The National Association of Activity Professionals is pleased to announce our Mid-Year Open Board meeting will be held on Monday, November 16th at 6:00 PM EST. We are even more excited to announce that this meeting will be open to all members and available via GoTo Meeting (the service we use for our education sessions) In order to attend, you will need to register with the office via email at email@example.com to receive a special link and code for participating in this meeting. This meeting will last approximately one hour in length. We look forward to your attendance.
The Danya Institute, based in Silver Springs, MD published in their recent Dialogue Newsletter, an article from guest writer, Johanna Dolan, CEO of Dolan Research International, reflecting on the topic of recovery. SAMHSA defines this as “a process of change through which individuals improve their full potential.” It is an invitation to explore dimensions of […]
Yes, I contend activity professionals can save the world of LTC by stepping away from the institutional ways and into normal, real life. That’s all anyone wants, normal life. No one wants an institutional life. Everyone wants their real life. In fact, the culture change movement has taught me a person’s life moving into a […]
As we gracefully embrace the golden years of life, nurturing our physical and mental well-being becomes an invaluable endeavor. Enter the world of Tai Chi and Qigong – two ancient practices that offer seniors a remarkable pathway to vitality and serenity. In this article, we will explore how Tai Chi and Qigong can enrich the […]
Join Creative Spark as we tap into our internal motivators and re-ignite purpose and meaning in our work. Creating Joy at Work guides participants through interactive exercises, to bolster joy and well-being in your already busy work environment. is a Embrace a creative, joyful approach to your work and explore the benefits of joy […]
Isn’t it interesting, we use fancy terminology in this work with precious people? I’ve been reminded and I love passing it on that sundowning means a person needs sun. Glorious sunshine has so many benefits. One is resetting our circadian clock. Circadian rhythm refers to our body’s light = awake and dark = sleep rhythm. […]