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Foundations Of Therapeutic Recreation

Author : Terry Robertson
ISBN : 0736062092
Genre : Education
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Therapeutic Recreation is defined as "the provision of treatment and recreation services to persons with illnesses or disabling conditions". Aimed at students and professionals in the field, this book presents a comprehensive introduction to the profession, providing theory and practice for the 21st Century.

Foundations Of Therapeutic Recreation

Author : Terry Long
ISBN : 9781492550440
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Through Foundations of Therapeutic Recreation, students will be able to achieve these objectives: -Gain a 21st-century vision of the profession provided by leading thinkers in the field -Learn the attributes and skills they need in order to thrive in various career paths in the profession -Interact through the text, technology, and media responses to more thoroughly understand the field and profession Foundations of Therapeutic Recreation provides readers with a comprehensive introduction to the profession. The book draws on the combined wisdom, experience, and technical expertise of 23 professors and leaders in the field. From these contributors, readers gain access to diverse perceptions, philosophies, and practices for therapeutic recreation in the 21st century. The book showcases how the profession addresses various clients' needs throughout the life span through therapeutic programs, modalities, and activities. It also -presents a wide range of applications, allowing readers to explore their personal and professional options; -provides insight into the basic knowledge, attributes, and skills students need in order to thrive in the field; and -delineates career paths in the profession and how a therapeutic recreation specialist works with various populations. Edited by Dr. Terry Robertson and Dr. Terry Long, Foundations of Therapeutic Recreation has a comprehensive vision. The contributors present the broad scope of therapeutic recreation as research and practice across a diverse demographic of clients and consumers. The contributing authors explore various perspectives on therapeutic recreation and present standards and certification information that prepare students for the profession. Part I defines therapeutic recreation as a profession and provides an overview of its history and of the professional opportunities available. Part I also explores the profession's person-first philosophy and outlines the therapeutic recreation process as well as its models and modalities of practice and its allied professions. Part II delves into trends and issues, looking at demographics, economics, politics, and legislation as they affect the profession. It details international issues and paradoxes and concludes with future perspectives. Part III examines mechanisms for intervention from a number of perspectives, including orthopedic and neurological impairment, developmental disabilities, mental health, youth development, aging, and wellness. Foundations of Therapeutic Recreation contains chapter discussion questions to expand students' learning as well as Outstanding Professionals and Client Portraits sections to help students gain insight into various career paths. The book is accompanied by an instructor guide, PowerPoint presentations, and a test package available via the text's Web site to support the classroom instruction and enhance learning. The entire package gives students a solid grounding in the profession as it is today and a clear understanding of where the profession is headed tomorrow.

Conceptual Foundations For Therapeutic Recreation

Author : David R. Austin
ISBN : 1892132303
Genre : Medical
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This book provides empirically based theoretical perspectives on key concepts, timely topics, practical professional information, historical and philosophical perspectives from leaders in therapeutic recreation, and insight into leaders who helped advance the profession. Concepts and topics include coverage of conceptual models, behavior modification, social support, self-determination and enjoyment, control, the therapeutic relationship, therapeutic outdoor programming, cultural competence, evidence-based practice, and healthcare in America, therapeutic recreation education, training in physical activity, making presentations, attending conferences, and professionalism.

Kraus Recreation Leisure In Modern Society

Author : Mclean
ISBN : 9781284106817
Genre : Medical
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The Eleventh Edition of Kraus' Recreation and Leisure in Modern Society provides a detailed introduction to the history, developments, and current trends in leisure studies. It addresses contemporary issues facing the recreation and leisure profession and focuses on challenges and opportunities that impact the profession now as well as years from now. Extensive research into emerging trends helps support the text and provide insights into the future.

