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  1. A Gift from : Paul Tedesco <htlk@comcast.net> There’s No Place Like (Nursing) Home – Stories of Dementia, Dying, and Peeing on the Christmas Tree Paul publishes non-fiction memoir to inspire caregivers. The book is free between January 23-25 on www.amazon.com , Kindle Store, if the link doesnt work, goto the Kindle Store and search for the title. (https://www.amazon.com/Theres-Place-Like-Nursing-Home-ebook/dp/B07899SL4F/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1516736109&sr=8-1&keywords=paul+tedesco). Paul Tedesco is a former pastor, counselor, and administrator at a human services organization, holding a Master of Divinity degree. He has been a trainer locally and nationally, a weekly columnist for The Catholic Spirit, a contributor to The National Catholic Reporter, and an invited headline guest on ABC 20/20 and the Canadian Broadcast Corporation radio network. There’s No Place Like (Nursing) Home – Stories of Dementia, Dying, and Peeing on the Christmas Tree: I have an Nh.D. Doctorate in Nursing Homes. I got it at the University of Experience. One day my mother moved into a nursing home. On another she died there. What happened in between changed my life. This is a book for my friends, almost all of whom I haven’t met. They, like me, are getting older. So are their parents. Many are or will end up in nursing homes. Most who do will die there. Whether my friends learn to smile in between can change their lives too. The book is a short folksy memoir, a compendium of stories about what I saw, learned, and felt, and how I learned to smile again, then and now. Three-part dementia-inspired operas will do that. So will listening to a saintly mom call a white nurse a “honky.” I found laughter amidst my tears. I also found serenity for a troubled soul. So can my friends. URL: www.paultedescoauthor.com Please contact: Paul Tedesco, 412-327-8078, htlk@comcast.net For Free Kindle App: KINDLE Store https://www.amazon.com/Theres-Place-Like-Nursing-Home-ebook/dp/B07899SL4F/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1516736109&sr=8-1&keywords=paul+tedesco
  2. Provident Village at Canton, a premier senior living community in Canton, GA, seeks a Life Enrichment Coordinator to plan a therapeutic recreation program for residents as part of a total resident care plan; provide supervision and protection of residents during activities; provide transportation for residents to attend activities outside the community; supervise activity assistants and volunteers; maintain current activity assessments, care plans, and applicable forms to meet current state and federal guidelines; and maintain inventory of necessary supplies and equipment to meet the needs of the program. Provident Village at Canton offers a great work environment, competitive pay, full benefits, and a balanced work schedule. EOE. Qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent required. Bachelor’s Degree in Therapeutic Recreation, Occupational Therapy, or related field preferred. Certification as an Activities Coordinator or completion of approved courses. 2+ years’ experience in an assisted living or long-term care setting. Previous supervisory experience. Excellent organization, time management, and customer service skills. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Proficiency with computers and Microsoft Office programs. Knowledge and understanding of the social, psychological, and recreational needs of the elderly and disabled populations, and the ability to plan and organize activities geared toward the needs of those populations. Demonstrated creativity, enthusiasm, patience, integrity, and a positive attitude toward elderly and disabled populations. Demonstrated leadership ability and willingness to cooperate and work with others. Must possess basic understanding of medical terminology. Must be able to read, write, speak and understand English. Fluency in other languages is helpful. Visit ActivityDirectorJobs.com for more details . http://activitydirectorjobs.com/jobs/life-enrichment-coordinator-georgia/
  3. Activity Director Documentation Course. Activity Documentation Complete - Assessments thru Progress Notes 10 CE Hours NCCAP Approved Instructor: Kathy Hughes If you are having trouble with your paperwork .. than this course may be exactly what you need. This course will teach you exactly what documentation is needed to satisfy your State Survey, by the book. We will compare exactly what is written in the regulations to the paperwork and forms we use everyday. Is your "Assessment Form" survey proof? What are the five questions the State Survey team is going to ask about your Assessments, Progress Notes and Careplans as soon as they enter your building? .......... We will help you answer those questions before they get there.. Paperwork, Paperwork and more Paperwork.. The key to cutting down on paperwork is knowing exactly what you need and what you don't need. visit ActivityDirector.org for more details
  4. Dallas area. Richardson, Garland, are all right in our area.! We need trained Activity Directors. We're currently building a Continuing Care Retirement Community. We have the Independent Living, Skilled Nursing & Rehab, and Assisted Living Memory Care areas open right now. The Skilled Nursing Memory Care and Elevated Skilled Nursing for Long-Term Residents are both still under construction. We are also building a 60-bed Regular Assisted Living. So there are a lot of great opportunities for Activities Directors to get involved. Please feel free to contact me, I would love to help you get started in your careers. Adam Koll Director of Memory Care Villages of Lake Highlands 8615 Lullwater Dr. Dallas, TX 75238 361-290-5033 (cell) 214-342-7199 (fax) "Adam Koll, ALMC" <akoll@volh.com>
