The Plano Campus (Spring Creek) is closed through Sunday, March 14th due to weather damage. All classes at the Plano Campus (Spring Creek) will be online until further notice and students should contact their professors with any questions.
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Marketable Skills

• Assess individual patient/resident/client, family, care team, community, and population health needs.
• Promote equity in healthcare delivery.
• Provide person-centered meaningful engagement.
• Conduct culturally sensitive evaluations of patients.
• Apply emotional, spiritual, social, intellectual, and physical wellness components to respond to social determinants of health.
• Plan, design, and implement activity care professional programming.
• Demonstrate ethical and legal responsibility for the profession, upholding resident/client rights.
• Apply HIPAA, HITECH, and CMS rules and regulations to provide secure patient/resident/client needs within scope of the activity care profession.
• Integrate concepts of psychological wellbeing and social connectiveness theories to meet the needs of patient/resident/client.
• Demonstrate proficiency in verbal and written communication to include professional acumen.
• Collaborate and coordinate with care team, individuals, family, and individual volunteers from diverse community-based organizations.
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