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"inTeRlink" is an on-line therapeutic recreation newsletter featuring links to articles on & related to recreation therapy and therapeutic recreation on the Internet. Send news items and links to Charlie Dixon at charlie * recreationtherapy.com (change * to @ before emailing).

Date shown on each article reflect the date link/item was added to this page and not necessary the date the article was written. It is quite possible that linked articles are no longer available.

11-18-09

Call for Manuscripts

     American Journal of Recreation Therapy, an independent double-blind peer-reviewed print and online journal,  welcomes original research manuscripts that contribute to the field of therapeutic and recreational therapies in the management of rehabilitation and quality of life for disabled persons of all ages. The journal also receives and publishes original papers regarding all uses of recreation therapy, as well as articles on the legal and regulatory issues surrounding this important field.

Manuscripts are accepted for review as original clinical or basic science research, case reports, clinical reviews, literature reviews, practical application, inservice updates and letters to the editor. Manuscript submission is handled electronically. To submit a manuscript, please follow this link to http://ajrt.allentrack2.net.  For additional author guidelines and instructions please visit the journal's webpage, www.recreationtherapy.org .

     American Journal of Recreation Therapy is the journal of record in the field and features a distinguished Editorial Review Board led by Editor-In-Chief, Professor Linda Buettner, PhD, LRT, CTRS.  Dr. Buettner has a long standing reputation as one of the country's most respected leaders in the challenging field of recreation therapy.  

     As Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Buettner guides the journal's leadership role at a time when the spotlight has been switched on to the rising problem of abuse and poor quality of care for the disabled and long term care patients. We are actively seeking papers dealing with all aspects of recreation therapy. 

These include:

- Basic Science and Research in RT

- Innovative RT therapies for pediatrics, rehab, mental health, and geriatrics
- Evidence to support recreational therapy
- Innovative education and training for recreational therapy students
- Best practices for various disability groups
- Advocacy and public policy issues vital to the profession
- and more... 

    To submit a manuscript, please visit http://ajrt.allentrack2.net .  There are no submission, editing or layout fees for articles submitted and published in the journal. 

American Journal of Recreation Therapy features a short time to publish as well as an online edition of the journal that can integrate audio and video presentations not available with the print version. Published authors receive print copies of journal with their article.

To submit an article click here. To subscribe immediately click here. For other details, contact the publisher, Weston Medical Publishing at 781-899-2702, or visit the Web page at www.recreationtherapy.org .

 
ATRA 2010 Mid-Year Conference
in Biloxi, MS
February 21-23, 2010
Call For Papers Deadline is November 15, 2009!

Submit yours today!

"Coasting Toward Success" is an exciting and tremendous learning opportunity for recreational therapists, students, educators and allied health professionals from around the world to come together to advance the practice of recreational therapy.
 
Educational sessions are presented in individual concurrent sessions, selected from proposals submitted in response to this Call for Papers by a blind peer review (anonymous author).  Ninety and 180 minute sessions are available, as well as all day or half day pre-conference intensives.  Topics address issues facing professionals including public policy, treatment interventions and management issues.  Download the form for more information.
 
Please submit your proposal and required information as a Microsoft Word attachment by November 15, 2009, to receive full consideration.  Responses will be sent to all individuals submitting a proposal by December 15, 2009.

 

 

9-30-09

SPEAKERS SOUGHT FOR TR SESSIONS AT 2010 NRPA CONGRESS

National Recreation and Park Association would like to invite interested speakers to submit proposals for Therapeutic Recreation sessions at the 2010 Congress to be held October 26-28, 2010 in Minneapolis, MN. Consider sharing your knowledge, experience, and best practice techniques as it pertains to the practice of Therapeutic Recreation. The online form for submission can be found at http://www.surveygizmo.com/s/159788/1rw5l and information on the NRPA website can be found at: http://www.nrpa.org/Content.aspx?id=972. Deadline for submission is November 20, 2009.

 

7-21-09

This is a call for manuscripts for Activities Directors' Quarterly for Alzheimer's and Other Dementias
     
   Activities Directors Quarterly specializes in the care of older adults in long-term care settings with all types of dementia including Alzheimer's disease.
 
We need your help! 

Our goal is to provide relevant, high quality information from diverse sources and to serve as effectively as possible the needs of those involved in activities programs for people with Alzheimer's disease or other dementias. If you have information, articles, or manuscripts that would help us achieve these goals, we would like to hear from you.
 
Activities Directors' Quarterly publishes articles, lesson plans, program outlines, commentaries, and studies related to activities-based programs and research which would be of interest to activities directors, occupational therapists, and other professionals in long-term care, transitional care, and assisted-living facilities.    
   
