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  1. HIPAA for Activity Directors Activities professionals deal with resident information on a personal level, including but not limited to: family issues, special requests from the resident, newsletter articles, etc. Without a doubt, there is a great deal of detailed personal information that must be monitored to prevent unintended disclosure. The following information will hopefully ease your mind about HIPAA regulations. That way, y
  2. I have a board that all we do is list the daily events for activities on a white sheet of paper in very large print with the times and locations. I am looking for something more creative because I HATE IT! What kind of suggestions would you have for a makeover of this board? It's about 3ft wide by 4ft tall and stands on a metal bar. Words have to be large enough for them to see.
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