MBK Senior Living Celebrates National Activity Professional Week

The social, physical, and creative activities that make up an Assisted Living activity program are important in helping residents feel at home. And the activity professionals who build these programs are to be celebrated for their commitment to the enrichment of residents’ lives.

National Association of Activity ProfessionalsThat’s exactly what happened last week during National Activity Professionals (NAP) Week. According to the National Association of Activity Professionals, “NAP Week was created to celebrate the contributions of Activity Professionals in all senior living communities.”

One Assisted Living company recognizing NAP Week was MBK Senior Living. According to Corporate Director of Marketing Robin Craig, “We at MBK have been recognizing and celebrating our Activity Directors all week by sharing profiles about them on our Facebook page.” This was a great way to honor the vibrant individuals who head each community’s activity programming as well as an opportunity for colleagues to share their appreciation. One of MBK’s executive directors commented, “Thank you for all you do to constantly elevate the quality of life for those you serve. Your jobs are so important and your influence priceless.”

MBK Senior Living profiles activity directors on Facebook during National Activity Professionals WeekThank you to all the activity professionals enriching the lives of California’s residents! To see all of the activity director profiles, visit MBK Senior Living’s Facebook page. How did you honor your activity professionals last week?


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