Recreation

A community assessment begins with a basic windshield survey where each community subsystem is explored.  Explore ways you can use recreation to promote and support health and gain an understanding of how social interaction and recreation influence health. 

Click on the Enter Sentinel City® and continue your virtual experience by taking a bus tour of Sentinel City®.  Since this is your second tour, feel free to choose any bus speed and/or get off the bus at any time to walk around.  As you take the tour, write down your observations, specifically focusing on the subsystem: recreation.  Meet with Mayor Hill to discuss the subsystem: recreation.  Compile your observations and any demographic information addressing each item listed in the first column of the rubric.  We encourage you to add other relevant characteristics you observe that may not be listed in the first column as you complete this activity. 

Reading and Resources

Harkness & DeMarco (2016) Read Chapter 14 & 15

Review Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2013). National Notifiable Infectious Conditions. 

Additional Instructions:

  1. All submissions should have a title page and reference page.
  2. Utilize a minimum of two scholarly resources.
  3. Adhere to grammar, spelling and punctuation criteria.
  4. Adhere to APA compliance guidelines.
  5. Adhere to the chosen Submission Option for Delivery of Activity guidelines.

Submission Option

Paper

  • 1 to 2-page paper. Include title and reference pages.

Description: The baccalaureate graduate nurse will apply leadership concepts, skills, and

decision making in providing care in a variety of settings.

Course Competencies: 7) Conduct a windshield survey. 8) Develop a plan to meet an identified

need in the community.

QSEN Competency: 1) Patient-Centered Care

BSN Essential II

Area Gold

Mastery

Silver

Proficient

Bronze

Acceptable

Acceptable

Mastery not

Demonstrated

Observations

Parks,

playgrounds,

basketball courts,

bike/walking

paths.

Public or private

recreation or

youth centers.

Clearly

addresses and

discusses all of

the listed

observations in a

comprehensive

and detailed

manner with 2 or

more specific

examples.

Includes

additional

issues, not listed

Three or more of

the listed

observations are

not present or

discussed in

depth

Provides three

observations

with

descriptions.

Two or less of

the listed

observations are

not present or

discussed in

depth

Provides two

observations

with

descriptions. .

Does not include

observations

Provide three

examples of how

recreation can

support

communities

Provide three

examples of how

recreation can

support

communities

Provide two

examples of how

recreation can

support

communities

Provide one

example of how

recreation can

support

communities

Does not address

section

APA, Grammar,

Spelling, and

Punctuation

No errors in APA,

Spelling, and

Punctuation.

One to three errors

in APA, Spelling,

and Punctuation.

Four to six errors

in APA, Spelling,

and Punctuation.

Seven or more

errors in APA,

Spelling, and

Punctuation.

References Provides two or

more references.

Provides two

references.

Provides one

references.

Provides no

references.