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Hi there, Can anyone help me. I am looking for a way to make our monthly calendars larger. Letter size is hard for them to read. I am looking for a template or program that I can use regularly to make larger calendars

 

I have a new program and it is wonderful it is online and you have to pay for it but it is worth every cent lost of information I will post the address when I get back to work for you I think it is www.activitydirectorsnetwork.com my residents and staff love the large print:)

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Hi!! I have a large calendar template you can use. I made it on publisher. It prints on six 11x17, you then trim the overlap and glue stick it together. Give me your e-mail address.

 
 
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Hi there, Can anyone help me. I am looking for a way to make our monthly calendars larger. Letter size is hard for them to read. I am looking for a template or program that I can use regularly to make larger calendars

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I have a large calendar template you can use. I made it on publisher. It prints on six 11x17, you then trim the overlap and glue stick it together. Give me your e-mail address.

 

Can you email your large calendar template to me? leahmarie98@ymail.com

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In the patient rooms, I like to custom make a daily or weekly activities calendar. I use white boards and dry erase markers and make a unique calendar based on the needs of the patient. Of course, these calendars are for 1on1 activities and not for group events. I often take blue masking tape in making a grid on the white board. Patients love to have a individualized calendar. I use the 1on1 calendars because we have swing bed patients that only stay for a few days, while other stay for a few months. The majority of swing bed patients only stay in that status for 4-5 days.

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