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Upcoming CTRA Webinar

Certification 101

Presented By: Susan Kaufer, CTRS

Join us on Wednesday, Feb 8, 2017 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM EST

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This session provides an in depth review of the NCTRC Certification Standards. It will include the requirements for application, application process, exam information, and requirements to maintain certification.

Learning Outcomes:
1. Describe the NCTRC Certification Standards.
2. Describe the application process for Professional Eligibility.
3. understand the examination format.

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Upcoming CTRA Webinar

Increasing job satisfaction: Results from an exploratory study examining professional quality of life in TR 

Presented By: Ashlyn Stevens, CTRS

Join us on Wednesday, Feb 27, 2017 12:00 PM EST

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This session will outline the results of an exploratory study that examined the professional quality of life of recreation therapists. This session will identify ways in which to increase work satisfaction and professional quality of life. Session participants will receive knowledge and research related to increasing job satisfaction as well as practical hands-on information on how to increase their own satisfaction with their work.Upon completion of this session, participants will be able to:
1. Identify four influencers of work satisfaction
2. Identify three ways to increase work satisfaction in their own practice
3. Identify one of the ways self-compassion and coping influence professional quality of life

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Past CTRA Webinar

Exploring the World of Adapted Video Gaming

Presented By: Laura Oldford, B. Rec, MA, CTRS

Presented on Monday, Jan 23, 2017 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EST

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The world of technology is continually changing, and it provides an interesting opportunity for the field of therapeutic recreation. Through video games, an individual with a disability can become someone who can run, jump, shoot… become someone they never thought they could be. There are physical, social, cognitive, and emotional Recreation Therapy benefits and goals that can be reached in a new and innovative way. This presentation will provide an introduction to various adapted video game technologies that exist, and discuss a new project at the Stan Cassidy Centre in Fredericton, NB that is looking to clinically evaluate its use in a rehabilitation setting.

Upon completion of this session, participants will be able to:

1. Identify three benefits of utilizing adapted video gaming in TR practice
2. Identify three steps in setting up a research project to clinically evaluate a new TR service
3. Demonstrate understanding of at least one video games systems and set up that may be beneficial in their TR practice

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Webinar Post Test – Click Here (must be completed to receive CEU Letter of Participation)
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