|Canadian Therapeutic Recreation Association|
What is TRO-ER?: Therapeutic Recreation Ontario - Eastern Region (TRO-ER)is comprised of a group of Recreation Therapists from the Eastern Region. We share ideas and resources, and work collaboratively on issues and initiatives that are important and relevant to us in the Eastern Region. Our members and executive committee work in a variety of settings all over the Eastern Region including: Acute or Chronic Care Hospitals, Rehabilitation Hospitals, Mental Health Facilities, Long Term Care, Assisted Living, Community Based Agencies, Educational Facilities, Municipal Therapeutic Recreation Programs, and Private Practice. Members of TRO-ER are all members in good standing with TRO.
|Alberta Therapeutic Recreation Association|
|British Columbia Therapeutic Recreation Association|
|Manitoba Therapeutic Recreation Association|
|Newfoundland and Labrador Therapeutic Recreation|
|Quebec Association of Activity Professionals|
|Regina Therapeutic Recreation Association|
|Ontario Long Term Care Association
OLTCA is the largest long term care provider association in Ontario and the only association that represents the full mix of long term care operators - private, not-for-profit, charitable and municipal. Our member homes are regulated by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care and provide care and accommodation services to residents throughout Ontario.
|National Council for Therapeutic Recreation Certification (NCTRC)|
|National Recreation and Park Association|
|Activity Professionals of Ontario
"A Professional Organization for Leisure Recreation Providers in Healthcare Settings"
"Your source for assistive technology information"
"Here, young people with disabilities and illnesses connect with all kinds of possibilities that address their needs as curious, growing citizens of the planet. They meet and chat with other people like them in a virtual world that transcends boundaries and barriers. They make friends, get tips from mentors, and freely participate in an atmosphere of collaboration, companionship and support."
|Coalition for Active Living|
|Active Adult Magazine|
|Concepts du Sablier
Therapeutic Recreation Supplies and Resources
|TR Book Publisher Idyll Arbor
"The Idyll Arbor web site will still help you in three ways. You will be able to purchase resources to help you at work and at home, you will be able to access three free journals, and you will be able to contact their staff for answers to questions you might have." "Idyll Arbor's primary mission is to improve the quality of health care provided to clients by providing quality information and resources to practitioners."
|Canadian Wheelchair Sports Association
The Canadian Wheelchair Sports Association (CWSA), founded in 1967, is a national sport organization representing wheelchair athletes. It is an incorporated, not-for-profit, organization recognized by Sport Canada
|Leisure Information Network
Powering knowledge exchange for practitioners and organizations in recreation and sport since 1995, LIN is the home of Canada’s National Recreation Database (https://lin.ca/recreation-database). If your organization is working to promote healthy active people and communities, LIN is Canada’s repository for the knowledge and collective wisdom that will help you work more effectively.
Life in Full -Website includes TR program ideas, inspiring stories, best practices, advice from professionals in the field.
|Parks and Recreation Ontario|
|Therapeutic Recreation Directory|
|Corner Stones Magazine|
|Venture Publishing TR Book Publisher
"Publishing Books That Matter in Recreation and Leisure Studies; Therapeutic Recreation; Activity Programming; Public, Private and Commercial Recreation; and Long-Term Care. "
|Melody Lane Productions Video's for Seniors|
|PAVR-O-Professional Administrators of Volunteer Resources - Ontario (PAVR-O)
PAVR-O is a provincial organization which promotes professional standards of excellence in the administration of volunteer resources throughout Ontario. It was formed in 1998 as a consolidation of OAVA (Ontario Association of Volunteer Administration) and ODVH (Ontario Directors of Volunteers in Healthcare).
|Human Kinetics Publishers
Therapeutic Recreation Leadership and Programming.Therapeutic Recreation Leadership and Programming will help students learn the essential aspects of professional practice while developing a leadership mind-set. The book focuses on the day-to-day responsibilities of the TRS while integrating ethical considerations into each aspect of the job. Readers will learn how to perform the daily work of a therapeutic recreation specialist while maintaining the highest ethical standards of the profession.