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  • THR-200

    Foundations of Therapy Rec.

    This course provides an introduction to the history, philosophy, theory, concepts, and scope of practice of therapeutic recreation services. Students will also gain an understanding of special population groups, and the role of the recreational therapist as an allied health professional in a variety of practice settings.
  • THR-203

    Leadership Dev AdaptiveSport

    Students will gain an understanding of various conditions that impact motor skill performance, sport participation, recreation, and overall health and well-being of individuals with disabilities. The purpose of this course it to provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary to adapt sport and recreation activities to allow individuals with disabilities to actively participate for fun, skill development, competition, and/or improvement of personal well-being. During the course, students will observe/participate in various adapted physical activities
  • THR-209

    Disabling Cond.Hlth&Function

    This course will provide an overview of disabling conditions affecting youth to adult populations including physical, intellectual, psychological, and developmental disabilities. The etiology, symptoms, prognosis, and impact on health and functioning of individuals with these conditions will be addressed. Students will also gain foundational knowledge regarding the benefit of physical activity and leisure interventions for individuals with these conditions.
  • THR-212

    Assess, Plan and Document THR

    Students will be introduced to various assessment techniques used in therapeutic recreation services and methods of documentation. Students will conduct assessments within the class setting and begin developing individualized programs based on the needs of the individual, documenting initial assessment and client progress.