Two official associations represent Activity Professionals in the state of California. The Southern California Association of Activity Professionals (SCAAP) covers the 10 Southern California counties including San Luis Obispo. The Northern CaliforniaCouncil of Activity Coordinators (NCCAC) covers the counties north of San Luis Obispo. SCAAP is committed to advocating and supporting quality standards, educational training, […]
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NCAPA’s purpose is to expand and improve the quality of care in the programs for the elderly and infirm people its members serve. If you are an activity professional in the state of North Carolina, take this opportunity to network with others who make improving the quality of life for our aging or infirm population […]
The Colorado Activity Professionals’ Association (CAPA) is comprised of those professionals who work primarily in geriatric settings; Retirement, Assisted Living, Adult Day Programs, Senior Centers, and Long Term Nursing Facilities. CAPA is a regional association of Activity Professionals that draws its members from Colorado. In addition to practicing Activity Professionals, other members include students, volunteers, entertainers and […]
The Southern Nevada Activity Professional Association caters to Activity Professionals working in the long-term care setting in Southern Nevada. We provide continuing education on a local level. Visit their website.
Our Mission To provide a source of mutual support and sharing of ideas for all persons in the field of activity programming. To promote and offer educational opportunities that specifically address the Activity Professional and the needs of the people they serve. To work with other professional groups, regulatory agencies and provider representatives to insure […]
WRAP is a non-profit organization of Activity Professionals established in 1977 to: Promote professional & personal growth in the expanding field of therapeutic leisure programming Provide unique educational opportunities for all members of the health care team who value quality of life and quality of care Maintain a “legislatively aware” and “actively participatory” role in […]