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The New Normal

I listened to a podcast recently called “The Psychology of Crisis”.  What caught my attention was the word “Crisis” and the fact that it indicated we are all in a Crisis.  We are all currently facing something in our lifetime that we never thought that we would see, or at least I didn’t.  The podcast …

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CTRA COVID-19 Update

Subject: Cancellation of CTRA 2020 Annual Conference From Tanea Goncalves Forward, Executive Director of Canadian Therapeutic Recreation Association Dear Members, Delegates, Volunteers, Staff and Clients, CTRA has made the difficult but necessary decision to cancel the 2020 Annual Conference scheduled for May 6-8, 2020 in Jasper, Alberta due to the continued rapid spread of Coronavirus …

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CTRA 2019 Award Winners

Dr. Gonzaga Da GamaSusan Hutchinson The recipient of this award demonstrates leadership in his/her student of professional organization as a member of the board assisted in organizing annual conference or presented at the annual conference. Demonstrated leadership with his or her involvement with CTRA as a board member, conference organizer or presenter at CTRA. Current …

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NSTRA Call for Papers 2019 – EXTENDED

NSTRA Call for Presentations – EXTENDED Submission Deadline: EXTENDED! Friday, April 26th, 2019 Nova Scotia Therapeutic Recreation Association (N.S.T.R.A.) is hosting their 2nd Annual Conference & AGM On Thursday, October 10th & Friday, October 11th, 2019 Best Western Glengarry, Truro, NSCONFERENCE THEME:“Soaring to New Horizons Together” Soaring to new horizons by uniting our knowledge and …

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FIRST INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON INCLUSIVE LEISURE EXPERIENCES

              CALL FOR ABSTRACTS First international symposium on inclusive leisure experiences at Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, Trois-Rivières, Québec, Canada October 22 – 23, 2019 For a long time, leisure interventions with persons with disabilities have been mainly anchored in a therapeutic approach aimed at reducing deficits or impairment, with leisure posited as a ‘tool’ …

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