Over the past 10 years, Activities Directors' Quarterly has become a valuable tool for activities professionals worldwide dealing with dementia patients at all stages. I ask you to share your research and specialized activities so that others may benefit!
 
Please send your manuscripts to adq@pnpco.com  or deborah_rines@pnpco.com .
 

Thank you for your consideration!

Very truly yours,

Deborah Rines
Editorial Coordinator
Activities Directors' Quarterly for Alzheimer's and Other Dementias
deborah_rines@pnpco.com     

Activities Directors' Quarterly for Alzheimer's and Other Dementias
is the journal of record in the field and features a distinguished Editorial Review Board led by Editor-In-Chief, Professor Linda Buettner, PhD, LRT, CTRS.  Dr. Buettner has a long standing reputation as one of the country's most respected leaders in the challenging field of therapeutic activities for dementia patients. As Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Buettner guides the journal's leadership role at a time when the spotlight has been switched on to the rising problem of abuse and poor quality activities for long term care patients.  
 

 

5/29/09

Oklahoma passes licensure act

Senate Bill 546, Therapeutic Recreation Practice Act, was signed by Governor Henry on this date. Click here for bill

 

5-22-09

ATRA ACTION ALERT
Inpatient Medical Rehabilitation


On April 29th, 2009, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) issued its 2010 proposed rule for the inpatient rehabilitation facility (IRF) prospective payment system (PPS).  CMS has also proposed to revise the Medicare Benefits Policy Manual (MBPM) provisions on coverage of IRF services and has established a separate comment period and process for these changes.

Taken together, the proposals represent one of the most comprehensive sets of rule changes governing access to inpatient rehabilitation services in years and will set the stage for IRF care for the foreseeable future.

Proposed CMS Change:

In reference to the "3-hour Rule," the removal of the phrase "other skilled rehabilitative modalities" and insertion of "... active and ongoing therapeutic intervention of at least two therapy disciplines (physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech-language pathology, or prosthetics/orthotics therapy)..."  in both the IRF-PPS final rule for 2010 and the Medicare Benefits Policy Manual.


Proposed ATRA Member Actions:

Given the impact such a change will have for years to come, ATRA needs all RT professionals to:

1)  Submit two comment letters to CMS (Note: Because CMS will make changes to two different rules and regulations, comments need to be submitted to two different sources); and

2)  Solicit similar comments to CMS from your colleagues in your IRF setting including Physicians, Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Nurses and other providers. You can share the draft letter with them.

Drafting a Comment Letter:

1)  Please review the draft letter below. Add your personal information in the beginning paragraph. 

2)  Your comments addressing the proposed rule change must be submitted to CMS as soon as possible. While the deadline may be June 29th, we need to demonstrate an influx of responses well before that date so PLEASE DO NOT DELAY in drafting and sending your comment letter. The final deadline is no later than June 29th, 2009 at www.regulations.gov under file "CMS-1538-P".

3)  Your comments addressing the proposed MBPM changes are due no later than June 30th, 2009 at mbpmcomments@cms.hhs.gov. Please send as soon as possible.

4)    If you can fax or email ATRA a copy we would appreciate tracking the responses (email national@atra-tr.org or fax 601-582-3354.

DRAFT LETTER 
[Please use your personal or agency stationary for your response.  Also, please ask your administrators to submit a letter on our behalf using facility letterhead.  Delete this instruction in your final letter]
 


Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
Department of Health and Human Services
Attention: CMS-1538-P
P.O. Box 8012
Baltimore, MD 21244-8012
Re: Proposed Rule for Medicare Program; Inpatient Rehabilitation Facility Prospective Payment System for Federal Fiscal Year 2010 (42 CFR, parts 412, May 6, 2009)

To Whom It May Concern:

I am a recreational therapist practicing in XX city and XX state. 

I would like to take this opportunity to respond to the Proposed Rule for the Inpatient Rehabilitation Facility (IRF) Prospective Payment System for Fiscal Year 2010.  My principal concern relates to the proposed changes to the so-called "Three Hour Rule" that is used as a guideline for determining a patient's need for a relatively intense level of therapy services.

Under the current Three Hour Rule, the physician and rehabilitation team are given flexibility to determine, on a priority basis, which skilled modalities are appropriate for each patient in the IRF setting.  A number of specific therapies are explicitly identified as "skilled modalities," including but not limited to physical therapy (PT), occupational therapy (OT), speech language pathology (ST), and orthotics and prosthetics (O&P).  Until recently, over half the fiscal intermediaries permitted recreational therapy services to be counted as a skilled modality for purposes of qualifying under the Three Hour Rule.   

