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Temple University Collaborative on Community Inclusion: Recreation and Leisure

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This webpage includes the following resources:

  • Independence Through Community Access & Navigation: A Supported Leisure Intervention – Facilitators’ Training Manual
  • Leisure Education Toolkit for Parents with Mental Illnesses
  • Family Leisure Calendar
  • Yoga and Your Health
  • Adding Recreation to your Coping Toolbox: An 8-Week Protocol
  • Hosting Activity Fairs: Our Experience
  • Physical Activity Fair Manual
  • Assessing Health Outcomes of Community Integration Interventions: The role of Recreational Therapy in Behavioral Health
  • Motivational Interviewing Techniques RTs can use to Encourage Independent, Community-Based Recreation Participation in People with Psychiatric Disabilities
  • Beginning a Walking Program: Consumers
  • Beginning a Walking Program: Providers
  • Family Leisure Toolkit
  • Enhancing Family Leisure Factsheet: Consumer
  • Enhancing Family Leisure Factsheet: Provider
  • ICAN PLAY Leisure Manual
  • Recreation and Leisure for Older Adults with Psychiatric Disabilities
  • Promoting Community Inclusion through Leisure and Recreation
  • The Social Enhancement Workbook

Videos:

  • What is Recreational Therapy?
  • Leisure and Recreation with Dr. Snethen
  • Redefined Event Video

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