Our caregivers have worked on recreation and crafting that serve as brain training in various ways every day. This time, we introduce some excellent craft made with the clients.
In the right photo, Ms. M likes ikebana, so Ms. M and a caregiver folded the iris flower with origami together. After completion, Ms. M chose her favorite vase and decorated it happily. She wanted to fold origami even without a caregiver, so a caregiver prepared the instruction showing how to fold origami step by step with the written procedure.
They are all beautiful works! The work of assembling, cutting, and connecting things while thinking uses the brain and fingertips simultaneously. Therefore, it is ideal for activating the brain, strengthening creativity, concentration, and expressiveness, enhancing skillfulness, increasing conversation in the production process, and obtaining a sense of accomplishment when completed. At Nikoniko Home Care, we would like to continue doing a lot of such traditional activities to spend quality time together with our valued clients.