Global Therapeutic Recreation 3 - 1994


Gerald L. Hitzhusen and Letita Thomas

© Curators of University of Missouri 1994



The Therapeutic Recreation (TR) Profession in Canada: Where Are We Now And Where Are We Going?


New Roles For Recreationists
Dr. Peggy Hutchison, Judith McGill


Facilitating Integrated Leisure For Older Adults With Disabilities
Alison Pedlar, Adrienne Gilbert, Lori Gove


An Ecological Model For Community Recreation And Leisure Outreach
Barbara Clark, Cynthia J. Curran


Life Satisfaction As It Relates To Therapeutic Recreation
Renate K. Sainsbury, Tracy Bruce


Outreach Leisure Education: A British Columbia Perspective
Marni Macdonald, Paul W. Gallant


Recreation Therapy Programming: A Protocol Approach To Treatment Evaluation For Quality Assurance
Roy H. Olsson, Jr, Bruce Groves, Shari Perkins


Therapeutic Recreation Workload Measurement System
Ellen Ayles


Pulmonary Rehabilitation And Leisure Education As An Intervention
Karen Henderson


Mediators Of the Leisure Experience
Dr. Beth P. Velde


Moving From Fun And Games To Therapeutic Recreation
Catherine Douglas
Marni Pedersen                     NOT AVAILABLE


Creating Opportunities In Sports For The Physically Challenged
Susan Gordon Ryan
Celia Southward


Parks Canada's Access Program
Robert A. Fern


Research Issues In Access To Outdoor Recreation And Countryside Adrienne Gilbert


Leisure Time Scale: Validity, Reliability & Applications
Victor Larrinaga Pedro, Fdez. De Larrinoa, Antonio Bulbena, German Baraibar


Never Too Old, Too Sick, Or Too Bad For TR: A Biosychosocial Approach
Linda Buettner, Shelley Martin


The Clubhouse Model Of Psychosocial Rehabilitation And The Development Of An Evening And Weekend Recreation Program
Carol Edward


The Boundary Between The Therapeutic Role And Friendship, With The Long Term Psychiatrically Disabled
Dennis Sallans


Women In The Leisure Service Profession: A Professional/Personal Commentary
Vicki Wilkins

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