Programming

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18) Individualized Care Planning

• Assessment — MDS & RAP
• Interdisciplinary Team
• Care Planning, Approach, Progress Notes
• Professional Standards
• Legal — Ethical Issues
• Medical Terms
• Charting — Confidentiality
• Patient — Resident Involvement
• For Participant Learning
• Quality Indicators
• Individualized Service Plans
• Person Centered Care Planning/“I” Care Plans

19) Program Management

• Philosophy of Operation
• Expressive/Creative Program Scope — Physical, Mental, Social, Emotional, Community, Spiritual, Educational
• Program Planning — Resident Centered
• Organization — Calendar
• Program Implementation — Conducting Activities
• Evaluation Techniques
• Operating Audio—Visual Equipment
• Equipment & Supplies — Control, Safety Precautions, Resource Materials, Ordering
• Modes of Programming
• Operating Facility Vehicles

20) Computer Skills

• Word Processing
• Database
• Charting
• Desktop Publishing
• Games
• Participant Learning
• Internet

21) Program Types — Theory and Practice

• Supportive
• Maintenance
• Empowerment
• Exercise — General, Volleyball, e.g., Wheelchair, Reike, Tae Kwon Do, Yoga, etc.
• Social — e.g., Parties
• Outdoor — e.g., Barbecues, Games, Walks
• Away from the Facility — e.g., Visits to Community Places of Interest
• Religious — e.g., Bible Study, Services
• Creative — e.g., Crafts, Drama, Writing, Journaling, Scrapbooking,
• Educational — e.g., Current Events, Alzheimer’s Group, Adult Learning
• Residents with special needs — e.g., AIDS, DDs, MRs, MS et al.
• Resident Planned — e.g., Resident Council or Any Activity
• In-Room — e.g., Adapt Out-of-Room Activities
• Sensory — e.g., Braille Materials, Any Sensory Stimulation, Pet, Food Related, SnozelenTM, Meditation, Massage, Reflexology
• Reality Awareness e.g., with Other Programs
• Entertainment — e.g., Games, Entertainer Resources
• Self Help — e.g., Nail Polishing Group, Independent Activities
• Music — Basic & Adaptive Techniques

1. Accompaniment Instrument-Chord Structure, Ear Training
2. Recreational — Rhythm Instruments, Musical Games, Movement, Literature for the Aged

• Community Oriented e.g., Intergenerational, Community Groups in the Facility
• Computer Based
• Lesson Planning
• Technological Advancements
• Wii
• Outings/Policies and Procedures
• Recreational/Leisure Vehicle Training
• Bar Tending/Mixology/Wine Tasting
• Proper Food Handling Management/Personnel, Legal and Ethical Issues