The Importance of Documentation for Activity Directors

The Importance of Documentation for Activity Directors

User Profile By Susan Berg   United States

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If you ask most activity professionals what their least favorite part of the job is, they will say the documentation. It is part of our job to make sure that activities and attendance are recorded accurately.

If you ask most activity professionals what their least favorite part of the job is, they will say the documentation. It is part of our job to make sure that activities and attendance are recorded accurately.

In this article we cover:

  • Types of documentation
  • Why should you document activities
  • "If it's not documented it didn't happen"
  • Who documents what?
  • Easier ways to manage documentation


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Nina 17th Sep 2019 Activity Director
I'm struggling with how to put together a Q AND A
Solange 17th Sep 2019 Diversional Therapist
Hi Nina and Leticia, what subject/theme are you considering for the Q & A?
Leticia 18th Dec 2018 Activity Director
Do you have information about how to do QA&A
Susan 21st Aug 2018 Activity Director
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