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  1. Title"Bonnie Barchicchats Senior Comedy Afternoons Bonnie Barchichats Senior Comedy Afternoons View full entertainer
  2. Hi Everyone!! Well, it's Hot off the Press and now into your hot little computer screens ready to entice you into coming to our next exciting and tasty show! So feast your eyes on the two attachments I've enclosed and tell all your friends, family and neighbors that you're planning on going to our show! You'll be glad you did. Why not have your own clan at your own table too!?? I love the music and mirth of the Irish so we'll truly be having one heck of a party and a show! You won't want to miss it! And if.. you didn't get a chance to visit the Airplane Park at the Proud Bird at the last show they'll be a tour with a docent as soon as the show finishes waiting to tell you all about their WW2 Planes in their newly remodeled park! So... here's an Irish blessing to leave you with.. May the luck of the Irish lead to happiest heights and the highway you travel be lined with green lights! And here's an Irish Fun Fact..The City of Chicago has been dying its River GREEN since 1962, it starts the morning of the parade at 9 AM March 17th! Be Well! And..YES..tickets will go on- sale on-line February 1st... but if you can't wait and want to send a check in ahead of time.. feel free! Just don't forget to tell me what you'd like for lunch! Always, I Live to Laugh! Bonnie Barchichat Executive Producer Senior Comedy Afternoons.com 714-914.2565 P.S. Please share this email with friends who can use some more fun, laughter and sociability in their life and then please feel free to give me physical addresses to add on to our growing mailing list. Who doesn't like mail!? P.P.S. Sponsors.. If you're Senior Friendly and want to meet our Audience here's your opportunity! Drop me a line and say tell me more! www.Here's the Proud Bird! ©2020 Senior Comedy Afternoons LLC. | 2313 Nelson Avenue, Redondo Beach, Ca. 90278
  3. 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
  4. I attended College and received 72 hours of Activity Coordinator Training and was awarded a certification of completion. I went for an interview on Monday, and Wed. During both of these interviews I was asked if I had completed the 24 hours of required training. After leaving the second interview, I wondered.... Does my certificate cover the "required by law/state agency/ 24 hours course" they are talking about? Is there some higher power (State Agency) that I was so post to forward my certificate to or take additional test, training hours, etc? Who is it that is the entity that is actually requiring anyone to hold a Activity Coordinator Training Certificate? Do I need CEU's? Are they required by anyone other than AC/AD professional organizations that are not required by law/licensing that I can join only if I wish? I was up until 2:30 in the morning searching for the answer on the internet (btw- this is how I found this website) this morning I spent several hours on the telephone going around in circles trying to find the answers. 916-552-8700 (licensing certifying board of California) nothing 916-322-2760 referred to another number800-807-6755 on hold and in the cue for over an hour, then when it was my turn... Disconnected 916-651-8848 no agent here either, and after pressing number after number I still did not get any info 211- referred to EDD.. EDD, go on line, nothing there regarding Activity Coordinators 714-567-2906 Public Health/Licensing for SNF--entity that completes state surveys, THEY REFERED ME TO GOOGLE "ACTIVITY COORDINATOR/DIRECTORS FOR THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA" I am frustrated, and back to exactly were I started yesterday! Can you help? incase this thread gets lost, my personal email is iairbrushu@yahoo.com Thank you, Dawn Livesay, LVN, AC
  5. The Villas at Stanford Ranch, Rocklin's luxurious assisted living community for seniors, is seeking an Activities Director to add to the team! Our assisted living community houses all three tiers - Memory Care, Assisted Living, and Independent Living. We are seeking an activities Director for our Independent and Assisted Living sector.. Are you an upbeat, happy-go-lucky, event planning, organized, outside the box thinker? If you answered yes, and meet the requirements below, apply today! Responsibilities include: Ensure our residents recognize personal satisfaction and enrichment through designing and implementing innovative and creative activities, programs, outings and other events. Develop newsletter content, flyers, activity calendars, one-pagers, and other collateral material that support resident/family/staff awareness and engagement. Collaborate with other Department Heads to ensure full visibility of programming. Develop, proactively plan and implement creative activities, outings and programs that enrich our resident's lives. Control costs, manage the activities budget, manage and inspire the activities team Promote participation in activities and help foster social connectedness between residents. Gather feedback from residents concerning activities and adjust programs to best meet the resident's