In this section you will find templates of forms and documents that you can adapt to suit your clients. Save time by implementing tried & tested resources!
A Guide for Activity Coordinators working in Senior Care. Ask your clients for feedback regarding your Program and how to improve it. Survey template included.
In nursing homes and other long-term care facilities, loneliness, depression, and anxiety are considerable risk factors for residents. Mindfulness may help elders to find peace within themselves with daily practice.
This is a wonderful resource to help you plan ahead.
"Hi there just wanted to share one of my monthy calendars, I know from experience that when i first started at a rest home I was thrown in the deep end, and I just thought by sharing this it may help out a newbie to develop their activities programme"
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Cue Cards or Communication Cards are visual tools that can be used to overcome communication difficulties with clients living with dementia. They assist and support caregivers, staff and volunteers to engage with the person in their care.
This article provides a general guide Activity Coordinators can use to plan and implement an Induction & Orientation Program; the specific requirements for each facility will differ.
Print out your recreation therapy calendar each month and fill it in as you go! Events from the Golden Carers calendar are also pre-filled.
The step by step instructions of this handbook allow Activity staff to clearly understand their roles and responsibilities as well as the routine and practices expected by residents.
We have created mealtime placemats to assist with mealtimes, highlighting individual client needs.
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The Social & Cultural Profile Form is an important part of the overall assessment of each individual entering long term care.