How to write an Activity-Based Care Plan

How to write an Activity-Based Care Plan

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This article provides a guide to creating Activity-Based Care Plans for residents in long-term care.


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gladyz 25th Sep 2018 Recreational Activities
Hi thanks for your help, I would like if you can help me how to write about sensory, sensitive,cognitive and some examples please. Thanks gladyz
Talita 30th Sep 2018
Hi Gladyz,

There are a few care plan samples available here:
https://www.goldencarers.com/care-plans/

Hopefully this helps!
Norma Jean 20th Aug 2018 Activities Director
It's been many years since Ive worked in this field. This website has been my weekly go to for activities and calendar planning. I'm about to try the reports part of the site. I'm thrilled so far and appreciate all of you who share.
Talita 26th Aug 2018
Thank you so much for your feedback Norma Jean, we appreciate it so much!
Ngoc 11th Jan 2018 lifestyle student
I am so happy to come back with Golden carers , my job will be struggling without you
I feel like blessing to get to know this wonderful website
Thank you very much Golden carers,
Hope you all have a wonderful and successful new year.
Talita 14th Jan 2018
Thank you so much Ngoc, wishing a wonderful year too! All the best!
dorothy 28th Jul 2016 diversional therapist
don't forget the emotional , Cultural and spiritual care plan
Marija 9th May 2014 Recreation Therapist
Us beginners in our work, paperwork is the most difficult part of the job. Your advice and example helps a lot. Thanks a lot!!
Marija
Michelle 19th Feb 2014 Recreation Activities Officer
Agree with Maryann, remember the care plan and program must include choices to allow person centred care. Not what the Lifestyle/Activities Team are good at doing or enjoy.
MARYANN 18th Feb 2014 Diversional Therapist/Lifestyle Manager
As a Qualified D.T. can l say congratulation the information you are providing is fantastic - just a reminder to all - LOOK OUTSIDE THE SQUARE but always remember the PERSON - CENTRE PRESON CARE. (Ask the person)
We sometimes forget Community Social Interaction in our programs
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