MHT 1256 Administration of Activity Programming II
Refine person-centered care with adult client population. Care planning practices. Care giving practices. Contrast different possibilities for group settings and calendar production. Activity service standards and design elements for risk management. Policy and procedural development. Three classroom, three clinical hours per week (NCCAP requirements met).
Division: Health Sciences
Department: Human Services and Behavioral Health
Repeatable Credit: No
Offered Online: Yes
- Illustrate the differences between policies and procedures and be able to construct policies, procedures and task outlines.
- Create and design activity planning and programming for long term care facilities to promote person-centered care that addresses the care plan goals.
- Conduct assessment of individuals residing in long term care to determine activities that would benefit their health and well-being.
- Prepare a volunteer handbook to act as a guide for managing a volunteer department.
- Demonstrate basic knowledge concerning therapeutic techniques for all levels of care.
- Identify and apply various activity treatment modalities at clinical site.
- Analyze the characteristics of the role of the leader of an activity department including ethical expectations and tasks of the leader.
- Describe and apply various interview techniques to foster communication with the resident and the interdisciplinary team.
Credit Hours: 4
Classroom Hours: 3
Clinical Hours: 3