Award Nominations

 CTRA Award Package :    PDF

Award Descriptions

  • Demonstrated leadership in his/her student or 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 CTRA member in good standing with a history of membership for at least 1 year
  • Demonstrated that their work encompasses a global perspective of person abilities by considering the cultural context of the person service are being provided
  • Demonstrated a willingness to work effectively with others TR professionals to enhance TR service delivery
  • Has shared their insights in TR professional newsletter, TR student newsletter or TR journals to enhance TR service delivery
  • Demonstrated that they can apply global concepts to local TR service delivery
  • Recipient receives: CTRA award, conference fees waived for next CTRA conference they choose attend and certificate
  • Has donated time in service to the CTRA
  • Has provided ongoing assistance and support to the CTRA throughout the year in the form of i.e. committee work etc.
  • CTRA Board of Directors are NOT eligible for this award
  • Recipient receives: CTRA award and certificate
  • Current CTRA member in good standing with a history of membership for at least 1 year
  • Development of innovative practice or research in therapeutic recreation service
  • Evidence of a stimulating adoption of said practice(s) by professionals at regional, provincial, national and/or international levels
  • Demonstrated transfer of knowledge and expertise to other professionals (presentations, publishing etc.)
  • Well-known therapeutic recreation practitioner in the regional and/or provincial therapeutic recreation community
  • Recipient receives: CTRA award and certificate
  • Nominee must be a current CTRA member in good standing with a history of membership for at least 1 year
  • Nominee must have made a significant contribution to the field of Therapeutic Recreation which may include but is not limited to service on committees and boards which represent advancement in our field, outstanding client care advocacy work in the field of Therapeutic Recreation and the development of workshops/presentations promoting Therapeutic Recreation across Canada
  • Nominee must have made a commitment to ongoing involvement in advancing personal and professional knowledge related to Therapeutic Recreation
  • Recipient receives: CTRA award and certificate
  • Student member in good standing with membership of CTRA for 1 year minimum
  • Employed full-time or part-time in an accredited university/college program
  • Has undertaken an independent challenge or an academic assignment that encompasses initiative, innovation and demonstrates the ability to implement a program or project within the population or community base of interest
  • Has talent that is far reaching, crossing borders into various settings, including new and potential service areas
  • Creativity is encouraged and welcome in terms of where and how TR is being implemented across Canada by aspiring professionals
  • Recipient receives: CTRA award and certificate

    Award Nomination Form 2019

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