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Attention all activities directors in the Massachusetts area Boston area My name is Katherine Sally I am looking for a part time activities assistant In the nursing home 5 to 6 hours per week i have 20 years expierence in the activities assistant field I have experience working with the dementia residents in the memory care I bring the residents to the dining room I lead the residents with the activities example exercise bingo trivia I do the coffee social and refreshments and the snack social with the residents I clean and I pick up after the residents and I throw the trash away in the barrel I do one to one room visits with the residents I get the dining room ready for bingo and I bring the residents to bingo and I run the bingo games with the residents from different floors to the dining room for bingo and I run bingo with the residents in the dining room and after bingo is over I bring residents back to their floors and i go to the dining room and I put the bingo cards and the bingo chips away in the bingo bins and I put the bingo stuff on the cart and I put it away in the activities closet and sometimes i put the bingo stuff in the cabinet I do sing along trivia games and bowling with the residents in the dining room and when it is a nice day out I bring the residents outside the patio with the other activities staff outdoor games and after the outdoor games are over me and the activities staff bring the residents back to their floor and put the activities stuff away in the activities closet or cabinets I do flower arranging with the residents in the dining room I put the vases on each table in the dining room and nurses station and room to room flower arranging and after flower arranging is over me and the activities staff bring the residents back where they belong cleaned the flower arranging stuff and I picked up the trash from each table in the dining room and I threw the trash and the flower arranging pieces away in the barrel when there is a big social event example entertainment and birthday party ice cream socials I help the other activities serve the ice cream and the cake to each residents in the dining and I help the staff deliver the cake and the ice cream to each when there is entertainment I help set up and I move the tables and chairs out of the way so there is much space for the entertainer and the residents and I help the other activities assistants gather the residents and I help the activities staff bring the residents to entertainment and entertain with the residents in the dining room and after entertainment is over I bring the residents back to their floor and I go back to the dining room and I helped the other activities assistants put the table and the chairs back to their place and when there is the ice cream socials and birthday parties socials I help the other activities staff pass out the birthday cake and ice cream and refreshments to each residents in the dining room and I help the other staff cut the birthday cake and scoop out the ice cream and I help the activities staff pour the refreshments to each residents in the dining room and when there is a ice cream social I help the other activities staff pass out the birthday cake and ice cream and the refreshments to each resident room to room in their floors and when the birthday party is through i help the other activities staff bring the residents back to floors and I help the other staff picked up the trash from each table in the dining room and I help the other throw the trash away in the barrel and the ice cream social I help the other pass out the refreshments and the ice cream to each residents in the dining room and I help the staff scoop the ice cream and pour the refreshments to each residents in the dining room and I help the other staff pass out the ice cream and the refreshments to each residents room to room if the residents cannot go to the ice cream social and after the ice cream social is over I help the other staff bring the residents back where they belong and I help the other staff pick up the trash from each table in the dining room and I help the other staff throw the trash away in the barrel and I help the staff put the stuff on the cart aafter the monthly birthday parties and the ice cream socials are over I bring the cart down to the kitchen and I documented for the morning portion and the afternoon portion and I took the Alzheimer’s training and I have experience working with residents who have dementia and I do the activities with the dementia residents I pass out refreshments and snacks and coffee to each residents in the dining room and I pass out the snacks to each residents in the dining room in the dementia unit and I picked up the trash from each table in the dining room and i threw the trash away in the dining room in the dementia unit and i gather the residents I do the morning greeting and I orient the residents and tell the resident what day is it today and the date too I put the residents in the circle for exercise with music and ball toss and after I did the exercise with ball toss i put the residents back to their tables in the dementia unit for lunch and afternoon portion I spend time with the residents in the dementia unit and I pass out refreshments and snacks to each table to the residents in the dementia unit and I put the snacks and the refreshments away in the cabinets and in the fridge and I put away the snacks and the refreshments and I put the coffee back on the cart I put the residents in the circle for the afternoon activities and I run the activities with the residents in the dementia unit I do sing along i play games with the residents in the dementia unit and do bowling with the residents in the dementia unit and after I did the activities with the residents In the dementia unit I put the residents back where they belong and I put the activities supplies away in the activities closet in the dementia unit also I do the residents nails manicures I file the nails and I paint the female residents nail polish on their fingers to make them look beautiful and when it is a nice day outside I take the dementia residents outside to the patio in the dementia for some games with the residentS who have dementia and I do trivia sing along and ball toss and ballon toss with the residents and proverbs and i pass the ball around or the balloon around to each residents in the patio area In the dementia unit and after I did the games with the residents in the dementia unit I brought the residents back to the dining room in the dementia unit and I put the stuff back in the closet in the dementia area I deliver the mail to each residents room to room in each unit I do sensory with the residents who is non verbal I cannot work a eight hour shift in activities I could only work 5 to 6 hours a day part time activities assistant in the nursing home activities directors in the Massachusetts area and in the Boston area or close by if you have a opening for a part time activities assistant 5 to 6 hour shift per day please let me know right away email address is kajansal@aol.com sincerely Katherine J Sally I am capable reliable and honest
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  8. I am the Program Manager for a CCRC and we are trying to get an Activity Committee formed so residents can funnel ideas through the committee instead of my door. If you have an established Activity Committee can you please share their Activity Committee description and responsibilities. Thank you in advance.