The proposed changes restrict the current language of the Three Hour Rule by limiting the therapies that may be counted toward the total amount of therapy time to PT, OT, ST and O&P only, leaving no discretion for clinicians to determine the appropriate mix of therapy services for each patient.  The modification, as proposed, excludes recreational therapy, despite the fact that recreational therapy provided in an IRF must be medically necessary and ordered by a physician as part of the patient's treatment plan. 


Elimination of recreational therapy as counting toward the Three Hour Rule will have a negative impact on access to this important therapy and is not reflective of current practices in inpatient rehabilitation.  Furthermore, such an exclusion is not consistent with CMS policy on medical necessity and deference to the judgment of the treating physician. Recreational therapy, when provided by a qualified recreational therapy professional (nationally certified and/or state licensed), has proven to have a statistically positive effect on Functional Independence Measure (FIM) score gains for both stroke and spinal cord injury patients (See Williams, R., et al, 2007 and Hawkins, B., 2009) and is commonly utilized with a variety of other patient populations.

I am therefore requesting that CMS explicitly include recreational therapy in the list of therapy services that may be counted under the Three Hour Rule when ordered by a physician as part of a patient's plan of care and provided by a qualified recreational therapy professional (nationally certified and/or state licensed). This should be reflected in both the regulations and the Medicare Benefits Policy Manual.  Furthermore, I would like to offer my support to the position and request made by Congresswoman Tauscher and Congressman Thompson in their letter to Ms. Charlene M. Frizzera, Acting Administrator for CMS dated May 4, 2009.

Thank you for your consideration of my views.

Sincerely,


Your name
Title
Mailing Address
City, State, Zip
Telephone number

cc:    ATRA National Office 

 


ATRA Now Accepting Applications for Peg Connolly Scholarships
  
(5-8-09) The American Therapeutic Recreation Association is excited to provide the opportunity for students within the field of therapeutic recreation to receive the Peg Connolly Scholarship.  Named in honor of Dr. Peg Connolly, former Executive Director of the National Council for Therapeutic Recreation Certification and first ATRA President, this program provides a tremendous experience for students.

Here are the Program Basics:

What?  Eight stipends are available to attend ATRA's Annual Conference, including conference registration, lodging accommodations and meal stipend ($100).  Students are responsible for their transportation to/from the conference.  This scholarship is a "working scholarship".  Students assist in various aspects of implementing the conference such as room hosting, registration and monitoring social events.  

Who?  This scholarship is available to undergraduate and graduate students who will be enrolled in a therapeutic recreation program during the conference year. 

Where?  The 2009 Annual Conference will be held in Minneapolis, Minnesota. 

When?  You must be able to attend a mandatory training on October 1, 2009 as well as the ATRA Annual Conference from October 2-October 5, 2009.

Why?  This program has tremendous personal and professional benefits and rewards.  Not only do students gain professional knowledge from sessions, students have the opportunity to network with professionals from around the country.  ATRA believes the future of our field depends on the continuing growth of students.  Today, many former scholarship recipients prove this belief by serving vital roles within our profession.  

How?  Follow the steps indicated on page 2 by the established deadline.  ATRA wishes to reward students who demonstrate exceptional competence in the field of therapeutic recreation on the basis of their academic achievement, personal and professional philosophy, leadership skills and other occupational achievements. All application materials must be submitted electronically (transcripts may be mailed to the coordinator). Page 3 shows the Evaluation Criteria for the application process.

Due to the competitiveness of this scholarship, students will only be eligible to receive this award one time during their academic pursuits.

Download the Application.  Deadline for submissions is 5/22/09. 



ATRA Leadership Call

Thursday, April 30 

Thursday, April 30
4:00pm Eastern

Join ATRA's leadership for an informative update on legislation, conference, newsletter, website and more.

For Audio:  Dial 1-800-325-1307
To View Webinar: Log into www.confertel.net 
Enter Conference pass Code 695109 and your name in the log-in box

 

 

American Journal of Recreation Therapy, an independent double-blind peer-reviewed print and online journal,  welcomes original research manuscripts that contribute to the field of therapeutic and recreational therapies in the management of rehabilitation and quality of life for disabled persons of all ages. The journal also receives and publishes original papers regarding all uses of recreation therapy, as well as articles on the legal and regulatory issues surrounding this important field.
 
