Because of its simplicity, finger painting is most likely better suited for residents with diminished cognitive ability. However, a finger painting station can be used with any resident, especially during quarantine when many residents are looking for new fun activities to lighten up their day.
Printer paper and finger paint can be had affordably. Finger paint is specially designed to not be harmful when applied to the skin, and is easily washable. It would also be a good idea to invest in a universal apron so that residents don't mistakenly get paint on their clothes.
Look below for inspiration as to what residents could create!
Check out the original idea here.