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  13. If this book isn't already part of you activity resources library, it definitely needs to be! Compiled from 6 years of team trivia I did with my own senior residents in the most popular, most consistently attended weekly activity in our community! All the work is already done for you — more than 230 10-question rounds of classic trivia, organized by category, answers, along with confirming notes and web links for addition discussion if you like. Even includes a ready-print score sheet and complete index! Save yourself hours of prep work every week and keep your residents' minds alive, remembering and learning! They'll love you for it! Mine couldn't get enough! 🙂 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08WJY65VN
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  15. Dealing With Elderly Anger Outbursts & Hostility As healthcare professionals many of us if not all has encountered a resident that is not having a good day. It is not all that unexpected however, in our line of work to experience outbursts and hostility mood swings. They may result from dissatisfaction, poor health, stress, pain, and a loss of dignity can easily lead to surprising and potentially harmful behaviors cause undue emotional hardships on both staff and residents alike. These scenarios are emotionally stressful for all parties and may need a considerable amount of energy, patience and empathy, to redirect. Research studies report that “mood disorders are frequent in old age and their prevalence is increasing with population aging.” https://companionsforseniors.com/2019/04/mood-swings-elderly-seniors/#:~:text=Another%20prominent%20research%20study%20notes,therapy%2C%20or%20a%20medication%20regimen Getting older can magnify our unique character traits, often in undesirable ways. Someone who was crabby in their younger years may be prone to full-on bouts of range in the aging years. Unfortunately, fellow residents and our professional staff members often are the target of these outbursts, and although in many cases it may seem at times as though there was no apparent clinical “trigger” such as a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s or prolonged chronic pain that may be attributed to the root cause; these behaviors are non-the-less and often enough, the most challenging to overcome. Know Your Resident That said, there are tried and true strategies and techniques that you will need to master to turn around a bad day into a pleasant (uneventful) good day. Below you can learn about several well described options that offer alternatives to reduce the tension and redirect even the most “crankiest of crannies” and help preserve your own mental wellbeing in the process. Simply stated, one of the most effective “tried and true” strategies is to know your resident. A thorough and comprehensive understanding of the elements that have potential to trigger your resident long before it leads down that unwanted behavior rabbit hole will always save the day. Clearly, this is not going to happen as quickly as one would hope for but with consistent observation/evaluation and comprehensive documentation such as Behavior Logs, will greatly identify the root cause of the problem be implemented in the resident Care Plan as Behavioral Interventions. Most importantly, be mindful to ensure that every staff member (all shifts and disciplines) are aware of these triggers. Communication and consistent unilateral Interdisciplinary staff support are major factors to this success story. Note that is can take up to “TWO” weeks for a resident to give up unwanted behavior because the behavior has become a coping pattern and is all the resident knows to find comfort. How to Handle Elderly Anger Outbursts The first step to dealing with these problems is to understand that these negative emotions are not personal. Pain and disease has an undeniably strong potential to cause very inappropriate behavior. The best strategy when dealing with difficult elders has a great deal to do with (Four C’s) - communication, clarity, consistency and compassion. Be mindful that optimum communication breakdowns between staff and resident may be further compounded by receptive and expressive resident impairments. Be consistent, repetition will enforce the concept of desired change. Cursing and Abusive Language Verbal abuse and harsh language can be an even more complicated story. Profanities that are “out-of-character” are often the result of Alzheimer’s disease, which can make it particularly difficult to manage. While there’s no cure for some conditions that present cursing and abusive language, mitigating the behavior can often be achieved by using distractions in the form of redirection. For example, divert