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#1 Miguel

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Posted 14 October 2004 - 06:37 PM

Hey All,
I have an easy participation log and room visit log, if anyone is interested feel free to e mail me at msarasa@thevillagehemt.com and I would not mind e mailing you a copy.

Both allow you to have 3 months on one page. and I created it myself
-Miguel
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#2 breannclrk

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Posted 23 October 2004 - 04:06 PM

Hi there! I keep trying to email you but it keeps getting kicked back saying user uknown. Anyhow, I hope you get this posting. I would really like a copy of your participation & room visit log forms. My new administrator wants me to implement participation tracking as of Nov. 1st and I have yet to find a form that I like.
I would greatly appreciate it!
Thanks a bunch,
BreAnn :lol:

#3 lllucas

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Posted 26 October 2004 - 09:02 AM

Hi, Miguel! :-D

I tried but could not send to the e-mail address you posted. I, too, would like a copy of your Participation log and your Room Visit log.

Thanks for all of your hard work in Acitivities.

Sincerely,

Linda Lucas, AD ;-)

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Posted 28 October 2004 - 10:56 PM

Hi Miguel,
If you will give me the URL of where you have the form(s) I can add it to the download area, free and ava. to everyone.
Anyone else that has forms that they wish to share you can post them in the downloads area or send me the URl and I wil put it up. Pennie

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Posted 07 January 2005 - 03:57 PM

Hello I am Joyce, and I am new to the world of charting activity participation. Does anyone have a form that they use on a regular basis that they would be willing to share. I am currently taking over a program that has been doing everything handwritten, and I need something that I can use on my computer.

Thanks !!!

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Posted 07 January 2005 - 06:31 PM

Welcome to the site!

Sorry, I have only found what corporate approves of, and that's handwritten. Definetly not ideal! I haven't heard of anything computerized.

It sure would be nice to have something on the computer! HOpe you find what you are looking for!

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Posted 07 January 2005 - 06:32 PM

Thanks for the reply.. I have been going nuts trying to find anything I have started writing one of my own, but would love to find something to get some ideas off of!!!

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Posted 08 January 2005 - 03:47 AM

Hi
I have always used the monthly act. calendar for my part. records. (For they last 100 years ha-ha) I make a copy of the calendar for each res. On the cal. I put a res. name & their CP Goal. Every act. that the res. attends is hi-lighted. The hi-light is a system that I use to track the res. attendance & part. or lack of. Before you make a copy of the calendar for each res. put your hi-light codes on it. Ex: Yellow- Active, Green - Passive, Blue - Sick, OOP, Not OOB etc. & Orange - Reused
This means yellow res came & was active in group act. Green came but olny watched, Blue was gone to doctor, not out of bed etc. Orange (s/he might be CP'ed to attend certain act) res refused to come. This system is great because you can look at it in a glance & see if there is a change in the res. act. attendance. It also is very useful in doing your charting as well as using in defense when family or whoever says that they never get asked to act. It has saved our butts may times.
I use Printmaster to do my newsletters & calendars. So I am able to take my monthly calendar make a place for res. name & goal. Add the hi-light code & print it. From this I xerox a calendar for every res. in the facility & place in a binder.
Since my Ass't keep track of who attends what act. & are responsible for certain res on certain floors it was to hard to do using a computer. This system makes it easy for all involved. Check out the download area I think you will find a sample of this in there. P

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Posted 19 January 2005 - 07:28 PM

I may have some stuff that will help. Can you give me a little background so I can see if I have something for you?
1. State that your facility is in(different states have different regs)
2. Is your facility JACHO certified
3. Type of facility
4. Number of clients

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Posted 19 January 2005 - 08:43 PM

Briggs has an excellent Activity Attendance Sheet

Clickie for Sensory Stimulation Attendance Documentation


Clickie for Monthly Participation record


Here is Briggs' Home Page...

