Blindsided. Help for 15 Million Boomers.

Order your pre-production free copy of the book now...
for a very limited time! 
In addition to the pending dementia epidemic, it is estimated that 15 million baby boomers will become visually impaired over the next several years. To answer that need and help the millions of unpaid family caregivers throughout the United States, R.O.S. Therapy Systems is pleased to introduce the next book in their Activities 101 for the Family Caregiver book series:

Activities 101 for the Family Caregiver - Visually and Cognitively Impaired

Based on the R.O.S. Activities 101 training program and blended with information from the Industries of the Blind and the Olmsted Center for Sight, the book is a basic, "How To" guide for non-medical caregivers. Topics include:
  • Activities and Their Benefits 
  • Preparation for Activities - Organization, Lighting and Glare 
  • Information Gathering and Assessment 
  • Communicating and Motivating for Success 
  • Engaging Someone with Difficult Behaviors
  • Planning and Executing Activities
  • Visual Impairment Tips for Activities Such as Crafts, Writing and Eating
  • When Should You Do Activities 
  • Basic Activity Lesson Plan
For a VERY limited time, R.O.S. is accepting pre-production orders for a free copy of the book through its website All customers pre-ordering a free copy of the book simply need to pay for postage and packaging. All books begin shipping late June 2014.

Benefits of activities for seniors and their caregivers include:
  • Minimize Behavioral Changes
  • Improved Sleep Habits
  • Decrease Depression and Anxiety
  • Improved Self Esteem
  • Increased mental and social stimulation
  • Improved quality of life for senior and their caregiver
About R.O.S. Therapy Systems

Built from a backyard project to help one man enjoy life during his 25 year battle with Parkinson’s Disease and dementia, R.O.S. Therapy Systems has grown into a company providing unique activity products and training to families, home care agencies, adult days and some of the largest long term care companies in the world. Headquartered in Greensboro, North Carolina, we accomplish our mission of improving quality of life through entertainment and activities for those suffering from Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, Stroke, Developmental Disabilities, LBD and a host of other by continually working with professionals from across the care spectrum to develop new products and services so everyone can have some joy in their lives.

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