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  1. Hello all! I have a question about staff entering activities and what regs are associated with them. My formers supervisor informed me years ago that staff were not allowed to enter an activity for any reason, besides emergencies. My new supervisor is now challenging this notion, and states that he believes that it isn't a state reg and is asking for proof. I don't have any proof, and have looked through the new guidelines and can't find anything. Now I am doubting my current view. Does anyone know of the specific reg that talks about not allowing staff, or outside vendors/doctors/
  2. Creating In-Services for your Activity Department and the Facility by M. Celeste Chase AC-BC, ACC, CDP ActivityDirector.org Learning opportunities through in-services not only sends an intrinsic message that staff is highly valued but will also boost employment retention and job satisfaction. Appropriately supported, in-services have an added benefit of preventing job burnout for those in the demanding healthcare industry and that is a win-win for everyone! Interpretive Guidelines Tag 679 – Identifies that “all staff” is accountable for assuring that meaningful activities are provided t
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