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Enriching Activity Programs Utilizing Maslow’s Theory

Enriching Activity Programs Utilizing Maslow’s Theory


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The application of Maslow’s theory provides a solid foundation in the construction of positive enrichment programming provided by activity professionals in retirement communities. The Learning Objectives of this course are:

  • Learn about Maslow’s hierarchy of needs theory
  • Gain knowledge on how to apply Maslow’s theory to activity programming
  • Examine the impact of person-centered care and staff training
  • Explore enrichment program design factors through music, exercise, art, and games
  • Organize the information into modules of cognitive, motor, social, and self-enrichment to encompass Maslow’s theory, person-centered care, and activity programming

This course is 5 CEUs