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Activity Survey (item #M2) $4.00
This one-page form that helps you identify the residents' satisfaction with the
Activity/Recreation programs at your facility. Note: This item is included in the Recreation Department Review Manual.
The "Activity Leadership Guidelines" outlines various leadership tips
for facilitating a successful group activity. You also receive the Activity Evaluation
Tool, that evaluates a group activity, in conjunction with the leadership guidelines. Note: This item is included in the Recreation Department Review Manual.
Department Review Manual 2nd Edition (item #M5) $39.95
Revised August 25, 2010 to include the MDS 3.0
manual was designed to assist the Recreation
Director or Recreation Consultant in providing
a thorough assessment of the facility’s
Recreation Department in Long-Term Care facilities.
The various audit tools may be utilized for quarterly
Quality Assurance projects, annual review of
the department, survey-preparations, or spontaneous
assessment. It is also a great tool for Recreation
Consultants or Recreation Directors that are
new to a particular facility. These tools will
assist the evaluator in determining the strengths
and weakness of the department while providing
the necessary information to assist in the formation
of a corrective plan of action. Directions for
use are provided for each audit tool.
This incredible manual consists of the following:
Recreation Department Overview, Environmental Review,
Supplies and Equipment Review, Activity Calendar
Review, Activity Calendar Analysis, Resident Rights/Resident
Council Review, Employee Review, Volunteer Review,
Activity Evaluation Audit, Documentation Audit,
Population Analysis, Resident Activity Survey,
Resident Interest Analysis, Resident Quality of
Life Continuum of Care Audit, and Population Quality
of Life Audit. Also included are two bonus materials:
Leader Facilitation Guidelines for Group Activities
and List of Activities by Category.
Quality of Life Audit Tools (item #M7) $15
Are you planning for the new CMS Activity Survey?
These audit tools are a must! The Resident Quality
of Life Continuum of Care Audit, is designed to
review sample residents at various times of the
day to ensure that they are provided with quality
of life strategies in conjunction with the Activity
Assessment and the Comprehensive Care Plan. With
this package you also receive the Population Quality
of Life Audit. This tool evaluates how many residents
are activity engaged or involved in various types
of activities (recreational or otherwise), versus
the amount of residents who are sleeping or sitting
idle. You can then review your calendar and make
any necessary adjustments. Note: This item is included in the Recreation Department Review Manual.
Book/Cards (item #M12) $8.00
This communication system includes a variety of pictures, along with text, to
assist individuals with language or communication barriers. You receive eight
8 1/2 by 11 pages with each page consisting of four pictures. Depending on the
needs of the residents, you can create a personalized communication book or 32
Laminate for long-term use.
Interdisciplinary Approach to Quality Of Life
In-Service (item #M16) $25
Do you need to educate health-care providers in your facility about the importance of an interdisciplinary approach to quality of life? Yes, we all do, especially with the institution of the CMS guidelines for Activities. This in-service will help you "break down the silos" in your facility and create a person-centered environment. You receive an outline, a student manual, several interactive exercises, certificate of attendance, in-service evaluation form, in-service sign in sheet, flyer to announce the in-service and a post test. You also receive a Powerpoint Presentation with teacher's notes to make your in-service complete. Participants will be able to:
*Recognize the importance of quality of life issues
*Identify benefits of meaningful activities to residents
*Describe the role of the Recreation/Activity Department
*Discuss interdisciplinary quality of life strategies
Orientation Manual and Checklist (item #M10)
The NJ regulations
require department-specific orientation programs
in long-term care facilities. Does your state have a similar requirement? Orientation programs
are crucial to ensuring that services are being
provided safely and properly. This orientation
program includes a 19 page Recreation Orientation
Manual and the accompanying checklist. The manual
covers everything from personnel information,
programming, techniques, working with other departments,
infection control, safety, supplies and equipment,