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Hi my name is Kathy Gates I am an AD at Horizons Care Center in Eckert Colorado. I have written my activities department mission statement so many times, it is really difficult to pinpoint exactly what you want to say in a brief statement, anyone have any ideas?

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Here is an example for you:

  • Plan, organize, and implement life enriching activities based on unique preferences and personalities of residents.
  • Build meaningful relationships with residents and their families as we provide assistance with daily living.
  • Maintain comprehensive assessments and progress notes of the activity needs of each resident and follow HIPPA guidelines.
  • Develop and maintain a good rapport with all service teams involved with care and planning

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I just wrote one for the MEPAP1 course I'm taking:
Together we create individual and group spaces for residents to engage physically, spiritually, mentally, socially, altruistically and creatively through purposeful recreational activities that contribute to the holistic well-being of residents.

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My name is Elaine and this is my first post. There is a ton of great stuff on this community. Thank you all for your input!

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Enriching the lives of those we serve with compassion, respect, excellence and integrity. Every day is an opportunity for Brookdale associates to deeply connect with people in a profound and personal way.

(I volunteer in the activity department there once a week. I love it!) 

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Here is one written by me

Life Enrichment Mission Statement:

“Our mission is to plan and implement activities based on residents’ unique interests, background, and skills, to consistently evaluate and improve activities, and to ensure each person’s leisure pursuits, big or small, are attended to.”

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     Thank you for correcting the information that was released. I recently took the test for certification with NAAPCC and it was a very comprehensive and thorough test. It was not a simple easy test to get you certified. You had to know the information in order to complete and pass. I would recommend this avenue to anyone especially if finances are a struggle for MEPAP I & II. I did purchase the book for long-term care seventh edition and without that I would have struggled.
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    Celeste is awesome!! Anytime i have a question she gets right back with me and she is very informative. At first I didn't know if i was going to like the new course just for the fact my MEPAP course was the own pace and I work Full time plus have 3 kids. But i am loving it! It is very structured and with due dates I feel like i am holding myself more accountable for completed assignments sooner than later. It has actually been a beneficial change for me.. Thanks so much!!!
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    Good Evening I wanted to let you know that I had completed mepap 1 and had only a couple weeks left of mepap 2 so I had looked at path 2 and have taken the activities test and passed so just sending in the application. I wanted to thank you for giving all your time to us even while Kathy was ill. It didn't go unnoticed, you was a great support and helpful at ideas or even different ways of changing thoughts to positive while feeling defeated. Thank You Stacey Passa AP-BC
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