Leisure Education III, 2nd ed.
Leisure Education III focuses on some basic conceptual foundations for service provision and includes 108 new and innovative activities for clients of all ages.
This book highlights a conceptual framework that shows the relationship between the different elements of service provision, such as protocols, activity analysis, and quality improvement. examines assessment issues and concerns that service providers need to address to meet increasing accountability demands. It also reviews problems and concerns with the use of activity interest inventories as a primary source of client assessment information.
The author has taught at the higher education level. She has also presented over 400 research and educational sessions and scores of keynotes at state, national, and international conferences and conventions, and received awards at the international, national, regional, and local levels.
Chapter 1: A Proposed Intervention Model for Therapeutic Recreation Services
Chapter 2: Issues and Concerns in Therapeutic Recreation Assessment
Chapter 3: An Examination of the Logical Assumptions Underlying the Use of Activity Interest Inventories in Therapeutic Recreation Assessment Activities: Leisure Awareness Activities (40 Activities) Social Skills Activities (41 Activities) Decision-Making Activities (10 Activities) Leisure Resources Activities (17 Activities)