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  1. Make a Difference Day October 26, 2019 by M. Celeste Chase, AC-BC, ACC, CDP, CMDCP This day is an unofficial secular holiday or observance focused on community service and volunteer efforts. Traditionally celebrated on the fourth Saturday in October since 1992. All across the United States volunteers perform projects for their community, for individuals in need and a number of charitable organizations. This October 26th millions of volunt
  2. Greetings all! My name is Paul Falkowski, no, not the marine biologist at Rutgers but the gerontologist in Omaha, Nebraska. So what I am doing posting here? I'm writing a book about the things that volunteers can do at the nursing home. If you're game I would like to interview you and talk about how you are using your volunteers, i.e., what are they doing? are they valuable to you? Do you think they could do more? I'm also looking for retired AD's that were working in nursing homes during the 60's and 70's. I'm hoping to end up with a complete picture of how volunteers have been used b
  3. Opportunity: Responsible for planning, coordinating, and directing a full range of recreation coordination including MDS assessments, programs based on individualized needs, and participation in interdisciplinary staffing with required documentation; demonstrate accountability for the Recreation Program development, quality improvement, and problem solving with the department. Provides supervision and direction of the department and staff, recruit, orient, and supervise volunteers. Provides education programs in the community and assists Administrator in marketing efforts as requested.
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