13 Things You Should Know About Each Resident

13 Things You Should Know About Each Resident

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When a new resident moves in to your community, your first step after welcoming them is to complete an assessment. This assessment helps you to get to know your residents, so that you are able to develop programs and opportunities designed just for them.

When a new resident moves in to your community, your first step after welcoming them is to complete an assessment. This assessment helps you to get to know your residents, so that you are able to develop programs and opportunities designed just for them.

In this article we cover:

  • Assessment Basics
  • 13 Things You Should Know About Each Resident
  • How to Share Useful Info With Your Activities Team
  • Assessments Never Stop


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Kaitlyn 11th Dec 2021 Rec Therapist
I know my regular bingo players "lucky numbers" and where they usually sit when they play so I make sure that they have cards with their numbers waiting for them.
Talita 13th Dec 2021
I love this tip!
Nikki 7th Dec 2021 Day Centre Coordinator
Their family structure, past and present. People who didn't have children can still be grieving about that in retirement so Mothers' Day activities need to be handled with care, and the person brought up in an Orphanage may become very sad if a 'School Days' theme brings back negative memories. With knowledge we can avoid these situations.
Susan 8th Dec 2021 Activity Director
Hi Nikki
Thank you for sharing this information
It is very helpful
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