TRC402 - Assessment and Therapeutic Interventions I

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Subject Title
Assessment and Therapeutic Interventions I

Subject Description
The goal of this specialized course is to introduce students to a variety of standardized assessment tools and activity interventions. Students will have an opportunity to examine activities according to their benefits, risks, appropriate populations and therapeutic recreation settings, and apply evidence-based practice. Students will practice their leadership and organizational skills by leading class activities.

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Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:

  1. Describe the importance of standardized assessment tools and their function to guide therapeutic recreation practice.
  2. Analyze activity interventions to assess their effectiveness in addressing all domains of wellness.
  3. Demonstrate leadership and organizational skills by leading class activities.
  4. Analyze adaptation techniques to meet participant’s holistic needs.
  5. Evaluate safety, legal, and insurance issues to manage risks associated with implementing therapeutic recreation programs.
  6. Examine therapeutic recreation program settings to describe the optimal environment for different populations.
  7. Describe therapeutic recreation program activity benefits to identify outcomes for different participant groups.
  8. Apply evidence-based practice to inform analysis of therapeutic recreation programs.

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