Therapeutic Recreation

Author : Marcia Jean Carter
ISBN : 9781478608233
Genre : Medical
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A long-standing tradition of excellence is extended in the Fourth Edition of this authoritative introduction to the field of therapeutic recreation. The authors effectively combine a broad orientation to the profession with the practical information necessary for students to become successful practitioners. Part I contains a comprehensive discussion of the fields history and theoretical underpinnings, providing students with the perspective they need to evaluate the social, cultural, demographic, economic, and technical forces that have shaped and are continuing to impact health and human services in general, and therapeutic recreation in particular. Part II introduces students to the client populations served by therapeutic recreation specialists and describes specific approaches and activities employed by TR professionals to help clients achieve meaningful improvements in health status, functional capacities, and quality of life. The authors have retained the practical, student-oriented approach that makes this an ideal text for introductory courses. They address all content areas included in the NCTRC certification exam, are compatible with the American Psychiatric Association on psychological classifications, and incorporate the World Health Organizations international classification of functioning, disability, and health. The latest edition contains updated information on baby boomers, the obesity epidemic, and evidence-based practices; field-based photographs and illustrations; and study questions and exercises designed to engage students.

Introduction To Recreation And Leisure

Author : Human Kinetics (Organization)
ISBN : 9781450424172
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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"Introduction to Recreation and Leisure, Second Edition," is a textbook designed for an initial undergraduate course in a recreation and leisure program. With its 21st-century views of recreation and leisure services, it incorporates indicators for future directions in the field and presents international perspectives as well as career opportunites in recreation and leisure. A new web resource is included.

Therapeutic Recreation Program Design

Author : Norma J. Stumbo
ISBN : 032154188X
Genre : Education
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Therapeutic Recreation Program Design uses the most up-to-date information and powerful study tools to help readers learn how to synthesize different elements of therapeutic recreation into one cohesive program. TheFifth Edition features an improved organization that guides students through the theory and practice of therapeutic recreation programming in a way that fully prepares them to work effectively in the industry.Conceptual Foundations: The Basis for Service Development and Delivery, The Leisure Ability Model, Therapeutic Recreation Services: Important Considerations, Therapeutic Recreation Accountability Model, Comprehensive Program Design, Specific Program Design, Activity Analysis, Activity Selection and Implementation, Treatment and Diagnostic Protocols, Client Assessment, Client Documentation, Program and Client Evaluation, Professionalism and Accountability: Challenges for the Future.Intended for those interested in learning the basics of therapeutic recreation program design.

Aufmerksamkeit Und Motorisches Lernen

Author : Gabriele Wulf
ISBN : 3437487108
Genre : Motorisches Lernen - Aufmerksamkeit
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Therapeutic Recreation Programming

Author : Charles Sylvester
ISBN : 1892132206
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Therapeutic Recreation Practice

Author : Lynn Anderson
ISBN : 1892132966
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 41. 65 MB
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PART ONE: FOUNDATIONS OF A STRENGTHS APPROACH TO THERAPEUTIC RECREATION PRACTICE Chapter 1: Introduction to Therapeutic Recreation Practice: A Strengths Approach Chapter 2: Paradigm Shifts – A Sea Change in Health and Human Services Chapter 3: A Sea Change in Therapeutic Recreation Chapter 4: Introducing the Flourishing through Leisure Model: An Ecological Extension of the Leisure and Well-Being Model Chapter 5: Strengths – At the Heart of Therapeutic Recreation Practice Chapter 6: Theories that Guide Strengths-Based Therapeutic Recreation Practice Chapter 7: Principles that Guide Strengths-Based Therapeutic Recreation Practice PART TWO: THE THERAPEUTIC RECREATION PROCESS IN STRENGTHS-BASED PRACTICE Chapter 8: Collaborative Practice in Therapeutic Recreation Chapter 9: Assessment in Strengths-Based Therapeutic Recreation Practice Chapter 10: Planning in Strengths-Based Therapeutic Recreation Practice Chapter 11: Implementation in Strengths-Based Therapeutic Recreation Practice Chapter 12: Transition and Inclusion in Strengths-Based Therapeutic Recreation Practice Chapter 13: Evaluation in Strengths-Based Therapeutic Recreation Practice PART THREE: PROFESSIONALISM AS A STRENGTHS-BASED THERAPEUTIC RECREATION SPECIALIST Chapter 14: Advocacy in Strengths-Based Therapeutic Recreation Practice Chapter 15: Building Your Strengths as a Therapeutic Recreation Specialist Chapter 16: Looking Ahead...

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