The Covid Chronicles Part I: How to Adapt Your Interventions During a Pandemic
Tuesday June 16th, 2020 from 4-6pm.
Facilitated over Google Meet. Capacity is 30.
Special Pandemic Pricing
Members: $5 (membership verification required)
Invoice will be sent to you after your application is received and reviewed.
Registration Deadline: Friday, June 12th, 2020
Continuing Education Information
Sharlene Evans, TRS, CTRS, and Erica Yaeger, TRS, CTRS
Recreational therapists and other healthcare professionals serve a large and diverse variety of populations. All of these populations have very specific, individualized needs and goals. The designs of evidence based recreational therapy based interventions among these diverse populations are unique. However each healthcare professional and each recreational therapist does have one common issue that concerns the people they work with. That issue is COVID-19. Whatever setting recreational therapist work, there is this new common challenge that needs to be addressed, and new skills need to be created to adapt recreational therapy programs and be effective.
The goals of this online workshop will be to 1: introduce two evidence based RT interventions that may be used in recreational therapy program regardless of the setting. And 2: Create a space to practice the problem solving and adaptation skills needed to tackle the running RT programs during a pandemic.
Below is a timeline of what will be covered during the workshop.
4-4:15pm: Meet and greet. discuss objectives of workshop.
4:15-4:45pm: Intervention one addressing mental health (toolbox coping skills).
4:45-5pm: Break out into groups of common populations where we can troubleshoot and adapt the activity.
5-5:10pm: Come back together to discuss what was learned.
5:15-5:45pm: Intervention two addressing cognitive (reminiscence/ TBD).
5:45-6pm: Break out into groups again.
6-6:15pm: Discuss what was learned and close the workshop.
0.2 CEUs / 2 Contact Hours will be awarded upon successful completion of the workshop.