Hi all! My name is Amanda. I have been an Activity Director in the Las Vegas area for 1 year now. Here is my dilema. I have a couple of residents with physical impairments who enjoy being a part of activities like arts and crafts, bingo, etc. When I am hosting the activity, I usually will help them by guiding their hands and their actions (they have cognitive impairments too). Usually with that high amount of assistance they will perform and participate in the activity as well. The reason why I choose to do it in a small group activity is because they thrive from the socialization and truly enjoy these activities. I walked in one day to find my assistant doing their craft activity for them while they watched (there were only 2 people at this time, so no large group). She does such things in bingo, and other hands on activities. She had trouble understanding why we should take 5 or 10 minutes out of our time to help those with physical and cognitive loss. We do one on one's with them, but if they want to also partake in craft activities and such, who am I to deny them? I would like to educate her, does anyone have any kind of federally mandated literature that would help my inservice with her?