Written in English
|Statement||by Steven M. Herbst.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 67 leaves : ill.|
|Number of Pages||67|
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 by: Prescriptive therapeutic recreation programming: A computer based system. New York: New York University. Berryman, D. (). Client assessment for prescriptive programming in Horizons West I. In Selected Papers from the Western Symposium for Therapeutic Recreation. ed. I. Walker and J. Tague. Since its first edition in , this has become the standard reference book on assessment in Recreational Therapy. As with the earlier editions, the purpose of this book is to provide both the therapist and the student with specific, critical information about the assessment process, specific tools, and specific standards related to by: 8. The Big Book of Therapeutic Activity Ideas has been valuable in helping to plan creative and motivating activities and is a wonderful resource for professionals seeking to integrate creative art-based by: 1.
Accordioning to Dr. Stumbo, recreation therapy programs that are designed based on tradition, the therapists’ interest, or pure inertia are unlikely to help their clients reach their goals. I know we are all busy – but if the Ms. Knowles of Recreation Therapy in saying this – it must be true. Danny Pettry (the author) is a good-standing member of the American Therapeutic Recreation Association, the West Virginia Therapeutic Recreation Association, and actively holds Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist credentials. However, this electronic book has not been approved, licensed, or sponsored by any. November MIS Standards Reference Guide for Therapeutic Recreation Purpose The purpose of this reference guide is to educate readers regarding the Management Information Systems (MIS) Standards and their application to the discipline of therapeuticFile Size: 1MB. 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 .
About the Author. Norma Stumbo is a respected author and educator at the leading edge of the therapeutic recreation field, and has been the lead author on Therapeutic Recreation Program Design since the third edition. She boasts the highest name recognition in the world in the TR field. A prolific writer and researcher, Cited by: "The National Council for Therapeutic Recreation Certification protects the public by promoting the provision of quality services offered by NCTRC certificants." The most recognized credential in the profession of recreational therapy: Renew your Certification. Review how to keep your certification current or apply for reentry. Study Guide for the Therapeutic Recreation Specialist Certification Examination by Norma J. Stumbo, Jean Folkerth (November, ) Recreational Therapy Handbook of Practice: ICF-based Diagnosis and Treatment by Heather R. As the recreation profession continues to evolve and mature, change is inevitable. Students, professionals, and educators continue to seek opportunities to develop and refine aspects of therapeutic recreation. The content in this second edition is intended to provoke discussion and provide guidance, and portrays the rich tapestry of therapeutic recreation by illuminating .