Activity scheduling worksheet

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Overview

Research suggests that a person’s mood and quality of life is best supported when there is a balance between enjoyable activities, activities which provide a sense of achievement, and rest. Activity scheduling can help people achieve this balance by helping them to plan activities for the week ahead that give opportunities for enjoyment and achievement.

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    APS Member Resources Team
  • Publish date
    07 Sep 2015
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