3 edition of Philosophy of Therapeutic Recreation found in the catalog.
Philosophy of Therapeutic Recreation
by Natl Recreation & Park Assn
Written in English
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Hemingway, J. L. (). Building a philosophical defense of therapeutic recreation: The case of distributive justice. In C. D. Sylvester, et al. (Eds.), Philosophy of therapeutic recreation: Ideas and issues (pp. ). Alexandria, VA: National Recreation and Park Association Book Co-Authored. Glossary Use this link to become familiar with terms and acronyms used in the Therapeutic Recreation field. This glossary of recreation therapy and occupational therapy terms is meant to serve as a study guide for students and a reference book for practitioners.
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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 /5(9).
My purpose in writing this introductory article for The Philosophy of Therapeutic Recreation, Volume II, is to draw you into the subject of philosophy thoughtfully and with confidence. Exploring philosophies of therapeutic recreation should be more than an intellectual exercise done in a classroom to prepare students for a few exam questions.
OCLC Number: Description: v, 98 Philosophy of Therapeutic Recreation book. Contents: Building a philosophical defense of therapeutic recreation: the case of distributive justice / J.L. Hemingway --Ethics of intervention in therapeutic recreation / Miriam P.
Lahey --Therapeutic recreation philosophy: a state of cacophony / Patricia A. Shank --Exploration of the new age consciousness paradigm in. Philosophy of therapeutic recreation: ideas and issues Volume 1 of Philosophy of Therapeutic Recreation Masters series Philosophy of Therapeutic Recreation: Ideas and Issues, Charles Davis Sylvester: Editor: Charles Davis Sylvester: Publisher: National Recreation & Park Association, Original from: Pennsylvania State University: Digitized.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "A special publication of the National Therapeutic Recreation Society"--Page 2 of cover. of therapeutic recreation professionals is that they have not clearly identified what they do and the purpose they serve.
This failure has plagued the field for some time. For instance, Shank and Kinney () wrote that therapeutic recreation has main-tained “one consistent theme: the uneasy fit between recreation as a contributor to theFile 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 the field.
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.
Book Foundations of Therapeutic Recreation, Second Edition, introduces students to the many career possibilities in the field of therapeutic g on the combined wisdom and expertise of editors Terry Long and Terry Robertson, as well as 20 contributing authors who represent a broad spectrum of experiences within the discipline, the text provides the.
recent trends in inclusive and special recreation as assessed by the literature and the views of experts. As in previous editions, this edition of Inclusive and Special Recreation contains learning aids to assist students and instructors. Provided in every chapter are the following: • A Chapter Summary that reviews major chapter topics.
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 : Recreation therapy, also called recreational therapy or therapeutic recreation, use of recreation by qualified professionals (recreation therapists) to promote independent functioning and to enhance the health and well-being of people with illnesses and disabling conditions.
Recreation therapy often occurs in hospitals and other treatment facilities and is based on the simple premise that. 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 pro. Through "Foundations of Therapeutic Recreation," students will be able to achieve these objectives:Brand: Human Kinetics.
Therapeutic recreation is a treatment service designed to restore, remediate and rehabilitate a person’s level of functioning and independence in life. According to WHO- The world health organisation, health promotion is the process of enabling people to increase control over, and to improve their health.
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. Person-First Philosophy in Therapeutic Recreation Mary Ann Devine, EdD, CTRS Brand: Human Kinetics, Inc. Therapeutic Recreation Timelines: Beginning to million years ago, flaked stones found among the fossils of australopithecines indicate they were already exploring the possibilities of handicrafts, and fashioning simple tools from pebbles.
35, BC Homo Sapiens invents art. Philosophy TR History TR Populations Resources Article Critiques Clement Joseph Tissot publishes the book "Gymnastique Medicinale et Churgicale" recommending "prescribed craft and recreational activities as therapeutic exercise for the treatment of disabled muscles NTRS published Philosophy of Therapeutic Recreation.
Therapeutic Recreation: Its Theory, Philosophy, and Practice. BRASWELL, CHARLES // Journal of Music Therapy;Spring, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p The article reviews the book "Therapeutic Recreation: Its Theory, Philosophy and Practice" by Virginia Frye and Martha Peters. Therapeutic Recreation: A Long Past, but a Brief History.
The underlying philosophy of Therapeutic Recreation is that all human beings have the right to and need for leisure involvement as a necessary aspect of optimal health and, as such, Therapeutic Recreation can be used as an important tool in becoming and remaining well.
Foundations of Therapeutic Recreation, Second Edition, introduces students to the many career possibilities in the field of therapeutic g on the combined wisdom and expertise of editors Terry Long and Terry Robertson, as well as 20 contributing authors who represent a broad spectrum of experiences within the discipline, the text provides the Brand: Human Kinetics, Inc.therapeutic recreation: an allied health group staffed by people with expertise in organizing and supervising recreational activities designed to accelerate recovery from mental or .Philosophy of Therapeutic Recreation-Ideas and Issues.
Sylvester, Charles (editor). Alexandria, Virginia: National Recreation and Park Association, Community Recreation and Persons with Disabilities: Strategies for Integration. Stuart J. Schleien and M. Tipton Ray. Baltimore: The Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.,