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Guidelines for the ethical practice of recreational therapy: A Training Manual

 

 

OVERVIEW: This session will briefly highlight the historical journey of ethics within our profession, followed by an introduction and in-depth examination of the contents of Guidelines for the Ethical Practice of Recreational Therapy. Foundational knowledge of the ATRA Code of Ethics will be reviewed and one Principle will be featured, showing how each Principle is described in the text in terms of its structure, process and outcome criteria. Ethical decision-making models will be illustrated and a description of how this text may be used by students, educators, practitioners and administrators as well as useful appendices will be shown and discussed. Emphasis throughout will focus on professional behaviors and attitudes as related to the advancement of our profession.

 

SPEAKER: Wayne Pollock, PhD

 

Expires: 08/21/2023

 

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inclusion success: positive behavior support

 

OVERVIEW: Positive behavior support is a behavior management system used to understand what maintains an individual's challenging behavior. Children’s inappropriate behaviors are difficult to change because they are functional; they serve a purpose for them. Understanding the purpose of inappropriate or aggressive behaviors is important to supporting positive behavior and successful inclusion. This session applies to Recreation Therapy by providing additional information in order to give insight into assessing, planning, implementing, and evaluating the proper and most effective positive behavior support strategies.

 

SPEAKER: Taylor Singleton, CTRS

 

Expires: 11/27/2023

 

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PAVING THE ROAD TO SUCCESSFUL COMMUNITY RECREATION INCLUSION

 

Overview: Providing successful inclusion services in a community recreation based setting can prove to be tricky since there are so many essential components involved. This session will help provide some tips for those who provide inclusive programming by discussing some of the most important aspects of it, including how it relates to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and overview of the TR process in a community setting, important training topics for staff that are involved with inclusion, and setting up an inclusion process that works for your agency. Participants will gain a basic understanding of inclusive recreation and how to step up the foundation for success.

 

Speaker: Ashley Bowen, CTRS

 

Expires 4/5/2024

 

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RECREATIONAL THERAPY EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICES FOR COMMUNITY INTEGRATION, INCLUSION & TRANSITION

 

 

OVERVIEWA quick summary of 11 recreational therapy evidence based practices for community integration, inclusion, and transitioning for various age groups and diagnoses including the Ecological Model of Community-Focused Therapeutic Recreation and Life Skills; Promoting Access, Transition and Health (PATH); Therapeutic Recreation Empowering Kids (TREK); Home Leisure Educational Program (HLEP); Family Centered Community Stroke (FCCS) Program; Independence through Community Access and Navigation (I-CAN); Partnership F.I.V.E (Fostering Inclusive Volunteer Efforts); inpatient rehabilitation recreational therapy community integration training for spinal cord injury (SCIRehab Project); recreational therapy intervention for integration of international refugees; recreational therapy intervention for community disaster relief; and training of support staff. Resources for each model/program will be provided for further independent exploration.

 

SPEAKERS: Heather R. Porter, PhD, CTRS

 

Expires: 06/23/2021

 

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iNCLUSION PROCESS IN A COMMUNITY PARKS AND RECREATION ORGANIZATION

 

 

OVERVIEW: Inclusion can be fun and beneficial to all participants in community-based programming. This session will give information of procedures, policies, training, and strategies to best include all individuals. CTRS’s will have increased information regarding the Cincinnati Model of Inclusion services.

 

SPEAKER: Kristen Clatos Riggins, MA, CTRS, ATRIC

 

Expires: 08/10/2022

 

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EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE: COMMUNITY dAY CAMP FOR TEENS WITH I/DD

 


OVERVIEW: The Cincinnati Recreation Commission's Therapeutic Recreation Summer Day Camp offers teens/young adults with disabilities, a fun opportunity to enhance their life and job skills so they are better equipped to process the world around them. The camp addresses the concern of parents, teachers, and school districts - without this camp; these teens may regress in their functional abilities over the summer. The highly trained staff act as peer mentors, assisting the teens in skill development relating to appropriate social behavior, money handling/community safety skills, public transportation navigation, self-determination, and self-advocacy. Three years of data has been taken to give evidence that such a program and interventions included show a positive impact on the teens involved.

 

SPEAKERS: Kristen Clatos Riggins, MA, CTRS, ATRIC

Expires: 09/10/2022

 

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THE KING ADULT DAY ENRICHMENT PROGRAM

 

 

OVERVIEW: The King Adult Day Enrichment Program (KADEP) at Rocky Mountain MS Center is an award-winning, innovative, community-based and cost-effective day program alternative to nursing home placement for younger adults with multiple sclerosis, brain injury and other acquired neurological conditions. KADEP is a Therapeutic Recreation based program that provides a dynamic array of classes and activities, nursing care and other services designed to enhance the physical, emotional, cognitive and social well-being of each participant. Offering vital weekday respite and peace of mind to caregivers, KADEP is a model to other programs that strives to maximize the functioning, independence, wellness and quality of life of all who attend.

 

SPEAKERS: Donna Lozano, M.Ed., CTRS

 

Expires: 10/19/2022

 

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