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Therapeutic recreation for exceptional children

let me in, I want to play

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Published by C.C. Thomas in Springfield, Ill., U.S.A .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Recreational therapy for children,
  • Children with disabilities -- Recreation,
  • Play therapy

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Aubrey H. Fine ; Nya M. Fine, consultant ; with a foreword by Chester L. Land.
    ContributionsFine, Aubrey H., Fine, Nya M.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRJ53.R43 F56 1996
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxix, 401 p. :
    Number of Pages401
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL971475M
    ISBN 100398066612, 0398066620, 0398066620
    LC Control Number96008263

      Therapeutic Recreation and Inclusion Services Programs in Central Brevard reflect the use of Therapeutic Recreation for children and adults at all ability levels. Weekdays include School visits with students in Exceptional Education classes and Adult Day-Care Centers providing services to develop and use their leisure in ways that enhance their Start Date: GallopNYC uses the proven benefits of therapeutic horsemanship to provide measurable benefits for people with developmental, emotional, social, and physical disabilities. Through weekly riding sessions with PATH-Int’l. instructors, we help riders learn new skills, inspiring each one to live life as fully, productively, and independently as /5(6).

    a) Most parents of children with severe disabilities oppose inclusion. b) Most parents of students with disabilities support inclusion. c) Many parents of children with disabilities support inclusion and others oppose it. d) Many parents of children with disabilities support . Plano Parks & Recreation Therapeutic Programs provide year-round recreational programs for children, teens and adults from age one year old to over 60 years of age. The programs include outings to local businesses and restaurants, dances, in-house classes that cover academic issues, and programs that include arts and crafts, music, games and a.

    1. Author(s): Fine,Aubrey H; Fine,Nya M Title(s): Therapeutic recreation for exceptional children: let me in, I want to play/ edited by Aubrey H. Fine ; Nya M. Fine. Therapeutic Recreation Journal, , 3, 4, Points out that community teamwork is absolutely neces-sary if recreation depart-ments are to meet the needs of retarded persons. National Recreation and Parks Associa-tion. Selected Bibliograph on Recrea-tion for the Mentally Retarded. Therapeutic Recreation Journal, 19b9, J, 4,


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Fine, Nya M. Fine (Editor) Paperback - pages 2nd edition (March. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Therapeutic recreation for exceptional children.

Springfield, Ill., U.S.A.: C.C. Thomas, © (OCoLC) ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxiv, pages: illustrations ; 26 cm: Contents: Introduction: let me in, i want to play/Fine --Play- a child's word for learning/Siaw, Fine, Payne --Motor development of children/Payne --Therapeutic recreation --what is it all about?/Fine --Development of an effective therapy recreation program/Dixon --Assessment: a need.

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