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Innovative Activities: Preserving Functional Ability During the COVID-19 Crisis

Fri, 5/22/2020 at 11:30 am - Fri, 5/22/2020 at 12:30 pm (PDT)

COVID-19 has truly exposed the life-sustaining need for social engagement in our elderly population. The activity professional has stepped up and met the challenge during this unprecedented event. Through the use of technology, creative approaches and innovative adaptations, the psychosocial and functional needs of our senior population have been met in this time of crisis. 

Join Comagine Health for a session featuring activity professionals who will share their experiences from the front line and explore the current state of social engagement within our care communities in relation to regulatory expectations and guidance. We will review the positive takeaways of this experience and how social engagement will forever be changed in a care community.

About the Presenter

Alisa Tagg, BA ACC/EDU CADDCT CDP CDCS, association director of the National Association of Activity Professionals, has been a certified activity consultant since 2006 and an activity director working primarily in skilled nursing facilities since 1995. Ms. Tagg serves as the chief executive officer of the Southern Nevada Activity Professional Association. She enjoys teaching the MEPAP education course to new activity professionals and also works as an independent consultant in various facilities throughout Southern Nevada.

United States
Program / Initiative
Partnership to Reimagine Health Care