Clickie Clickie

You can also call at 1-877-307-1744 and they will fax you free samples of any forms you want to get a better look at. Hope it helps! :-D


Stacey
P.S. The AD before me used to do the hi-liter coding thing and got tagged from the state surveyors.


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Posted 20 January 2005 - 01:09 AM

Hello I am Joyce, and I am new to the world of charting activity participation. Does anyone have a form that they use on a regular basis that they would be willing to share. I am currently taking over a program that has been doing everything handwritten, and I need something that I can use on my computer.

Thanks !!!

Hi, Here is the download for the Activity Participation Calendar, They are in Print Master Format. There are 2 Calendars.. One is the monthly Calendar, the other is the same monthly calendar but with a participation header.

http://activitydirec...php?cid=2&lid=9

have fun! Pennie :-)

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Posted 20 January 2005 - 07:09 AM

Hi-I've been an Activity Director for a year now, and I have a form that I LOVE--the former AD showed it to me, and it's wonderful because you don't have to change it every month!!
First, I'll mention that I put a copy of each care plan next to each residents chart--for my assistants so we're all on the same page for goals. This I update quarterly, when reviews are due. (Don't let volunteers see the care plans--confidential. They need to make a list of attendees and give it to you--this is the only downside.) Then, I have an Activity Code list, that is in the front of the binder. B=bingo, CR=Crafts, V=Visitor, etc. (I also keep a copy on the bulletin board in front of us when we're charting.) Then for participation I have P=Passive O=observe, A=Active.
Okay, back to the form!
It's a grid--Across the top are the 31 days of the month--
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10...
Down are each month--
January
February
March...
Now, give about 1/4 to 1/2 inch between months, so you have room to chart, draw the boxes, of course, and chart your activities with the initials for the activities. I'm not afraid to write in little notes once in a while, or use a full word if you're trying a new activity.
NOW, the best part is that you see their progression through the year. They may have started out doing 5-7 activities per week. At the end of the year, they may be at 3-5 and require more assistance. This aids with programming--what level they are at.
You are required to keep the previous year's charting for a year--we just put it in a folder in a locked or secret area.
Good luck! :-D

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Posted 20 January 2005 - 08:53 AM

I have a similar form that I made, but we also include a number for length of participation & a letter signifiying their level of participation:
A = 0 - 20 min.
B = 21 - 30 min
C = 31 - 40 min
D = 45+ minutes

1 = disruptive
2 = passive participation (or observation)
3 = partial participation
4 = active participation

(ex: C4 would mean the resident was actively participating in the activity for 31- 40 minutes)
This method tells me more about the resident - especially for care planning & goal written. I like to know more than that the resident was just at the activity. Most residents don't have "disruptive" marked often, but for behavior traking & re-imbursement, we do use it occassionally.
Stacie

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Posted 26 January 2005 - 02:16 AM

Hi everyone,

I set up a monthly charting form on Microsoft Excel. Each resident has their own form on the computer so all I have to do is click on their name and mark their attendance for the day. Since it doesn't require our initials we can generate it on the computer and then we just print out the sheet at the end of the month and file one in their charts and I keep a copy in my own log book. If you would like I can send you an attachment of the form. Just send me the email address you would like it to go to. I can also walk you through how I do it.

Jersey

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Posted 26 February 2005 - 11:40 AM

Hi everyone,

I set up a monthly charting form on Microsoft Excel. Each resident has their own form on the computer so all I have to do is click on their name and mark their attendance for the day. Since it doesn't require our initials we can generate it on the computer and then we just print out the sheet at the end of the month and file one in their charts and I keep a copy in my own log book. If you would like I can send you an attachment of the form. Just send me the email address you would like it to go to. I can also walk you through how I do it.

Jersey

Greetings Jerseygirl,

I've been appointed the "Lead Activity Worker" position for 6 months now and is picking up the pace to redo a few things around the organization in my program. I could certainly use the charting methods you've mentioned. Could you kindly email me the charting form you've mentioned? I can be contacted at wendy_lee@caslservice.org.

Thanks a million!

Regards
Wendy