The holidays are just around the corner, and Christmas bazaars are undoubtedly fast-approaching at your care facilities! This DIY Holiday Wreath is a great craft to incorporate into your seasonal Recreation Therapy programming with clients and perhaps include as a
Adapted recreation can help increase perceived competence and reduce negative mood states in Veterans with acquired disabilities. In time for Remembrance Day here in Canada and Veteran’s Day in the United States, I thought I’d share a positive piece of
Though I’m a newcomer to Recreation Therapy, I’ve attended a number of conferences and networking events in years past. These were mostly business and marketing related (as my work before healthcare was in communications) and they were all very informative.
There’s no doubt that technology has become an staple component in many aspects of our lives: communication, navigation, shopping, research, finance management, and the list goes on! However, many older adults understandably find technology a bit daunting or have simply never learned
It’s fantastic to see Recreation Therapy getting positive press across the continent! Star News Online published an article this week about Recreation Therapy students from the University of North Carolina Wilmington (UNCW). They led an accessible yoga class for elementary