Therapeutic Recreation Program Design: Principles and Procedures / Edition 3

Therapeutic Recreation Program Design: Principles and Procedures / Edition 3

by Scout Lee, Carol Ann Peterson, Norma J. Stumbo
     
 

ISBN-10: 0205265200

ISBN-13: 9780205265206

Pub. Date: 09/02/1999

Publisher: Benjamin-Cummings Publishing Company

This book is written for those preparing for the field of therapeutic recreation and for professionals providing services to clients. The approach focuses on the design, development, and evaluation of therapeutic recreation services. Therapeutic recreation is concerned with direct delivery of services to clients with disabilities, illnesses, or

Overview

This book is written for those preparing for the field of therapeutic recreation and for professionals providing services to clients. The approach focuses on the design, development, and evaluation of therapeutic recreation services. Therapeutic recreation is concerned with direct delivery of services to clients with disabilities, illnesses, or special needs. This book addresses both areas (process and content) utilizing a comprehensive and integrated approach. This is the only truly comprehensive book in the field; it is considered the bible of therapeutic recreation. This exciting edition represents a total revision that new and past users alike will welcome and appreciate. For new or experienced theraputic recreation professionals.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780205265206
Publisher:
Benjamin-Cummings Publishing Company
Publication date:
09/02/1999
Edition description:
Older Edition
Pages:
370
Product dimensions:
7.30(w) x 9.57(h) x 1.22(d)

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Table of Contents

Foreword ix
Preface xi
Introduction
1(24)
Services Based on Client Needs
1(1)
Benefits of Leisure
2(4)
The Concept of Leisure Lifestyle
6(1)
Rationale for Therapeutic Recreation Services
7(2)
Concepts Related to Leisure Behavior
9(4)
Description of Components of Leisure Ability Model
13(5)
Clients of Therapeutic Recreation Services
18(1)
Therapeutic Recreation Service Settings
19(1)
Examples of Leisure Ability-Model in Practice
20(1)
Leisure Ability as a Holistic Approach
21(1)
Leisure Ability as an Outcome
21(1)
Summary
22(1)
References
22(3)
Leisure Ability Model
25(35)
A Client-Oriented Approach
26(1)
Program Focus on a Single Area of Purpose
27(1)
A Word About the Term "Treatment"
28(1)
Functional Intervention as a Component of Therapeutic Recreation Service
29(6)
Leisure Education as a Component of Therapeutic Recreation Service
35(19)
Recreation Participation as a Component of Therapeutic Recreation Service
54(5)
Summary
59(1)
Therapeutic Recreation Accountability Model
60(19)
Accountability for Therapeutic Recreation Service Provision
60(1)
Systems Design and Therapeutic Recreation Intervention
61(9)
The Therapeutic Recreation Accountability Model
70(7)
Summary
77(1)
References
77(2)
Comprehensive Program Design
79(27)
Client Needs
79(2)
Benefits to Comprehensive and Specific Program Design
81(1)
Therapeutic Recreation Comprehensive Program Planning Model
81(19)
Other Comprehensive Program Documentation Issues
100(4)
Summary
104(1)
References
105(1)
Specific Program Design
106(35)
The Program Plan
109(20)
The Implementation Plan
129(11)
Summary
140(1)
Activity Analysis
141(29)
Benefits of Activity Analysis
142(2)
Overview of Activity Analysis
144(1)
Principles of Activity Analysis
145(1)
The Activity Analysis Rating Form
146(12)
Using the Activity Analysis Rating Form
158(4)
Activity Selection Factors
162(2)
Activity Modification
164(5)
Summary
169(1)
References
169(1)
Activity Selection and Implementation
170(15)
Client Outcomes
170(2)
Therapeutic Recreation Specialist Competencies
172(2)
Factors Influencing Selection of Activities
174(6)
Examples of Activity Selection
180(3)
Activity Resources
183(1)
Summary
184(1)
Treatment and Diagnostic Protocols
185(15)
Need for Standardization of Practice
185(3)
Intervention/Treatment Protocols
188(2)
Diagnostic Protocols
190(4)
Relationship of Protocols to Program Design, Client Assessment, and Client Outcomes
194(4)
Trends in TR Protocol Development
198(1)
Summary
199(1)
References
199(1)
Client Assessment
200(43)
Definition of Client Assessment
200(1)
Principles of Therapeutic Recreation Client Assessment
201(4)
Relationship Between Client Assessment and Program Placement
205(1)
Assessment as a Measurement Tool
206(7)
Client Assessement as a Systematic Process
213(1)
The Assessment Planning Process
214(14)
The Assessment Implementation Process
228(9)
Issues Surrounding Client Assessment
237(1)
Thoughts About Activity Interest Inventories
238(1)
Examples of Commercial Therapeutic Recreation Assessments
239(1)
Summary
240(1)
References
241(2)
Client Documentation
243(44)
Types of Documentation
243(1)
Rationale for Quality Documentation
244(4)
Basic Types of Client Documentation
248(1)
Principles of Quality Client Documentation
249(4)
Common Methods of Charting
253(3)
Treatment Plans
256(22)
Progress Notes
278(5)
Discharge and Referral Summaries
283(2)
Incident Reports
285(1)
Computer Use in Therapeutic Recreation
285(1)
Summary
285(1)
References
286(1)
Program and Client Evaluation
287(29)
Evaluation as a Management Tool
287(1)
Definition of Evaluation
288(2)
A Generic Evaluation Desing Model
290(8)
Client Evaluation
298(4)
Specific Program Evaluation
302(6)
Comprehensive Program Evaluation
308(5)
Efficacy Research
313(1)
Summary
314(1)
References
315(1)
Accountability: Challenge for the Future
316(5)
Useful Resources
318(1)
Related Internet Sites
319(1)
Summary
320(1)
Appendix: Relaxation: A Program System 321(42)
Index 363

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