There is an increase in readily-available information regarding alternative therapy options. Recreation therapy approaches are starting to experience a shift, moving from programs that are centered around issues of concern, to focusing on inclusion and promoting participation. This WellSpring issue takes a look at how recreation therapy delivered through group activities can benefit children, youth, adults, and older adults, and why recreation therapy is growing in popularity. Author: Amy MacFarlane. (WellSpring | April 2020, Volume 31, Number 04)
At a time when we need to keep a physical distance from others, there are some great ways to be physically active! See our latest infographic.
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