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  1. Hi Everyone!! I promised I'd be back soon!! Here it is, the Flyer.. please feel free to print it out and post it wherever laugh loving Seniors are!! And did anyone catch my offer for the First 5 100- year olds who have proper I.D. They get to enjoy the show for Free!! How bout that? See age does have it's benefits!! Nevertheless, I hope you have a marvelous weekend and that the sun is shining for you wherever you are!! P.S. Menu to follow soon... Always, I Live to Laugh! Bonnie Barchichat Executive Producer Senior Comedy Afternoons.com 714-914.2565 The Proud Bird P.P.S. Sponsor Opportunities are available.. you don't want to miss this show! Contact me directly and say you want to be a part of it, send me your info! ©2019 Senior Comedy Afternoons LLC. | 2313 Nelson Avenue, Redondo Beach, Ca. 90278
  2. Senior Comedy Afternoon is an excellent Activity for any Senior Group.. Plan to attend and make a day of it.. 3 Course Meal, a Show .. all presented by Bonnie and her bunch of Misfits.. if you haven't experienced one of these "Afternoons" you're missing Out. the Event is in LA... near LAX ..the recently refurbished The Proud Bird Restaurant and Event Center (Tuskegee Room) Starts at Noon, Lunch at noon-thirty and the show is at 1:30.. and a guided tour of the Air Park can be enjoyed after the show. 3:15 July 14th, plenty of time to plan and reserve your buses.. dontmissthis Have Fun! Pennie
  3. I have a resident in AL who has mild to moderate dementia. Recently we have noticed more decline. The thing is that he is obese and gets around by power chair. It has not gotten to the point where we need to take the power chair away but he is always up and down and it got me thinking; of all the dementia training I’ve had and all the discussion about wandering the subject of wanderers in powerchairs never came up. What do you all think; have you ever discussed this before? More and more residents are moving in with power chairs and I have residents who should have never passed the test we give. They go too fast and some run into things and now I have a wanderer whose apartment is right next to my activity room and when I mentioned it to the RNs at my work , they said they have never heard of what to do in that situation either so we are all researching it
  4. StoryPoint and Independence Villages currently have opportunities available in Michigan and Ohio communities! Available Positions include: Regional Life Enrichment Director Life Enrichment Director Life Enrichment Lead Life Enrichment Assistant If you or someone you know is interested, please visit our online career centers and APPLY TODAY! Independence Villages: https://careers-independencevillages.icims.com/jobs/search?ss=1&searchCategory=23692 StoryPoint: https://careers-storypoint.icims.com/jobs/search?ss=1&searchCategory=23692 If you have questions, please contact Samantha Kennedy at skennedy@csigholding.com or 810-534-1784
  5. Does anyone know someone who is available thusrday Nov. 17th for an activity Ideally $60/ hr or less. Anyone that sings or plays piano or guitar. Please let me know
  6. 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
  7. Cedarbrook Memory Care is looking for an experienced Director of Activities for their 68 bed community. We will be accepting applications through April 18th. Requirements: 1 year or more experience in planning activities must be able to conduct and lead group activities provide person centered care with seniors in the memory care setting have experience managing employees experience creating calendars must work with a team and mentoring staff must be able to drive our bus must be able pass criminal backgound check and health screening How to Apply You may apply in person at 1425 E Nees, Fresno, CA Email your inquiry or resume to CedarbrookED@Koelschsenior.com Visit http://www.activitydirectorjobs.com for more details
  8. Have you had your Mike Simone Today! http://mikesimone.com Come back to a time when Class and Style were the norm.. Enjoy the Mike Simone Show with songs from the Vegas Days of Sinatra and the Rat Pack, Swing to the Big Band feel and coast to the Moving Ballads from the Great American Songbook. Cool is Back Baby! -Come Fly With Me -Don’t Get Around Much Anymore -Night & Day -That Old Devil Moon -Unforgettable -My Funny Valentine -Beyond The Sea and many many more.. Book a show today, Mike will bring your facility a very memorable event. Customize a show for your residents, a small group, or perhaps a big band, maybe piano only.. you choose /////////////////////////// Contact Mike at mikesimone77@gmail.com 908-472-6357 Woodbridge, New Jersey
  9. Activities Director needed Full Time Summerfield, Florida, United States Job Description1 | SUMMARY OF FUNCTIONS: The Activity Director plans, organizes, and directs or carries out a program of activities, which will provide entertainment, intercommunication, exercise, relaxation, opportunity to express creative talent, and fulfill basic psychological, and social needs for residents. The Director will discover new venues for community involvement within the confines of the budget. 