Care recipient (cr) has trouble writing and reading letters after significant vision loss

Try: #insert a blank cassette into the recorder press the record button if a digital recorder is used simply begin speaking #encourage the cr to speak into the recorder clearly saying to a friend or family member the kind of things normally included in a letter or phone call #when the cr is finished speaking press stop #remove the cassette and place it in a padded mailing envelope or box #address the envelope and mail #the cr would probably love to get audio greetings back from adult children grandchildren or other relatives make sure parties on both ends have recorders #for brief greetings or messages buy special cards that allow short messages to be recorded on them they are available at specialty gift shops and card stores

Materials: Tape recorder digital or cassette cassette tapes if necessary padded mailing envelopes or small shipping boxes greeting cards that allow messages to be recorded

Categories: Communicating, Emotional Psychological, Leisure, Socialization, Mobility, Mobile, Needs Some Assistance, Needs Much Assistance, Immobile, Independence, No Supervision, Some Supervision, Maximum Supervision, Vision, Poor Vision, Hearing, Good Hearing, Verbal Communication, Good Verbal Comm, So-So Verbal Comm, Cognitive Awareness, Fully Aware

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*This information is listed as a Tip and is not explicitly medically licensed

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