  5. Colonial Belle Rehab and Nursing in Sealy Texas is seeking an Activity Director. The Activity Director will plan and execute a full, resident centered activity program for 55 individuals. Provide MDS input and document activity participation via Point, Click, Care. Participate in quality and care programs Please forward resume via email or call Patsy McInerney at 979-885-2937. Visit ActivityDirectorJobs.com for more info http://activitydirectorjobs.com/jobs/activity-director-job-sealy-texas/
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  7. Therapeutic Activity / Program Director Needed Full-Time , Marlborough, Massachusetts Hearthstone Alzheimer Care LTD Marlborough, Massachusetts, United States Job Description If you want to work in an environment where managers walk the walk and truly care about their staff, consider Hearthstone for employment! We currently have a full time Therapeutic Activities/Program Director position available at Hearthstone’s Assisted Living Residence located in Marlborough, MA. Program Directors at Hearthstone create a daily flow of life that includes personal care, recreational and social activities. They also create and lead focused and purpose-driven activities using the Montessori principles and assist residents to feel a sense of belonging in the community by providing opportunities to engage in meaningful social interactions. • Program Directors train and support all staff members in their recreational roles • Ensures there is consistent, ongoing, and vibrant programming is equal in quality and content with early through late stage residents • Develops an activity program addressing interests, needs, and abilities of all residents • Assess all residents individually and participates in the service planning process formulating appropriate leisure activities and goals • Trains, oversees, and assists Resident Companions in the facilitation of activities • Runs activity groups on a daily basis along with the Resident Companions to ensure multiple activities are running between the hours of 10:00 AM — 7:00 PM • Prepares and posts the weekly activity schedule for all programming levels • Recruits, trains, and organizes volunteers to supplement activity program • Actively involves families and the community in the activity program • Provides creative opportunities for appropriate interactions between residents and the community • Ensures the activity budget is within established parameters • Assemble activity materials and communicates to Management Team and Resident Companion staff the location of supplies • May have primary care responsibility for those participants requiring therapeutic interventions (OT/PT) to maximize function in all activities • Plans monthly family events as well as ensuring the residence environment reflects the appropriate seasonal décor • Ensures that opportunities are provided for all residents to regularly engage in cognitively stimulating activities • Arranges regular outings to cultural institutions such as museums, concerts, etc. • Thorough, engaging descriptions of monthly activities for the newsletter and website • Acts as Manager on Duty when working the weekend rotation • Is on call on a rotating basis with other managers • Qualifications: • We prefer that applicants have a degree in occupational, physical, art, or recreational therapy. • • Experience as an activity director or therapy aide may be substituted for a degree • One or more years of experience managing resident aide staff • USA work authorization • Able to work rotating weekends/evenings and take call 1X per month as part of a regular chedule • Preference will be given to those who have had specific experience with running activities for the Alzheimer’s population. We provide an excellent pay and benefits program for employees designed to attract and retain the best in the business. Our benefits package includes: medical and dental, 401(k), flexible spending and dependent care accounts. We also offer paid time off, holiday pay and employee recognition awards. Hearthstone is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of age, color, disability, gender, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any classification protected by federal, state, or local law. How to Apply Email your resume to hr@thehearth.org or Apply Online at https://www.ziprecruiter.com/job/1fb5ce7b Visit Activitydirectorjobs.com for more details
  8. Therapeutic Activity / Program Director Needed Full-Time , Marlborough, Massachusetts Hearthstone Alzheimer Care LTD Marlborough, Massachusetts, United States Job Description If you want to work in an environment where managers walk the walk and truly care about their staff, consider Hearthstone for employment! We currently have a full time Therapeutic Activities/Program Director position available at Hearthstone’s Assisted Living Residence located in Marlborough, MA. Program Directors at Hearthstone create a daily flow of life that includes personal care, recreational and social activities. They also create and lead focused and purpose-driven activities using the Montessori principles and assist residents to feel a sense of belonging in the community by providing opportunities to engage in meaningful social interactions. • Program Directors train and support all staff members in their recreational roles • Ensures there is consistent, ongoing, and vibrant programming is equal in quality and content with early through late stage residents • Develops an activity program