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Therapeutic Recreation Program Design: CUNY Lehman

Therapeutic Recreation Program Design: CUNY Lehman

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    This custom ebook includes chapters from Introduction to Recreation and Leisure, Third Edition; Foundations of Therapeutic Recreation, Second Edition; and Recreational Therapy Assessment. It has been specifically designed for students taking the course Therapeutic Recreation Program Design (REC 714) at CUNY Lehman College.

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    Custom ebook for students taking the course Therapeutic Recreation Program Design (REC 714) at CUNY Lehman College.

    Table of Contents

    Therapeutic Recreation
    Frances Stavola Daly and Robin Kunstler
    From Introduction to Recreation and Leisure, Third Edition

    Health Wellness and Quality of Life
    Matthew Symonds, Rhonda Cross Beemer, and Terrance Robertson
    From Introduction to Recreation and Leisure, Third Edition

    Models and Modalities of Practice
    Jamie Hoffman and Terry Long
    From Foundations of Therapeutic Recreation, Second Edition

    The Complexities of Assessment and RT Service Delivery
    Andrea King, Jerome F. Singleton, Thomas K. Skalko, and Tristan Hopper
    From Recreational Therapy Assessment

    The Therapeutic Recreation Process
    Terry Long
    From Foundations of Therapeutic Recreation, Second Edition

    Assessing Clients With Diverse Cultural Backgrounds
    Shinichi Nagata, Tristan Hopper, and Mark Zaremski
    From Recreational Therapy Assessment

    Assessment of Outcomes in Physical Disability: Considerations and Recommendations for Recreational Therapy
    David P. Loy
    From Recreational Therapy Assessment

    Task Analysis for Buying a Coke From a Machine With a Dollar Bill
    From Recreational Therapy Assessment

    Task/Discrepancy Analysis for Riding the LifeCycle at the Fitness Center
    From Recreational Therapy Assessment

    Bridgeway Apartments Leisure Interest Assessment
    From Recreational Therapy Assessment

    Documentation of Health Outcomes in Recreational Therapy
    David P. Loy and Thomas K. Skalko
    From Recreational Therapy Assessment

    Medical Charting Abbreviations List
    From Recreational Therapy Assessment

    Author

    Tyler Tapps, PhD, is an assistant professor at Northwest Missouri State University. He received his PhD in health, leisure, and human performance from Oklahoma State University in 2009. In 2015, he was certified as a park and recreation professional by the National Recreation and Park Association, from which he also received the Robert W. Crawford Young Professional Award. He also was awarded the Charles Adam Esslinger Outdoor Recreation Fellowship. Tapps is a military veteran with recreation programming experience in the military. He is a member of the Academy of Leisure Sciences board and is the president of the Leisure Educators section of Missouri Park and Recreation Association. He is also the chair of the Academy of Leisure Science’s Future Scholars program. Tapps enjoys running, working out, boating, and spending time with his wife and two sons.

    Mary Sara Wells, PhD, is an associate professor in the University of Utah’s department of parks, recreation, and tourism. She teaches courses in youth development, community recreation, and sport management.

    Since 2004, Wells has researched sportsmanship issues in youth sport. She has published her research in numerous journals, presented at several national and international conferences, and conducted trainings and evaluations for multiple municipal youth sport agencies across the country.

    Terry Long, PhD, is a professor and the director of the School of Health Science and Wellness at Northwest Missouri State University, where he has worked since 2000. He is regarded nationally as one of the leading scholars in the field of therapeutic recreation, as evidenced by his teaching, research, applied experience, and service to the field.

    Long has been on the editorial board of Therapeutic Recreation Journal for more than 10 years and served as editor from 2008 to 2011. He was an active member of the Northwest Missouri State faculty senate, serving his second term from 2012 to 2014, and was the faculty senate president for the 2014-2015 academic year. In addition to therapeutic recreation, Long’s professional interests also include adventure-based therapy, inclusion, disability rights, and mental health. His interest in independent living has enabled him to be instrumental in fostering a partnership between Northwest Missouri State and Midland Empire Resources for Independent Living (MERIL).

    Terry Robertson, PhD, is a professor and associate dean in the College of Health and Human Services at California State University at Long Beach. Robertson was previously a clinical associate professor at the University of Utah; a professor and chair of the department of health, physical education, recreation, and dance at Northwest Missouri State University; and a research fellow at the University of Queensland. While at Northwest Missouri State, Robertson helped create a partnership with Midland Empire Resources for Independent Living (MERIL), for which he served on the board from 1994 to 2008, including six years as the chair. The Terry Robertson Community Partner Award was created in 2010 in honor of Robertson’s service to MERIL.

    In addition to his work on independent living, Robertson has had a considerable impact on the field of therapeutic recreation, working as an educator, practitioner, and consultant for more than 40 years. He is a past president of the National Therapeutic Recreation Society, the Missouri Therapeutic Recreation Society, and the Nevada Therapeutic Recreation Society. He also served on the Utah Therapeutic Recreation Licensure for six years and was the director of continuing education for the Midwest Symposium on Therapeutic Recreation for more than 20 years.

    Thomas Skalko, PhD, LRT/CTRS, FDRT, is a professor emeritus in the College of Health and Human Performance at East Carolina University. Skalko earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in education from the University of Georgia and his doctorate from the University of Maryland. Thomas’ background includes direct services in community mental health, inpatient behavioral health, inpatient pediatrics, and primitive therapeutic camping. Thomas is a past president of the American Therapeutic Recreation Association (ATRA) and of the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP). Skalko is also a past chair of the Committee on Accreditation of Recreational Therapy Education (CARTE) and of the North Carolina Board of Recreational Therapy Licensure (NCBRTL).

    Jerome Singleton, PhD, CTRS, retired in 2018 after 37 years as a professor of recreation and leisure studies in the School of Health and Human Performance at Dalhousie University. He was also cross-appointed to the Schools of Nursing, Sociology and Anthropology, and Business Administration at Dalhousie. He earned his bachelor’s degree in recreation from the University of Waterloo, his master’s degree in recreation from Pennsylvania State University, and his PhD in leisure studies from the University of Maryland. He also completed the academic requirements for a doctorate certificate in gerontology at the University of Maryland.

    Singleton was made a fellow of the World Demographic Association in 2006 and was named Canadian Therapeutic Recreation Association Professional of the Year in 2007. He was recognized by the Recreation and Leisure Studies program at the University of Waterloo as a Distinguished Alumnus in 2008 and is also the founding member of the Leisure and Aging Research Group, which was established in 2008. Singleton received the Dr. Gonzaga da Gama Memorial Award from the Canadian Therapeutic Recreation Association in 2011 and was made a fellow of the Academy of Leisure Science by the Society of Park and Recreation Educators in 2011.

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