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Dementia Care Approaches “Activity Programs that Made a Difference” Activity Professionals it is our time to shine! NAAP and CMS are working together to provide quality, effective, and enjoyable programs for our residents. It is our skills and experience, as well as our compassion that can reduce any number of drugs by spending some meaningful […]
January 20-25, 2013 NAP Week was created to celebrate the contributions of Activity Professionals in all senior living communities. This year’s theme is “Activites, A Sure Bet”. The NAPWeek Packet 2013 will provide you with ideas on how to celebrate NAP Week in your facility, community, or with fellow Activity Professionals. Please share by posting here how you […]
Welcome to NAAP’s new website. Many thanks go to Casey Corwin and Heather Evereth of Corwin Design and Brian Lang of Seniors in Touch for their expertise in helping to design our new website. Over the next few months we will continue to add new features. You will notice the new site has a flipbook […]
Care coordination functions, as carried out by registered nurses, should be federally reimbursed, a leading nurses group says.
A 53-year-old man with type 2 diabetes presents to his internist with erectile dysfunction, increased appetite, and blurry vision. At his last visit 6 months ago, his LDL-C was borderline high.
Submitted by: Gloria Hoffner/ GuitarwithGloria@yahoo.com The best tool for any activity director is education! There is valuable information in the activity director certification, the MEPAPS I & II courses, as well as the college courses required for certified therapeutic recreation specialists. Regional and national workshops, conferences and conventions provide information for answers to a variety […]