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I was taught in school that every Resident had to have an activity calander posted in the rooms at eye level. As far as I know this is a State reg.

My Administrator had the staff go around and remove all of the calanders in residents rooms, because

"Coorporate" doesn't want tape, staples, or push pins in the walls because it is a fire hazard. She refuses to buy cork boards or frames for the rooms.

My question is how do you display your calanders in your resident's rooms?

Does anyone know if this is actually a reg?

Any feedback will be appreciated.

Thanks,

Cindy

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I was taught in school that every Resident had to have an activity calander posted in the rooms at eye level. As far as I know this is a State reg.

My Administrator had the staff go around and remove all of the calanders in residents rooms, because

"Coorporate" doesn't want tape, staples, or push pins in the walls because it is a fire hazard. She refuses to buy cork boards or frames for the rooms.

My question is how do you display your calanders in your resident's rooms?

Does anyone know if this is actually a reg?

Any feedback will be appreciated.

Thanks,

Cindy

 

I have been told by many that its a reg but never seen it in any regulations I've browsed through. But I'm not sure about your state regs. My only suggestion would be to just make sure each resident receives a copy of the calendar... but i cant believe you cant get a frame or cork board.

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I have been told by many that its a reg but never seen it in any regulations I've browsed through. But I'm not sure about your state regs. My only suggestion would be to just make sure each resident receives a copy of the calendar... but i cant believe you cant get a frame or cork board.

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Hello, My Name is Cindy Martinez. My Administrator doesn't like tape or staples either. Ask for the clear acrylic document holders. I don't know how many beds are in your facility, but yes it is state law. Who ever orders your office supplies should be able to get them for you. I post a daily calendar in our main dining room using one.

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