addressing interests, needs, and abilities of all residents • Assess all residents individually and participates in the service planning process formulating appropriate leisure activities and goals • Trains, oversees, and assists Resident Companions in the facilitation of activities • Runs activity groups on a daily basis along with the Resident Companions to ensure multiple activities are running between the hours of 10:00 AM — 7:00 PM • Prepares and posts the weekly activity schedule for all programming levels • Recruits, trains, and organizes volunteers to supplement activity program • Actively involves families and the community in the activity program • Provides creative opportunities for appropriate interactions between residents and the community • Ensures the activity budget is within established parameters • Assemble activity materials and communicates to Management Team and Resident Companion staff the location of supplies • May have primary care responsibility for those participants requiring therapeutic interventions (OT/PT) to maximize function in all activities • Plans monthly family events as well as ensuring the residence environment reflects the appropriate seasonal décor • Ensures that opportunities are provided for all residents to regularly engage in cognitively stimulating activities • Arranges regular outings to cultural institutions such as museums, concerts, etc. • Thorough, engaging descriptions of monthly activities for the newsletter and website • Acts as Manager on Duty when working the weekend rotation • Is on call on a rotating basis with other managers • Qualifications: • We prefer that applicants have a degree in occupational, physical, art, or recreational therapy. • • Experience as an activity director or therapy aide may be substituted for a degree • One or more years of experience managing resident aide staff • USA work authorization • Able to work rotating weekends/evenings and take call 1X per month as part of a regular chedule • Preference will be given to those who have had specific experience with running activities for the Alzheimer’s population. We provide an excellent pay and benefits program for employees designed to attract and retain the best in the business. Our benefits package includes: medical and dental, 401(k), flexible spending and dependent care accounts. We also offer paid time off, holiday pay and employee recognition awards. Hearthstone is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of age, color, disability, gender, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any classification protected by federal, state, or local law. How to Apply Email your resume to hr@thehearth.org or Apply Online at https://www.ziprecruiter.com/job/1fb5ce7b Visit Activitydirectorjobs.com for more details
  9. Celebrate National Book Lovers Day on August 9th Enjoy a little Activity Director Humor with this cartoon Adventures of an Activity Director Book Lovers Day. Click to Download and Print your own Copy. A Simple Club Activity to enjoy with your readers! - ActivityDirector.com Materials : Books (large print, audio, and regular) Instructions : Have the club select a book for everyone to read and review. Have large print and audio available for those who need it. Designate a time to meet back and allow everyone to review the book and select another one. Note: Choosing books that are controversial or stir up debate are good options to create discussion and interest (i.e. The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown and The Red Tent by Anita Diamant). Visit www.booksarefun.com for a large book selection in large print. They will also schedule a Book Fair fund raising event for you to hold at your facility if you wish. August 7th, Google News Story . Adam Martin of CouncilChronicle.com had this to say... According to researchers, People who read live longer that people who do not read at all. So if you want to live longer, you should read more. Data from more than 3,500 participants was analysed. All the people were over the age of 50 and they were asked some questions about reading. The research team took into consideration many factors, such as gender, education level, income, and race. They then made three groups. One was for the people who did not read any books, the second for those who read almost three hours a week and the last one for those who read longer than that. What did the researchers find out? Well, it seems that those who read more were 17 percent less likely today in the next 12 years. - Download Print Share
  10. From the album: Adventures of an Activity Director

    Download, print and share a little Activity Director humor. Holly the AD in Adventures of an Activity Director by artist Bradley Sooter Holly's Book Club is invaded by technology

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  11. SIGN ON BONUS! $500 Half will be paid after 30 days of successful employment and the other half after 90 days. CRISTA Senior Living, a ministry of CRISTA has been a senior care provider for over 60 years. Located in Shoreline Washington. Cristwood offers a full spectrum of care: Independent living, Assisted Living, Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation services. Loving God by serving people is CRISTA’s mission and we are looking for the right candidate who wants an exceptional career/ministry opportunity as an Activities Coordinator for our Dementia residents in our Assisted Living facility. The incumbent will be responsible for maintaining a resident activity program that fosters an environment of social, mental, physical and spiritual wholeness for residents on our beautiful Shoreline campus. If