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Please tell me what type of Daily Participation forms are being used and if possible can they be sent for me to see.

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I shrink my activity calendar and put each resident's name, room number, and other information at the top of the page and they go into a notebook. When a resident comes to the scheduled activity, i take a hilighter and hilight the activity they attended. If they declined or was out of the facility i include that as well. I have a separate notebook for my resident's are receive in room visits.

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:D Hi, Everyone...I have a couple of sheets of Daily Participation sheets if anyone would like to use...And I have some 1:1 sheets too...Please e-mail me at hchrystal618@aol.com...I wouldn't mind sharing...And if there's anything that I have that can help let me know....Thanks, Chrystal Hoyle

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:D Hi, Everyone...I have a couple of sheets of Daily Participation sheets if anyone would like to use...And I have some 1:1 sheets too...Please e-mail me at hchrystal618@aol.com...I wouldn't mind sharing...And if there's anything that I have that can help let me know....Thanks, Chrystal Hoyle

 

 

Hi Crystal, I would like to have copies of your activity participation form and your l-l bed bound in room form. i have been doing activities for 29 years, yes 29 years and sometimes it is nice to change up. my email is TYPEROSE1@yahoo.com. Macclenny Nursing & Rehab Center, Macclenny, Florida 32063 - 40 miles west of Jacksonville, Florida. Talk to you soon, thanks Yvonne

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I would also like a copy of your forms for daily participation and one to one. I have been working on a re-do for mine and would love some ideas. My email is xtreme4jc1@yahoo.com.

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:D Hi, Everyone...I have a couple of sheets of Daily Participation sheets if anyone would like to use...And I have some 1:1 sheets too...Please e-mail me at hchrystal618@aol.com...I wouldn't mind sharing...And if there's anything that I have that can help let me know....Thanks, Chrystal Hoyle

 

 

 

Hi Chrystal please forward copy of your Daily Participation and 1:1 sheets to:campaind@veterans.nv.gov

 

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Dot

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I shrink my activity calendar and put each resident's name, room number, and other information at the top of the page and they go into a notebook. When a resident comes to the scheduled activity, i take a hilighter and hilight the activity they attended. If they declined or was out of the facility i include that as well. I have a separate notebook for my resident's are receive in room visits.

 

hi there, i do the same thing,except i keep their in room sheets with their calendar --

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hi there, i do the same thing,except i keep their in room sheets with their calendar --

 

 

 

Thank you!! that is a great idea and so dimple to use. It was right there in front of me all the time!!

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Just something else to add. I use the activity calander as well but i have found it very helpful to label what kind of participating they do. I use different color highlighters to label how they did in the activity. It seems more complicated but in the end it has really helped in the annual assessments and the careplan updates. If they are sleeping all the time, if they are really active, if they are just sitting there, if they don't come down at all. It really helps. Here is what i do......Green - actively participated, Pink- observed, Blue- Sleeping, yellow- particpated with extreme assistance (for people who cannot move thier hands, etc) I hope it helps.

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Just something else to add. I use the activity calander as well but i have found it very helpful to label what kind of participating they do. I use different color highlighters to label how they did in the activity. It seems more complicated but in the end it has really helped in the annual assessments and the careplan updates. If they are sleeping all the time, if they are really active, if they are just sitting there, if they don't come down at all. It really helps. Here is what i do......Green - actively participated, Pink- observed, Blue- Sleeping, yellow- particpated with extreme assistance (for people who cannot move thier hands, etc) I hope it helps.

THANK-YOU THIS SOUNDS GREAT. ALREADY USE THE CALENDAR FOR CHARTING ACTIVITIES BUT DIFFERENT COLORS WILL MAKE A BIG DIFFERENCE AND LESS BOOKS TO KEEP UP WITH. PMANGEFRIDA IN FLA.

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Click on the word Community on the black bar above and then on Downloads, there are forms in the download area that might help. There are a couple of participation forms.

 

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