Recreation Therapy With Individuals Living in the Community, 3rd ed. - eBook
The third edition of Recreation Therapy With Individuals Living in the Community: An Inclusive Approach reflects the changing nature of health care, health and human services, and our professional focus.
This book provides an overview of the process, referred to as APIED (assessment, plan, implement, evaluate, document), used to design, deliver, and evaluate services that fully incorporate all participants.
The authors have taught at the higher education level. They have also held positions in nonprofit and public agencies in outdoor settings and community therapeutic recreation with individuals of all ages and abilities, as well as have had broad-based experience in the parks and recreation profession.
This book is designed for recreation therapy, recreation, and health and human service professionals who provide services to all community residents. It is also useful for introductory and programming courses in recreation therapy and recreation and that address inclusion.
Module 1: Introduction: Paradigm Shifts and Practice Influences
Part 1: Managing Aspects of Recreation Therapy
Module 2: The Community
Section 1: Determining External Strengths: Community Assessment
Section 2: Accessibility: Essential Eligibility Criteria and Reasonable Accommodation
Section 3: Financial Resources
Section 4: Transportation
Module 3: The Agency
Section 1: Determining Internal Strengths: Agency Assessment
Section 2: Mission, Policy, and Procedures
Section 3: Organizational Structure
Section 4: Marketing and Advocacy
Section 5: Staffing and Staff Training
Section 6: Risk and Safety Management
Part 2: Programmatic Aspects of Recreation Therapy
Module 4: Assessment With Individuals and Programs
Module 5: Planning Individualized Programs
Module 6: Implementing Individualized Programs
Module 7: Monitoring and Evaluating for Quality
Module 8: Documenting the APIED Process
Module 9: Best Practices
Module 10: Participants
Section 1: Anatomy, Physiology, and Kinesiology and Related Impairments
Section 2: Cognition and Related Impairments
Section 3: Diverse Population Groups
Section 4: Psychology and Related Impairments
Section 5: Senses and Related Impairments