NEW LIVE CLASS FOR ACTIVITY DIRECTOR CERTIFICATION>>>>.
*ACTIVITY DIRECTOR CERTIFICATION Class...
Long-term Care State Certification
Live Class on November 15,16,17, and 18th, 2021
This Live Workshop meets the 36 hour training requirements of the State Administrative Rules for the State of Oregon and any state requiring 36 hours or less.
Class covers at the areas of Documentation, Quality of Life and Person-centered Care, MDS. CAT, CAA and Quaraterly Report writing, Diagnoisis and care treatments for Activity Scope of Practice, Program Planning and Implementation, Critical Pathways for Resident Council and Activity Department Functions, Residents Rights, Quality Assurance Issues, Memory Care Behaviors and Needs, Alzheimer's and other Dementia Types, Management of Personnel and Volunteers, and Covid Activities. Text and Videos included in class presentations. Text available in Digital or Hard Copy forms.
To be Certified you must attend all for sessions. Complete reading and video viewing requirements, complete to practicums on documentation and calendar planning, pass the final examination with 70% of better score.
All Attendees will be required to wear a mask and practice social distancing guidelines, seating will be 6 feet apart. Class will be limited to 10 students. Cost of Class is 260.00 per student. Registration by November 8th, late resigistration fee is additional 20.00.
Time is 8:00 to 4:30PM daily. Lunch not provided but snacks and refreshments are provided at AM and PM Breaks.
Location: Class will be taught in the Wilsonville area.
or call Connie Ratti at 503-740-9706 or watch an introductory video
on YouTube: https://www.youtu.be/ZnC1cFLkFZg
*See more offerings from Portland Community College under Courses Tab for classes from the Gerontology Department. College credit available and eligible for CEU credits.
*See Best Practices Tab...new ideas on covid activities and use of high tech electronics for resident participation.
* VIDEOS ON YOUTUBE... 30 videos
Activity Director, Best You Can Be.....
Sex and Seniors: understand sexuality and seniors' interest and needs for positive and healthy outcomes. Direct link: https://youtu.be/SzbCVvBfwG8
New Videos coming this fall and winter:
* Cultural Change/Competency
* Quality Assurance and Program Improvement
See videos that are just for Activity Directors and Life Enrichment Directors...
New Videos on.....Why Activities Matter... Resident Council... Volunteers... the UnFair Hearing Test...Vision Impairments -what they can see and not see... Person-Centered Interviews... Person-Centered Activities for the Mildly Impaired... How to implement Person Center Care and Self-Directed Activities... Why Rounds are Important... Different Behaviors... Modified Sports/Wheelchair Friendly.... 18 more short but informative Videos to make your work easier... how to use adaptive equipment... lots of new information on regulations. FINALLY, Information that Activity Professionals need whether you are a new activity professional or as an experienced activity professional refresh/motivate and make your work easier.
ADVANCE ACTIVITY DIRECTOR CLASS>>> Portland Community College/
Gerontology Department. Class number GRN264... to be offered in January 2022 ,prepares you for National Certification through APNCC. This class is offered in summer and winter terms. Registration open currently. Class begins on June 21, 2021. Can be completed in10 weeks or sooner as it is a self-paced class online with personal zoom sessions with the instructor.
ACTIVITY DIRECTOR TRAINING>>>> Portland Community College/ Gerontology Department. Class number GRN165-
New Activity Director Certification Class starts Fall - September 6, 2021. Class text, forms, practicums on Documentation and Calendar Building. Covers the ten areas of Certification Required by State Regulations. Class includes videos to supplement reading materials/ 2 zoom sessions for demonstrations on Documentation and Calendar Planning. Class runs for ten weeks, but the student may complete at their own pace -sooner or later as needed for certification. Students must register with Portland Community College to attend this class. This class will be offered only in Spring and Fall terms.
If you have additional questions or concerns contact:
Connie Ratti at 503-740-9706 or email@example.com or
Mike Faber at firstname.lastname@example.org
Enjoy - and let us know how else we may help your career growth....we are a non-profit association for the growth and education of Activity Professionals.
As an association and organization we have enjoyed a tremendous growth and will be expanding our services and offerings. We have changed our name from Oregon Activity Professionals and Oregon Dementia Professionals to the Organization of Activity and Dementia Professionals.
We will soon include standards for International Geriatric Activity Professionals. This will include all our past avenues of services to the Activity and Dementia Profession, and add a component to help and encourage activity and dementia training/education to a world-wide scope.
The need for professional activity and dementia vocations is a human need and a global need. It affects all peoples and locations, we are proud to be a part of this growth because what you do matters.
Connie Ratti, CTRS, CADDCT,CDP, ICCDP, CMDCP, ACE-BC
or call 503-740-9706