Natasha Wells hopes ‘memory care kits’ will provide comfort
They may look like plain old black tote bags with books and games inside, but librarian Natasha Wells hopes people with memory loss and their caregivers discover something special in the zippered pockets and pouches.
She hopes they find comfort.
” The purpose really is … to lend them some support and make their days a little bit brighter,” she said.
The new resource is called a “memory care kit,” and there are now nine different ones on loan at the Corner Brook Public Library. Each kit contains games, resource materials, a DVD and a picture book to help spark memories