you are looking to integrate your administrative and relational gifts in a senior community environment with your Christian faith, consider applying today. Qualifications: Christian Commitment: Must have and maintain a strong personal faith in Christ. Experience: Previous experience working or volunteering with older adults. Experience working with residents with Alzheimer’s or dementia. Licensure/Certification: Education: Associate degree in Education, geriatrics or healthcare from an accredited college or university recognized by the United States Department of Education or equivalent. An Activities Certification or equivalent working experience on a year-for-year basis can be substituted. Software and Equipment Used: Proficient user of Microsoft Office Suite, such as Word, Excel and Publisher. Other Considerations: Enjoy working with seniors. Good interpersonal skills. Excellent written and verbal communication skills with the ability to read, write, communicate in and interpret English at a functional level. Ability to find solutions to resident problems/concerns. Ability to work in an environment with constant interruptions. Flexible work hours; some evenings or weekend hours are required to support marketing events and maintain census goals. Display excellent organizational skills. Follow schedules effectively and publicize events well in advance. Maintain good listening skills with a positive Christian attitude concerning life. Ability to be diplomatic, tactful, and courteous when dealing with residents and others. Ability to use digital camera and post pictures for resident boards. Ability to work collaboratively with supervisor, coworkers, residents and families. How to Apply Please go to the following URL to apply: https://chj.tbe.taleo.net/chj05/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=CRISTA&cws=1&rid=1588 Or visit www.Crista.org/employment to search our other opportunities. Visit ActivityDirectorjobs.com for more details.....
  12. Provident Village at Creekside, a premier senior living community in Smyrna, GA, seeks a Life Enrichment Coordinator to plan a therapeutic recreation program for residents as part of a total resident care plan; provide supervision and protection of residents during activities; provide transportation for residents to attend activities outside the community; supervise activity assistants and volunteers; maintain current activity assessments, care plans, and applicable forms to meet current state and federal guidelines; and maintain inventory of necessary supplies and equipment to meet the needs of the therapeutic recreation program. Provident Village at Creekside offers a great work environment, competitive pay, full benefits, and a balanced work schedule. EOE. Qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent required. Bachelor’s Degree in Therapeutic Recreation, Occupational Therapy, or related field preferred. Certification as an Activities Coordinator or completion of approved courses, required. 2+ years’ experience in an assisted living or long-term care setting preferred. Previous supervisory experience preferred. Excellent organization, time management, and customer service skills. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Proficiency with computers and Microsoft Office programs. Knowledge and understanding of the social, psychological, and recreational needs of the elderly and disabled populations, and the ability to plan and organize activities geared toward the needs of those populations. Demonstrated creativity, enthusiasm, patience, integrity, and a positive attitude toward elderly and disabled populations. Demonstrated leadership ability and willingness to cooperate and work with others. Must possess basic understanding of medical terminology. Must be able to read, write, speak and understand English. Fluency in other languages is helpful. Please submit a cover letter and resume to apps.creekside@providentvillage.com for consideration. Visit Activitydirectorjobs.com
  13. Movie Memory Time is a free, online, group activity just launched on Facebook. Each video segment begins with a short film excerpt from the 1930s thru 1960s, followed by 4 onscreen questions. The film awakens memories. The questions encourage reminiscing. "Watch, Recall, and Share Your Memories." Movie Memory Time may be enjoyed by Seniors alone or with family and friends on any computer. Activity directors can run them from laptops to a large screen TV or video projector. 3 new Movie Memory segments will be posted on Facebook each week and go out to all who "Like" the page. The films posted in the first two weeks will recall memories of: Lawrence Welk Our Gang School Days Roy Rogers & Cowboy Heroes A Trip to the Zoo (with Popeye) Betsy Wetsy Dolls Robots & Childhood Fears Wild Parties Winter Snow Fun https://www.facebook.com/moviememorytime
  14. Colonial Belle Nursing in Sealy Texas is looking for an Activity Director... Enthusiastic, caring, and creative person to plan and execute activities for our residents at Colonial Belle Nursing Home in Sealy Texas Applicants should call 979-885-2937 or fax 979-627-0780 ask for Patsy McInerney or Send us an e-mail administrator@colonialbelleseally.com If you have a job to post visit ActivityDirectorJobs.com http://activitydirectorjobs.com/jobs/activity-director-job-sealy-texas/ ‎
