Restore Skills Program Connects Nursing Home Residents

Since the start of Covid-19, restrictions have “cut out communal dining, team exercise and group therapy” at The Heights Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center in Broadview Heights, Ohio. However, the center is trying out a new program, Restore Skills, in order to connect nursing home residents in a new way: virtually.

The home has started using Restore Skills, a “computer based motivational therapy platform with a multiplayer function” which now “allows patients the ability to play skill-building games with one another.” Restore Skills “recently added the video conferencing tool to the platform with senior citizens in mind.” Now, residents can interact with one another using technology and a variety of games, while also working on their cognitive skills.

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