your residents swearing bout by introducing another scenario that you are certain will be well received as more desirable and enticing by your resident. Example: “Mary I need your help today to make your favorite dessert – let’s go to the kitchen to get the ingredients ready.” Paranoia and Hallucinations Residents may believe that others want to cause them personal harm. In some instances the clinical team has already noted that the resident suffers from paranoia or hallucinations or another disorder that is a known root cause. It is not uncommon for paranoid behavior to be associated with a diagnosed disease such as Alzheimer’s disease but there are other illnesses that will also lead to paranoia. In these cases, the best solution to the problem of paranoid behavior is to try and use relaxation and validation techniques. Additionally, this may need to be combined with medication management. You generally won’t be able to convince someone what they’re experiencing is unreal, and doing so may increase the residents’ frustration or anger. Note that it is reasonable to go along with the residents’ allusion when the experience in of itself is clearly pleasant and does not have the potential to cause harm to self or others. Attentive patience and consistent caring oversight has everything to do with your residents’ success story and yours. “Perseverance is not a long race; it is many short races one after the other.” -Walter Elliot https://www.agingcare.com/articles/how-to-handle-an-elderly-parents-bad-behavior-138673.htm https://www.griswoldhomecare.com/blog/2015/july/dealing-with-elderly-anger-outbursts-hostility/ Have a topic request or question for Celeste? Send them over to celestechase@activitydirector.org Activity Directors Network was founded in 1996 on the idea that we could help create elderly care that dramatically improved the lives of those we all serve. We envision facilities that feel like homes and that celebrate our resident’s individuality and allows them to live with dignity, purpose and joy. We believe the exchange of education and wisdom between the most talented teachers and passionate students is the way to make an impact. Each and every single one of you are the revolution that is changing everything. Thanks for being a part of The Network. Copyright © 2022 Activity Directors Network, LLC All rights reserved. Our mailing address is: 2810 US HWY 190 W Ste 100-A9 Livingston, Texas 77351
  16. I have several residents that are VERY hard of hearing and blind or going blind with mild onset dementia they love to cook and needing ideas to keep them motiviated
  17. Simple Graham Cracker Gingerbread Houses Icing Yields 6-8 Houses Ingredients: FOR THE HOUSES Graham crackers Sandwich-size Ziploc baggies Paper plates Candy ROYAL ICING 1 lb powdered sugar (approx. 3-4 cups) 3 egg whites ½ tsp cream of tartar (optional) Instructions To make the Royal Icing, put all ingredients in a mixing bowl and... Click Link Below for Full Recipe! RealLifeDinner.Com Gingerbread Cloud Dough Materials 8 cups flour 1/2 cup cinnamon 2 Tablespoons ginger 1 Tablespoon nutmeg 1 Tablespoon allspice 2 cups oil (you can use vegetable or baby oil) Tools Large bowl or Storage Bin Wooden Mixing Spoon Cinnamon sticks Jingle Bells Buttons Cookie Cutters Measuring cups Instructions Measure out your flour into a large bin. Add enough cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice and ginger to... Click the Link Below for Full Tutorial! SugarSpiceandGlitter.Com Old-Fashioned Gingerbread Ingredients 8-1/4 oz. (1-3/4 cups plus 2 Tbs.) flour 1-1/2 tsp. baking soda 2-1/4 tsp. ground ginger 1/2 tsp. ground cinnamon 1/4 tsp. ground cloves Pinch salt 2-1/2 oz. (5 Tbs.) butter, softened at room temperature 1/3 cup sugar 1 large egg 3/4 cup dark molasses 3/4 cup cold water For the whipped cream: 1 cup heavy cream (not ultrapasteurized, if possible) 1/4 cup maple syrup Preparation Heat the oven to 350°F. Butter an 8×8-inch cake pan... Click on the Link Below for Full Recipe! FineCooking.Com Activity Directors Network was founded in 1996 on the idea that we could help create elderly care that dramatically improved the lives of those we all serve. We envision facilities that feel like homes and that celebrate our resident’s individuality and allows them to live with dignity, purpose and joy. We believe the exchange of education and wisdom between the most talented teachers and passionate students is the way to make an impact. Each and every single one of you are the revolution that is changing everything. Thanks for being a part of The Network. Copyright © 2021 Activity Directors Network, LLC All rights reserved. Our mailing address is: 2810 US HWY 190 W #100-A9 Livingston, Texas 77351
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