Audience: Nurses, social workers, nurse aides, home health aides, and adult care or foster home staff, and family caregivers
Summary: This tape centres around footage of caregivers and persons with Azheimer's disease taking part in a variety of recreational activities. It also uses narration and dramatization to clarify the benefits of recreation, how to select successful activities and how to introduce activities effectively
"Everybody deserves a fair chance to play and grow. But not all kids get the chance. For low-income families, food, clothing and shelter come first. For some, recreation may seem like an unreachable luxury; for others it may seem like a frivolous expense....[the toolkit] was developed as part of the CPRA national initiative to enhance the lives of Canadian children in low-income families through increased access to recreation."