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May 2021 Newsletter

May 1, 2021

Hi there,

Feeling burnt out, or at a loss for new activity ideas? In this issue, we are sharing tips to cope with Activity Director burnout as well as one-on-one activity ideas to continue supporting your COVID-19 protocols.

Plus, don't miss out on Welbi's eBook this month, The Business of Wellness for Senior Communities, it's packed full of industry statistics and future trends to keep your residents satisfied.


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Don't Skip Out on Welbi's Free eBook!

Understanding the impact of wellness is incredibly important for your community's success! Our eBook will teach you the elements of a successful wellness program, how to analyze the value of yours, and how to tie your program to real business results such as occupancy, revenue and profit.

Download for free →

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Activity Ideas

One-On-One Activity Ideas For Your Community

As the world begins to return to normal, we understand that many communities are still taking precautions to reduce the risks of COVID-19 with one-on-one activities. To help, here is another installment of our activity idea series for your community, featuring only one-on-one ideas activities. From discovering the world virtually to indoor gardening, we hope these ten activity ideas for senior communities during COVID-19 quarantines inspire you.

See the activities →

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Featured Article

How to Cope With Activity Director Burnout

Activity Professionals are essential to a senior living community. They work hard every day to promote health and happiness for residents in the community. Unfortunately, the profession is often undervalued and underappreciated despite a recent shift towards wellness in the industry. Due to these factors, burnout can be common. Get some helpful tips on coping with this reality.

Discover the five tips →

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Welbi Spotlight

Welbi Users Reveal Their True Superheroes

Residents at our client community, Berwick Qualicum Beach, recently celebrated Superhero Day where staff dress up as superheroes. Some residents surprised them by borrowing housekeeping and culinary team uniforms to dress up as their superheroes, the staff. It is stories like these that warm our hearts and remind us of why we do what we do!

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