RECFF-CT Recreation Facilitator for Older Adults

Objectives/Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the program, you should have the skills to:

  • Communicate using active listening as well as written, verbal, and non-verbal communication skills
  • Demonstrate personal integrity and accountability in all roles and responsibilities
  • Demonstrate professionalism by participating in life-long learning and advocating for the profession 
  • Apply the skills necessary to plan, promote, and deliver therapeutic programs 
  • Evaluate programs based on identified goals and objectives and make necessary modifications
  • Comply with workplace safety, privacy, and health regulations   
  • Demonstrate supervisory skills through planning, coordinating, and delegating tasks related to ongoing programming 
  • Create individual, small group, and large group program plans 
  • Use a variety of technologies to communicate, research, create documents, and utilize facility-specific software
  • Commit to advocating and supporting the individual through a sincere understanding of their holistic needs
  • Work within a recreation budget and perform related basic tasks
  • Use the appropriate documentation process for the assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation of all aspects of the profession


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