Leisure Education, Community Development, and Populations with Special Needs: Book

Sivan, Atara and Ruskin, Hillel, Editors. (2000). Leisure Education, Community Development, and Populations with Special Needs. Wallingford: CABI International.

This book is a result of an output of a Commission of the World Leisure and Recreation Association (WLRA) to examine the role of leisure and education for leisure activities among people with special needs living in the community, and requiring social or health services outside hospital. It provides a conceptual and practical framework for understanding the role of leisure education for community development with a special emphasis on special populations. It will also serve the reader as a foundation for developing models and programs for leisure education within community settings.

Many chapters of significance, individual authors.

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