music, art, dance, yoga and exercise.

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