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What TRO Does

Therapeutic Recreation Ontario (TRO) was created in 1999, with the goal of uniting and advancing the Therapeutic Recreation (TR) profession, by providing guidance and support for its members. In addition to networking opportunities and educational events, TRO provides resources to help TR professionals develop quality services and advocates to advance the profession in order to protect the rights of individuals across diverse delivery settings throughout the province.

  • Are you making plans to visit Niagara Falls on May 29 to 31? With an action-packed roster of speakers and sessions, attendees will surely “Appreciate the Vintage” and “Celebrate the New Harvest” at the 20th Annual #TROConference. Register now to secure your spot! Earlybird pricing ends April 4! Get all the deets at: https://www.trontario.org/education-research/annual-tro-conference/index.html

  • Spaces are still available for #TRO’s #EducationDay event on Wednesday, March 27 at Villa Leonardo Gambin in Woodbridge, ON. Join us for an informative workshop with an amazing agenda focusing on TR and its role in supporting people with #responsivebehaviours. Cost is $75 for TRO members, $85 for non-members. (Information regarding PCCs is pending.) https://www.trontario.org/education-research/education-day/index.html/event-conference/index/id/34

  • Congratulations to Seneca College’s Therapeutic Recreation Graduate Certificate program, the newest post-secondary education program to successfully meet the criteria of the #TRO #CurriculumReview for #Registration Eligibility. Last week, TRO’s Executive Director Rozalyn Werner-Arcé presented the confirmation of status to students and faculty, and also highlighted the opportunities of TRO membership to the group. (She is pictured here along with Gary Galbraith, Academic Chair of Public Safety, Recreation and Environmental Studies, Seneca College.) “A successful Curriculum Review speaks to the commitment Seneca is making to its students to ensure they are ready to enter practice upon graduation and eligible for their Registration with TRO once they have earned all the necessary PCCs. A win for the students, the school, the profession and most importantly, future clients/patients/residents. Congratulations to all!” --Rozalyn Werner-Arcé.

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