Standard Occupational Classification (SOC): Amusement and Recreation Attendants
Amusement and recreation attendants are individuals who work in recreational facilities and assist with the operation of amusement rides, games, and other activities. They may also be responsible for supervising the use of recreational facilities and ensuring the safety of patrons. In the healthcare industry, amusement and recreation attendants may work in facilities such as hospitals, nursing homes, and rehabilitation centers, where they provide recreational activities and entertainment for patients, residents, and clients. These activities may include arts and crafts, sports and games, and social events. Amusement and recreation attendants in healthcare settings may work with patients of all ages and with a variety of medical conditions, and they may be responsible for adapting activities to meet the needs and abilities of individual patients. To become an amusement and recreation attendant, individuals typically need to have a high school diploma or equivalent, and they may be required to complete on-the-job training. Some states may also require amusement and recreation attendants to be licensed or certified.
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