2 | MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: • Receive and welcome all visitors to the Activities Office by providing excellent customer service. • Answer incoming calls to the Activities Office and direct to the appropriate employees. Maintain records of telephone calls as required. • Plan meetings and events and encourage residents to assist in the planning. • Meet with the Communications and Activities Committee and keep them updated on current projects and ideas. Create the agenda and meeting packets for their meetings. • Conduct research, studies and surveys within and outside the community in order to develop new ideas and concepts that can be implemented that put Stonecrest’s activities above all other 55+ communities. • Accountable for the Activities Office petty cash and Activities budget. • Maintain a calendar for each room and common areas used by residents/POA for activities, meetings and events. Assist resident in scheduling activities and events. Updates the community website calendar. • Coordinate Christmas card and other special deliveries to the residents. • Updates and maintains the operation of the Community TV Channel. Includes creating the power point, uploading it to the server, and on to the community website. • Conduct kitchen, sound booth, piano, shuffle board and other trainings. Schedule and run activities fair, presidents meetings and New Resident Orientations. Schedule residents for fitness trainings. Maintain records of trained/oriented residents. • Manage staff and volunteers. Evaluate the Activities and Communications Specialist on an ongoing basis and conduct an official evaluation at least once a year. • Issue/assign resident identification badges, guest passes, gate barcodes/remotes, keys, and other items needed by residents/clubs/activities. Maintain records of items issued/assigned. • Maintain files and reports on various computer programs such as Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, Publisher and Access. • Understands the Association Rules and Regulations related to activities, events and clubs. • Maintain a flexible schedule. Some evenings and weekends will be required. • Assist residents with clubs and activities with binders. 3 | SECONDARY RESPONSIBILITIES: • Mail out correspondence and send out faxes when requested. • Monitor the Fitness Center and reports concerns to the Association Manager. • Assist as needed with duties and responsibilities of Activities and Communications Specialist. • Help train and assist staff and volunteers that work with the Cornerstones, website, and other community publications. • Assist in other tasks or projects as requested by management or other employees. • Any additional duties assigned by designated Board of Director or management. 5 | PREFERRED ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATIONS: • Trains residents on fitness equipment and teaches exercises classes as needed. • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of education and experience in Recreation Management or Hospitality Management preferred. • Previous experience in the hospitality industry a plus. • Prefer two years’ experience in event planning and budgeting. • Previous knowledge or experience working in a homeowner association preferred, but not required. Salary is $32,000-$40,000 per year depending on qualifications. Visit http://www.activitydirectorjobs.com for more info
  10. I was in Activities for 5 years (5 years ago) and a lot of things have changed since I was in the game. I started back in December, and I'm looking for new Activity Participation Forms to encorporate. I'm not a fan of the forms my building is using. They were created by a former director. I've looked at Med Pass forms and like them.. but feel like there should be a space to write in specific items. What you are you all using? Are you creating your own? Are you using a standardized form? We currently put a copy of our calendar in the chart and highlight the resident's participation, as well as fill out a form. I do want to continue the highlighting method for our use, because it makes it so easy to see who is doing what. However our "legal" charting forms, I'm not happy with. Help!! feel free to email me samples of what you are using! mtbrighton@bellsouth.net
  11. Raising Funds for Alzheimer’s Dementia Research The National Senior League (NSL) announced today that on July 16th it will host a National Senior Wii Bowling Day to benefit research into Alzheimer’s and dementia as well as related projects. The NSL hopes to set a world record for the most senior Wii bowlers participating on a single day, asking Wii bowlers to roll a single game on July 16th. Each bowler will be ask to contribute $5 to be donated through the NSL to research into devastating diseases, including Alzheimer’s. In addition, the NSL will ask individuals and corporations to donate $1 for each recorded strike. Dennis Berkholtz, started the NSL four years ago with the mission of providing senior’s with a fun, competitive and social environment and with the ultimate goal of raising money for Alzheimer’s/dementia. Berkholtz’s father suffered from dementia. “Using the NSL to raise funds for Alzheimer’s/dementia is my way of honoring my father for raising a great family and giving me the opportunity to achieve success both in sports and business,” said Berkholtz. The NSL has established the NSL-ALZ Foundation to manage the fund raising efforts. The foundation will support Alzheimer’s/dementia research and support programs focused on the importance of early detection. It will also work to develop a program to recognize and honor Alzheimer’s/dementia caretakers with a vacation break from caretaker responsibilities. The NSL-ALZ Foundation is working closely with the Atlanta based NeuroScience Foundation whose mission is to support research to accelerate treatments that significantly improve the lives of people suffering from devastating diseases, including Alzheimer’s Disease and Stroke. “We are honored to be chosen as a recipient of the day’s fundraising activities, and delighted to see the commitment of the National Senior League to support Alzheimer’s research,” said Susie Brown, Executive Director of the NeuroScience Foundation. The National Senior Wii Bowling Day will target the 115,000 communities in the senior industry many of which have Wii bowling programs. Over the past three years of managing Wii bowling championships, the NSL has provided competition for Independent Senior Living Communities, CCRC’s, Assisted Living Communities, Nursing Homes, Rehab Centers, Senior Centers and Affordable Housing Communities. More than 225 communities and over 2,000 Wii bowlers have played in the NSL (www.nslgames.com). For more information and to support National Senior Wii Bowling Day visit www.nsl-alzheimer’s.org Brochure : NSL-ALZ Press Release.pdf
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