Laughter has many positive health benefits: it improves resilience, can quicken healing times, and is a great tool for preventative medicine. Here are 11 great tips to introduce humour-based therapy programs to your facility.
Students are the future of the TR profession, which is why it's so important they become involved in running their own TR Awareness Month events. Networking opportunities and the ability to earn PCC are just some of the benefits to students who host their own TR Awareness Month event.
TRO has capability to ensure your transition from a student member to a Professional member is both easy and enjoyable. Renewing your membership with TRO will allow you to continue to enjoy the benefits of belonging to Ontario’s only professional association for Therapeutic Recreation. We highlight some of the most exciting benefits of continued membership with TRO below.
This program demonstrates how combining an activity (such as creating a custom wooden sign) with meditation and self-reflection can hold therapeutic value for participants.
In the past year, TRO has been involved in many meetings and presentations related to advocating on behalf of our profession. The question is, does it promote change?
to improve physical & cognitive functioning & teach various life skills
"people enjoyed sharing their experiences with me, and receiving their treat, they seemed to equally enjoy the pay-it-forward aspect"
Thinking about attending the conference in Ottawa this year?
"The principal was interested to learn that recreation and leisure pursuits can be therapeutic..."
Explore some similarities and differences
Tips from the 2017 Adrienne Gilbert Student Award of Excellence Winner
I can truly say that I’ve never attended one as genuinely warm, lively and inspiring as the Annual TRO...
Dr. McCrovits shared the framework with 1st, 2nd year and RT intensive students, as well community partners...
"Becoming a Board of Director really opened my eyes to the greater scope of Therapeutic Recreation outside of my day to day job."
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Julie Pollock, R/TRO with Therapeutic Recreation Ontario