THE CANADIAN THERAPEUTIC RECREATION ASSOCIATION IS A NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF PRACTITIONERS IN THE FIELD OF THERAPEUTIC RECREATION – INCORPORATED IN 1996.
Our Mission is to advocate for the Therapeutic Recreation Profession and our Membership.
Joining the Canadian Therapeutic Recreation Association membership provides access to member only benefits like Job postings, CTRS database access, profession liability insurance…..
Please note that membership criteria and fees have changed for the 2015/2016 membership year ….
If you wish to post a Therapeutic Recreation job in our members only section (viewed by 700 potentially qualified professionals) contact: email@example.com
President – Doug Cripps
President Elect – Crystal Watson
Past President – Chris Richard
Secretary – Courtney Bartman
Treasurer – Heather Baker
Western Director – Jane Crawford
Prairie Director – Karla Nogue
Central Director – Tracey Dion
Atlantic Director – Carl Ings
Marketing Director – Glenn Skimming
Education Director – Tristan Hopper
Tanea Goncalves Forward
NSRPH Annual AGM & Conference offers a unique learning opportunity for professionals, therapists, managers, programmers, volunteers & students. NSRPH has come a long way in 22 years and with this year’s theme the planning committee would like to focus on the importance of Re-Energizing, Re-Organizing and Motivating Recreation Professionals to stay current on trends, best practice and techniques that will create new opportunities for your Professional Practice.
The Institute of Environment and Recreation Management together with World Urban Parks will be hosting its annual Congress from Monday 26 September 2016 to Wednesday, 28 September 2016 in the City of Cape Town. This year’s convention will be co-hosted by the University of South Africa (UNISA). We invite all parties who may be interested in presenting papers or case studies at the convention to submit an abstract (form attached) of no more than 200 words to the IERM Secretariat by Friday, 20 May 2016.
The Engaging Conversations Conference being held in Meaford, Ontario on May 2 and 3. The conference has a variety of presentations centering on arts and culture programming for individuals with cognitive challenges including individuals with dementia, developmental delays and other conditions medically or environmental causing cognitive challenges. Among the presenters are The National Ballet School of Canada presenting their dance programs and Meaford’s Living Memories program will also be presented.
TRO & CTRA have a number of upcoming webinars for all members and non-members. For more information and registration please go to the following link: Webinars