Therapeutic Recreation:  Intervention Programming Theory - TRDC 1010

Credit(s): 4 | Hours: Lecture - 60, Lab - 0, Work Experience - , Other - 0

Explore the stages of program development, implementation, and evaluation for clients of a variety of life stages, cultures, and conditions. You will focus on the assistant’s role in the therapeutic recreation process. Learn best practices for selecting activities, engaging clients in active participation, and observing, reporting, documenting, and evaluating responses to a variety of intervention programs. Individual, small group, and large group intervention programs will be reviewed.

Prerequisites: COMM 1001, RHAB 1001, and WELL 1000 Restricted to Therapeutic Recreation and Interdisciplinary Therapy Assistant

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