  15. Activity Assistant Needed Full Time – Coopersburg, PA – Coopersburg, Pennsylvania, United States Job Description Valley Manor Health and Rehabilitation Center, Coopersburg, PA Our facility is in need of a full-time Activity Assistant in Coopersburg . The activity assistant is responsible for: Leading group events, assisting with planning and development of the activities program, documentation of resident participation, and collaborating with other departments within the facility. The address is 7650 Route 309 in Coopersburg, Pennsylvania Interested candidates must have a minimum high school education (or equivalent) and must be 18 years old or older. How to Apply Please apply in person at the facility. Valley Manor Health and Rehabilitation 7650 Route 309 in Coopersburg, Pa You can email me directly for directions jennide221@hotmail.com or call the facility at 610-282-1919.Job Categories: Assistant. Job Types: Full-Time. Salary: Open (based on ability). Job expires in 30 days. For complete details visity Activitydirectorjobs.com
  16. Belmont Village Senior Living - Hunters Creek Activity Assistant - Senior Living Full-time positions available (flexible schedule includes some weekends). Ideal for a motivated and enthusiastic recent graduate interested in working with a state of the art Memory Care Program offering maximum career growth potential. Belmont Village Senior Living is an industry leader contributing to the field of aging and Assisted Living working collaboratively with renowned university and research groups. As a pioneer in the concept of Whole Brain Fitness, our Memory Programs are a therapeutic model aimed to inspire continual self-development. Join our team as an Activity Assistant! A Bachelor's Degree is required in the field of Recreational Therapy, Social Work, Psychology, Gerontology or a related field of study. This is an excellent opportunity for a recent graduate to begin a career in this fast growing industry. Use your professional skills in the areas of therapeutic programming, cognitive assessments and facilitation of groups to make a difference in the life of a senior! You will utilize your expertise in providing daily activity programming support for residents participating in our award winning Memory Enrichment Programs. Position Responsibilities: Facilitate specialized activities for residents with cognitive disabilities. Ensure person-centered programming utilizing the structured day programming. Maintain consistent communication with supervisor, nurses and families. Coordinate and assist with the lunch and dinner meal program. Ensure a fun and safe environment for residents. Maintain documentation & complete cognitive assessments. Professional Requirements: A Bachelors degree is required (Recreational Therapy, Social Work, Gerontology or related field). One year of activity experience working directly with the elderly or individuals with disabilities is preferred. Intermediate level computer skills with Microsoft Office and Publisher. Proven ability to research topics for supplement programming materials. Demonstrated effective communication and facilitation skills. Ability to work flexible days/hours. Fax, apply in person or apply online click here Belmont Village Senior Living is a leading developer and operator still driven by its founding mission of creating communities where seniors can flourish and lead comfortable, meaningful lives. Our award-winning programs and services promote healthy aging and are supported by best practices and university-guided research in the fields of gerontology, hospitality and dining, architecture, and consumer preferences. Belmont Village Senior Living operates 24 communities in the continental U.S. and is expanding into international markets with a community opening in Mexico City in 2016. A career at Belmont Village Senior Living is an opportunity to join a thriving and rapidly-growing field imbued with the purpose of helping seniors and their families. Belmont Village Senior Living offers full-time employees benefit plans including medical, dental, vision, prescription, short-term disability, long-term disability, life insurance, PTO and 401(k) savings. Belmont Village Senior Living - Hunters Creek 7667 Woodway Dr. Houston, TX 77063 phone: 713-781-1505 fax: 713-781-1510 For more information regarding Belmont Village Senior Living, Visit ActivityDirectorjobs.com for more details
  17. Its that time of year again.. The NAPW Celebration at the NCCAP.org FREE! NCCAP Continuing Education hours for participation in the NCCAP CHATS For National Activity Professional’s Week! These one hour chats begin at 8pm est unless otherwise noted. Each night is a new Moderator and a new topic. Glance over the impressive list of Activity professionals and thier topics of discussion. Plan to attend them all. Go to http://nccap.org/chat and Register your Chat name and Password . Be sure and download the Continuing Education Form from NCCAP.org to claim your CE Certificate of Completion . Submit the form, without the fee, to the NCCAP., even If you don’t need the credit, you are still welcome to join in the conversation! JANUARY- National Activity Professional’s Week-FREE CHATS ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 1/17- Sunday-Cindy Bradshaw: Certification 1/18- Monday-Sherry Barzak: Advocacy at a Different Level 1/19- Tuesday- Bryan Rife: Perusing the NCCAP Power Point 1/20- Wednesday- Dawn Appler: Part 1 Advocacy Relating to Activities 1/21- Thursday- Dawn Appler: Part 2 Advocacy Relating to Activities 1/22- Friday-Jane Anderson: Links and NCCAP 1/23- Saturday-Sherry Barzak: Attendance at the State and Local Levels 1/24 – Sunday-Kathy Hughes: TBA
  18. Full Time Activity Director Needed in Flushing New York. 200 bed Long Term Care facility. http://activitydirectorjobs.com/jobs/activity-director-job-new-york/ Visit the Official Job Board for the Activity Directors Network ... Activitydirectorjobs.com List a Job.. just $5bucks!
