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Cherie 19th Jun 2017 Leisure And Lifestyle Coordinator
I am after some tips on the on going process of evaluating activities. I would like to evaluate activities 3 monthly. Does anyone have such a form or any ideas they could share on this please.
Talita 22nd Jun 2017
Hi Cherie,

This is a good question to ask on our facebook group too:
Susan 24th Jun 2017 Activity Director
Hi Cherie
I would start by asking the residts at resident Council what they think of activities that you are doing now what they would like you to add and any other ideas they may have
You may also want to send a letter to family members or give them a form at a care plan meeting asking for their suggestions
To devise a form Think about the different types of activities that you do and think about what you do in each category
Then prepare and easy to follow easy to fill out large print form that you can give to resident and family members
Encourage residents and family members to fill out the forms
Be sure to give them enough time
Perhaps you can help some of those have difficulty writing or seeing
Then compile the results and see what you come up always good to have if certain residents complain about certain things you can I always show these forms
I will see if I can find a form online and get back to you later
I hope this helps
Susan 24th Jun 2017 Activity Director
Read this
Cut and paste these ideas as well as some of your current activities that are not well attended and some ideas for new activities
As I said make the form visually appealing and easy to fill out
Help those who might have some deficits
Juli 10th Jul 2017 Lifestyle Coordinator
Hi there I created a GAP group activity plan. This form consist of:
Where to find equipment
Who attends
Where is it held
Review 6monthly you can add wick questionnaire with this form and that also ticks another accreditation box. Mine is a little more comprehensive but this is a good start. I hope this helps

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