Thank you 2022 Sponsors!

A special shout out to our 2022 Conference Sponsors! Thank you for your support for the 2022 Canadian Therapeutic Recreation Association Conference this past May! Over Almost 300 Therapeutic recreation Practitioners, managers, students and supporters from across the world came together virtually to learn, discover and connect for our profession  Having sponsorships such as those …

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The National Day of Arts in Care Homes, 24 September #AICH2022 The National Day of Arts in Care Homes is an annual event, led by NAPA in the UK, which takes place on 24 September. The aim is to champion, promote and encourage arts engagement in care settings. Read about previous events here: https://artsincarehomes.org.uk/previous-national-days/.  This year, …

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Leisure for Health: Therapeutic Recreation for All Canadians

We are so excited to announce that the article written up by the CTRA Marketing Director highlighting the importance of our profession has officially been published!! Check out the Global Heroes website below or view the image of the article included within this email! https://www.globalheroes.com/therapeutic-recreation-for-all-canadians/ Happy Therapeutic Recreation Month!!

Reminder to Keep Our Heads Held High

https://canadian-tr.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/We-are-Essential-Video.mp4 To all of our Members + Colleagues, I thought I would take this time to write you all a quick note regarding how important Recreation Therapy has been during this pandemic. We have been vital in ensuring residents quality of life can remain as high as possible during these challenging times, through a number …

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March BOD Highlights

Each month the CTRA Board of Directors meets over the GoToMeeting platform to work together and Address Therapeutic Recreation issues across the country. These meetings are scheduled for 7:00 p.m. eastern time and are supposed to end at 8:00 but I can attest to the fact that they always go over the allotted one hour …

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