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MEPAP I & II Activity Training Online Class Starts Oct 7th


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Dear AD Network Member, Activity Directors Network is now accepting Enrollments for our January 8th MEPAP I and MEPAP 2. Both classes start Tuesday January 8th.

  • 1. Download our enrollment packet at :: http://www.activitydirector.net/certification/
  • 2. Complete the Enrollment Form included in the packet and fax to the number included (1-866-405-5724) NOTE: Please include a call back number.
  • 3. Our Enrollment Coordinator will call to confirm your enrollment and setup your account and payment method ( PO, CreditCard, Company Check, Payment Plan)

Enrollments will be accepted through 12:00 Noon cst, January 8th


NCCAP Approved - MEPAP 2nd Edition Part 1 and Part 2 required for Activity Director Certification, with the most up to date curriculum available.


: Online Classroom

: Weekly Written and Fieldwork Assignments

: Weekly Chat Sessions

: Online Classroom Discussion Boards

: LiveHelp!

: Phone, Email and Fax Support

: Login 24/7 to Complete Weekly Assignments


The course start date is set for January 8th, 2008. Enrollments are set on a first come, first serve basis and payment or PO is required in order to hold your place in the course.


We offer Purchase Orders for Company or Corporate Payment as well as a Personal Payment Plan // 50% down and 50% due on the 8th week of the course.




For more information or to enrol call Cheryl at 1-888-238-0444.


To Download Our Enrollment Packet, Purchase Order please visit


:: http://www.activitydirector.net/certification/index.htm ::




:: Consider the following before enrolling:


- Approved by the National Certification Council for Activity Professionals (NCCAP) these classes meet the education standards of the modular education program, 2nd edition, part 1.


- These courses are online courses and therefore basic computer skills are necessary. Students must be familar with typing a college formated paper within a Word Processor Program (MS Word, Word Perfect, MS Works etc.) and uploading, printing & faxing or attaching the saved file. The class can be accessed from any computer with an internet connection 24hrs / 7days a week .. home and office.


- The length of these courses is 16 weeks each, broken down into 90 hours of practicum and 90 hours of course work.


- The cost per course is $600.00.


- Upon completion of MEPAP I you will be considered "Qualified" under Federal Regulation F249, Activity Director Qualified


- Upon completion of MEPAP I & II you will be eligable, pending NCCAP.org Track Completion, to be Nationally AD Certified


- There are certain tracks which must be fulfilled in order to complete your AD Certified Classification (Visit nccap.org for details).


- These courses offer the training opportunities for Activity Professionals seeking national certification as a Activity Director or an Activity Assistant.


- Each student is given total access to Activity Directors Online Resources Site for the duration of the course. Monthly Planners, 1000's of Activities, Care Plan Assistant, Live Help! Consulting and more...


These Basic and Advanced Activity Programs have the convenience and affordability you have been waiting for!


Accepted for most US States


Inquire about Corporate rates and purchase orders.


All credit cards accepted!




For more information or to enroll call Cheryl at 1-888-238-0444.


for further enrollment information please visit






Support Link:: http://www.NCCAP.org/certification/certifi...vels/index.shtm




"This is the new era of "Culture Change" for the nursing home industry, and everyone better get used to it!" This was just one of the many quotes sounded at this years SORIM/LTC Seminar in Tampa. The Symposium on Regulatory Issues for Management in Longterm Care the annual meeting of our state surveyors, CMS officials and Federal Regulators.

Bill Freiberg (Publisher, Current Activities) attended the seminar and spoke first hand with many of our CMS Surveyors who believe that the Activities Profession could well become one of the most important in the longterm, geriatrics care industry, as it will be at the center of the new culture change. All AD's should be focusing on getting educated, and sharing information like this with everyone in the LTC Industry and being prepared. Federal Regulators and CMS Surveyors will have new computerized surveying system along with the possibility of stiffer civil penalties to enforce the New Code of Federal Regulations. All of us AD's need to be sure that we are or getting certified, keeping our CEU's up to date & attending as many seminars as possible that will enhance our education.





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