  19. Brand New CE Class at ActivityDirector.org. Ever wondered how to contribute back to your industry. Writting CE Classes might be for you... This class is a 6hr study course that explains the entire process of Writing and Sharing and Selling your passions. http://www.activitydirector.org/classroom/course/category.php?id=7
  20. View it on the web Click HERE . Toward the Light: Part I The Dying Process and Helping the family ActivityDirector.org =ABOUT THIS COURSE= Death. It’s intense, scary and sad. There is no denying these things. However, that is only half the picture. There is another more joyful and celebratory way to handle what is, ultimately all of our fate. It can be very overwhelming and uncomfortable when one of your residents reaches the end of their lives. Knowing what to say issues as the Activity Director is having a level of understanding about what actually is occurring. In this workshop, we will cover the dying process from a spiritual standpoint. We will also go over different rituals of death by faith so that you may be more sensitive to each individual’s needs. Finally we will cover ways in which you can help the family and friends of your resident to cope, which in turn can help to provide more peace for the dying. -Objective of this course:- Help you bring different energy forth so that you can help infuse he situation with an element of acceptance. 6 continuing education credit hours Eligible for Activity Director Certification or Home Care Certification Pre-Approval#NCCAP31775-16 Sheryl Bacon-Jones Visit http://www.activitydirector.org for more details CLICK HERE ============================================================ MEPAP Classes Start Oct. 6th ** ActivityDirector.org (http://activitydirector.org) The MEPAP Activity Director training classes start the first Tuesday of every month. Meets the State requirement for Activity Director Training Instructor: Kathy Hughes NCCAP Approval ** # NCCAP30420-16-M2-NT (http://www.activitydirector.org)
  21. Freemont Hills Senior Living in Freemont California is hiring! Full Time Benefits Check out the listing on ActivityDirectorJobs.com http://activitydirectorjobs.com/jobs/activity-director-job-freemont-ca/
  22. New CE Workshop is available at ActivityDirector.org online classroom, Creativity! Activities that Inspire Pre-Approved by NCCAP for 5 Credit Hours Activities inherently taps into the “potential and creativity” of the participants. This Online study program will encourage you as the activity professional to explore various ways to awaken the potential and creativity in your residents. This will assist you in developing programs that can be used to unlock the creativity in your residents.
  23. Our Online MEPAP Classes start next Tuesday June 3rd Activity Directors either in Long Term Care, Nursing Homes, Assisted Living Facilities, Adult Daycare our MEPAP 1 is a State Approved Training course. "The State Survey Safe Class" Taking a course online is a very interactive way to learn. Not only do you benefit from a professional Activity Director Instructor, you also share the knowledge and networking with your entire class. Our Classroom Staff , Kathy Hughes - Lead Instructor, Ruth Martanis - Swing-Bed Consultant, Celeste Chase - Adult-Day Health Consultant, The 24/7 Chatroom and the Class Forum are just two of the ways each and every Student can reach out to the entire class to either ask for help, offer some advice or share their particular journey with the class. Once you experience the Online Classroom setting you'll wonder why you didnt try this sooner. Our online class lasts 4 months, a 180hr course, 90hrs Class Study/90hrs of Practicum (Fieldwork). Cost is $600- a payment plan is available and if your facility is paying, simply sign our Purchase Order Agreement and begin immediately. To Get Started . visit ActivityDirector.org and download the MEPAP 1 Enrollment Packet . fill out the enrollment forms, fax them in and you're ready to go. Call Cheryl at 1.888.238.0444 for more details. Click HERE for the MEPAP1 Enrollment Packet
  24. ActivityDirectorJobs.com has a new listing for Activity Director needed full time Adult Day Care Facility Click Here http://activitydirectorjobs.com/jobs/activity-director-7/
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