needs. Involve family members and guests in activities/programs whenever possible. Coordinate resident transportation for needs including, but not limited to, activities, shopping, and doctor trips Establish and coordinate the Community Resident Council and attend all meetings Listen and respond to all resident problems, complaints, suggestions, and ideas regarding activities Coordinate use of all volunteers Document history of community with photographs and scrapbooks Works under general supervision but functions well with autonomy. MUST be a team player! Skills required: Excellent communication skills: You will be working with a variety of people and departments, so it's critical that you enjoy interacting with others on a daily basis and are comfortable speaking in front of small groups. Incredible attention to detail: It's the little things that count! Self-directed: Must be able to take a project, run with it, and (ideally) exceed expectations by anticipating needs. Creativity: We are a luxurious community and hold ourselves to a high standard. Creativity in developing outside the box activities that differentiate us from the competition is crucial. Organization: Amongst the chaos of the day to day responsibilities and activities, maintaining organization is a must. If you are looking for a rewarding position and a great company culture, we urge you to apply! The Villas At Stanford Ranch is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. Full-time Staffing staffing@thevillasatstanfordranch.com 1430 W. Stanford Ranch Rd. Rocklin, CA 95765 Phone: (916)741-7050 Fax: (916)259-2698
  6. Mike Chamberlin - The Singing TV Guy Do you need a great entertainer for your facility or event? Activity Directors Network my have just the one... With hundreds of facility appearances last year all through out the California and Arizonia areas, Mike is a popular guy! Call or email if you have a slot to fill, you wont be disappointed from Mike So here we go again! Take a deep breath, relax after the holidays and then let’scompare calendars. I’m already deep into booking 2018 and I’d like to get you onmy performance schedule for next year. This year I will be performing 4 shows,choose one or all!I PERFORM THESE SHOWS: 1) Music Through The Decades (Music from Irving Berlin to the Beatles)2) Love Songs of WWII (This year is the 76th anniversary of there Pearl Harbor attack)3) Music From The Movies (Academy Award Winning songs)—very popular with thesuccess of La La Land4) Christmas/Hanukah Program (this one books up quickly)MOST IMPORTANT IS THIS SHOW!As you know this year marks the 77th anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attacks. Last year marked the 72ND anniversary of the end of WWII. Recently I had the honorof performing my show “Love Songs of WWII” at a soldier reunion on board the QueenMary. I had goose bumps as I performed for WWII, Vietnam and Korean veterans onboard the ship the transported soldiers during the 1940’s. Some of the greatestlove songs of all time came out of the early 1940’s and the “call to arms.” Songslike “You’ll Never Know” and “White Cliffs Of Dover.” I’ve performed this showover 2,500 times! And the story telling of these songs is fascinating andinformative.I’d love to bring this show to POST. It’s a wonderful way to honor and payrespect to all veterans. Being a Viet Nam veteran myself, I absorbed these songsthrough my parents, as did many baby boomers.Please look and see if you have a slot for me in 2017/2018. Musically Yours Mike Chamberlin480-217-1389www.singingtvguy.com <http://www.singingtvguy.com/> E-mail: mpcputt@aol.com ------------------------------------------------------------------- Visit http://www.activitydirector.net/forum for more Facility Entertainers throughout the U.S.
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  8. 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
  9. Belmont Village Senior Living – San Jose Activity Assistant – Senior Living Full-time and Part-time positions available. 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 Bachelors 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: http://sanjose.belmontvillagejobs.com/index.php?jid=608 Belmont Village Senior Living is a leading senior living 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 – San Jose 500 South Winchester Blvd. San Jose, CA 95128 fax: 408-984-0767 Visit ActivityDirectorJobs.com for all the details - http://activitydirectorjobs.com/jobs/activity-assistant-full-time-part-time-san-jose-ca/
  10. My name is Michael Charles Smith and I play solo classical marimba! I play every thing from Bach to Jazz, and from Ray Charles to Radiohead. I mostly pay special events, but my favorite audiences are seniors at assisted living communities! I have been playing at some assisted living communities in Portland Oregon and always get a wonderful response, but its been hard to get a hold of most activity directors unless I physically hunt them down and show them a video of my playing. I would love any advise on how to reach a greater number of activity directors to market my talents! Thanks for you help! <www.michaelcharlessmith.com>
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