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Therapeutic Recreation Leadership and Programming

Therapeutic Recreation Leadership and Programming Author Robin Ann Kunstler
ISBN-10 9780736068550
Release 2010
Pages 405
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"Therapeutic Recreation Leadership and Programming" arms students with the information they need to succeed as therapeutic recreation specialists. They'll learn the practical aspects of the profession and develop a leadership mind-set. The book focuses on day-to-day tasks of the TRS and integrates ethical considerations into each aspect of the job.



Therapeutic Recreation Leadership and Programming

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ISBN-10 9780736089845
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Basic Terminology for Therapeutic Recreation and Other Action Therapies

Basic Terminology for Therapeutic Recreation and Other Action Therapies Author Scout Lee Gunn
ISBN-10 0875630944
Release 1975
Pages 83
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Effective Leadership in Adventure Programming 3E

Effective Leadership in Adventure Programming  3E Author Priest, Simon
ISBN-10 9781492547860
Release 2017-10
Pages 448
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Effective Leadership in Adventure Programming, Third Edition, details the art and science of adventure leadership. This thorough update of the groundbreaking text covers the latest research, issues, and trends in adventure education and provides a new model for building core competencies.



Leisure Program Planning and Delivery

Leisure Program Planning and Delivery Author Ruth V. Russell
ISBN-10 0736057331
Release 2008
Pages 252
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Leisure Program Planning and Delivery provides a comprehensive three-step plan for successful programming of leisure services and operational management of program systems in recreation and leisure service organizations. Grounded in contemporary professional practice and real-world applications, the book provides a systematic plan for students to learn the essentials of successful recreation programming, with examples of a variety of activities in community, outdoor, sport, cultural arts, and tourism sectors of the field.



Programming for Parks Recreation and Leisure Services

Programming for Parks  Recreation  and Leisure Services Author Donald G. DeGraaf
ISBN-10 1892132877
Release 2010
Pages 372
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Includes profiles of: Robert Greenleaf, Jane Addams, Winnie Wong, Carolyn Griffiths, Lydia Kuyvenhoven, Barbara Cobas, Dana M. Bates, Jermal Stevenson, Mark Freidline, Ron Coplin, and Vicki Proctor.



Introduction to Recreation and Leisure 3E

Introduction to Recreation and Leisure  3E Author Tapps, Tyler
ISBN-10 9781492543121
Release 2018-02-08
Pages 496
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Introduction to Recreation and Leisure, Third Edition, presents perspectives from 52 leading experts from around the world. It delves into foundational concepts, delivery systems, and programming services; offers an array of ancillaries; and helps students make informed career choices.



Therapeutic Recreation and the Nature of Disabilities

Therapeutic Recreation and the Nature of Disabilities Author Kenneth Edward Mobily
ISBN-10 1892132222
Release 2002-01-01
Pages 306
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This book explores the wide range of illnesses, conditions, and disorders that therapeutic recreation specialists (TRSs) commonly encounter as they provide professional services. While it is impossible to include every disorder to which TRSs may be exposed, the authors have drawn from their combined 40 years of professional experience to select the conditions and disorders most relevant to the therapeutic recreation profession.



Group Dynamics in Recreation and Leisure

Group Dynamics in Recreation and Leisure Author Timothy S. O'Connell
ISBN-10 0736062874
Release 2009
Pages 195
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"Group Dynamics in Recreation and Leisure" builds skills in working in group settings and also creating and facilitating conscious groups--groups that recognize the personal growth of their members as a main objective. The book introduces students to group dynamics theory, how to apply it effectively, and how to deal with its challenges in the field.



Therapeutic Recreation Practice

Therapeutic Recreation Practice Author Lynn Anderson
ISBN-10 1892132966
Release 2012
Pages 471
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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...



Leisure and Aging

Leisure and Aging Author Heather Julie Gibson
ISBN-10 9780736094634
Release 2012
Pages 270
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"Leisure and Aging: Theory and Practice" provides students and professionals with a balanced perspective of current knowledge as it presents cutting-edge research in both fields. Supplemented by online ancillaries, this text offers a wealth of knowledge on various aspects of life for older people and the role of leisure in their lives.



PSYCH

PSYCH Author Spencer A. Rathus
ISBN-10 9781305537217
Release 2015-01-13
Pages 448
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PSYCH 4 maximizes students' effort and engagement by empowering them to direct their own learning, through a single, affordable course solution. PSYCH 4 offers full coverage of course concepts through unique resources and features that mirror the natural study habits of students. Additionally, instructors benefit from hundreds of new references from 2013 and 2014 developments in the field of psychology coupled with straightforward quizzing, assessment, and reporting options. Of note, PSYCH 4 combines an easy-reference, paperback textbook with chapter review cards, and a groundbreaking online product that enables students to study how and when they want- including on their smartphones! With the innovative StudyBoard, students can collect notes and create StudyBits throughout the product, and then leverage a series of tags and filters to organize and personalize their study time. Both instructors and students can monitor progress through a series of Concept Tracking reports and traditional Gradebook features, ensuring improved outcomes. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.



Therapeutic Recreation Programming

Therapeutic Recreation Programming Author Charles Sylvester
ISBN-10 1892132206
Release 2001
Pages 415
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Dimensions of Leisure for Life

Dimensions of Leisure for Life Author Human Kinetics
ISBN-10 9780736082884
Release 2010
Pages 372
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"Leisure is everywhere, but its impact on people's lives is often overlooked. Leisure is more than “doing nothing” or “hanging out.” It has implications for society, affecting economics, politics, business, health, and the environment. On an individual level, it offers multiple opportunities for personal growth and development. And it contributes to a better quality of life for individuals and communities as a whole. With Dimensions of Leisure for Life: Individuals and Society, students will learn to understand and appreciate leisure and explore the ways that their leisure choices can help them lead happier, more balanced lives both now and in the future. ... With contributions from 22 leading professors, the book examines the following: the concept of leisure, including the various ways in which it has been defined and described, the benefits associated with it, the scope of the leisure industry field, and the basis for studying leisure as a social science; the impact of leisure on quality of life, health, physical activity and stress levels, and overall happiness and well-being; the social significance of leisure, including the interaction of leisure with history, contemporary society, technology, the environment, economics, and politics and public policy; the factors that influence each individual's leisure choices and level of involvement in leisure activities, such as awareness of local options, barriers of age, gender, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, religion, or socioeconomic status, geographic distribution of leisure spaces; and maturity level and stage of development."--Publisher.



Community Parks and Recreation

Community Parks and Recreation Author Christopher R. Edginton
ISBN-10 1571677895
Release 2018-03-02
Pages 392
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Over the past 150 years, communities have focused their attention on enhancing quality of life, health and wellness, and the greening of their environments through the provision of park and recreation services and amenities. The greening and beautification of communities as well as tying recreation services to clean economic development provide a direct connection between the work public park and recreation departments and community development. This text asks students to consider important questions, such as: What are the most important elements of a livable community? In what type of community they would like to live? How important are building social connections amongst family, friends, neighbors, colleagues, and others? How are such relationships developed and sustained? What types of organizations are more likely to create such opportunities for building ones social capital? What agencies in the community are concerned with addressing environmental degradation and on the flipside enhancing community beautification and greening? All of these questions point toward the importance of public parks and recreation and its community development efforts. Community Parks & Recreation: An Introduction is organized into three major parts. Part I focuses on the History and Philosophical Foundations of Public Parks and Recreation. The major intent of this section is to provide an underpinning to assist the student in understanding the major dimensions of public parks and recreation and its impact socially, culturally, environmentally and economically. Part II of the book focuses on Managerial and Administrative Aspects of Park and Recreation Systems. This section of the book provides practical strategies for administrative activities, planning, marketing, budgeting, engaging the public and land acquisition. Part III of the book is focused on The Public Sector Service Provision in Parks and Recreation. This section of the book focuses on program and service delivery including chapters dealing with programming for community recreation, youth programming, programming for adults and seniors, programming special events and community-based therapeutic recreation. The authors of this text all share a deep interest in community, parks, and/or recreation services. At various times in their careers, they have have served as playground leaders, recreation specialists, youth leaders, community therapeutic recreation specialists, recreation center directors, recreation supervisors and/or directors of parks and recreation. The authors hold a strong commitment to community parks and recreation that is clearly reflected in this new text.



Facilitation of Therapeutic Recreation Services

Facilitation of Therapeutic Recreation Services Author Norma J. Stumbo
ISBN-10 189213294X
Release 2011-01-01
Pages 396
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Recreation and Leisure Programming

Recreation and Leisure Programming Author Christopher R. Edginton
ISBN-10 1571678832
Release 2018-03-07
Pages 386
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In the 21st century, recreation and leisure programmers will face many social, cultural, economic, and environmental changes that affect the recreation and leisure needs, interests, and attitudes of the people they serve. These changes require recreation and leisure programmers who are highly skilled, knowledgeable, and competent in planning, organizing, implementing, and evaluating recreation and leisure programs and services, with the goal of creating high quality, high impact leisure experiences. Recreation and Leisure Programming: A 21st Century Perspective provides key insights into the strategies, practices, procedures, and methods for recreation and leisure programmers to employ to fulfill their responsibility successfully.