Manuscripts are accepted for review as original clinical or basic science research, case reports, clinical reviews, literature reviews, practical application, inservice updates and letters to the editor. Manuscript submission is handled electronically. To submit a manuscript, please follow this link to http://ajrt.allentrack2.net.  For additional author guidelines and instructions please visit the journal's webpage, www.recreationtherapy.org .

American Journal of Recreation Therapy is the journal of record in the field and features a distinguished Editorial Review Board led by Editor-In-Chief, Professor Linda Buettner, PhD, LRT, CTRS.  Dr. Buettner has a long standing reputation as one of the country's most respected leaders in the challenging field of recreation therapy.  

As Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Buettner guides the journal's leadership role at a time when the spotlight has been switched on to the rising problem of abuse and poor quality of care for the disabled and long term care patients. We are actively seeking papers dealing with all aspects of recreation therapy. 

These include:

- Basic Science and Research in RT
- Innovative RT therapies for pediatrics, rehab, mental health, and geriatrics
- Evidence to support recreational therapy
- Innovative education and training for recreational therapy students
- Best practices for various disability groups
- Advocacy and public policy issues vital to the profession
- and more... 

To submit a manuscript, please visit http://ajrt.allentrack2.net .  There are no submission, editing or layout fees for articles submitted and published in the journal. 

American Journal of Recreation Therapy features a short time to publish as well as an online edition of the journal that can integrate audio and video presentations not available with the print version. Published authors receive print copies of journal with their article.

To submit an article click here. To subscribe immediately click here. For other details, contact the publisher, Weston Medical Publishing at 781-899-2702, or visit the Web page at www.recreationtherapy.org .

 

(3-12-09) Call for Manuscripts - Activities Directors' Quarterly for Alzheimer's and Other Dementia Patients

   Activities Directors Quarterly specializes in the care of older adults in long-term care settings with all types of dementia including Alzheimer's disease.
 
We need your help! 

   Our goal is to provide relevant, high quality information from diverse sources and to serve as effectively as possible the needs of those involved in activities programs for people with Alzheimer's disease or other dementias. If you have information, articles, or manuscripts that would help us achieve these goals, we would like to hear from you.
 
    Activities Directors' Quarterly publishes articles, lesson plans, program outlines, commentaries, and studies related to activities-based programs and research which would be of interest to activities directors, occupational therapists, and other professionals in long-term care, transitional care, and assisted-living facilities.    
   
   Over the past 10 years, Activities Directors' Quarterly has become a valuable tool for activities professionals worldwide dealing with dementia patients at all stages. I ask you to share your research and specialized activities so that others may benefit!
 
    Please send your manuscripts to adq@pnpco.com or deborah_rines@pnpco.com .

Thank you for your consideration!

Very truly yours,

Deborah Rines
Editorial Coordinator
Activities Directors' Quarterly for Alzheimer's and Other Dementias 

     Activities Directors' Quarterly for Alzheimer's and Other Dementias
is the journal of record in the field and features a distinguished Editorial Review Board led by Editor-In-Chief, Professor Linda Buettner, PhD, LRT, CTRS.  Dr. Buettner has a long standing reputation as one of the country's most respected leaders in the challenging field of therapeutic activities for dementia patients.
  As Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Buettner guides the journal's leadership role at a time when the spotlight has been switched on to the rising problem of abuse and poor quality activities for long term care patients.  

 

 

(3-2-09) Call for Manuscripts for American Journal of Recreation Therapy

     American Journal of Recreation Therapy, an independent double-blind peer-reviewed print and online journal,  welcomes original research manuscripts that contribute to the field of therapeutic and recreational therapies in the management of rehabilitation and quality of life for disabled persons of all ages. The journal also receives and publishes original papers regarding all uses of recreation therapy, as well as articles on the legal and regulatory issues surrounding this important field.

Manuscripts are accepted for review as original clinical or basic science research, case reports, clinical reviews, literature reviews, practical application, inservice updates and letters to the editor. Manuscript submission is handled electronically. To submit a manuscript, please follow this link to http://ajrt.allentrack2.net.  For additional author guidelines and instructions please visit the

journal's webpage, www.recreationtherapy.org .
  
   
     American Journal of Recreation Therapy is the journal of record in the field and features a distinguished Editorial Review Board led by Editor-In-Chief, Professor Linda Buettner, PhD, LRT, CTRS.  Dr. Buettner has a long standing reputation as one of the country's most respected leaders in the challenging field of recreation therapy.  
 

     As Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Buettner guides the journal's leadership role at a time when the spotlight has been switched on to the rising problem of abuse and poor quality of care for the disabled and long term care patients. We are actively seeking papers dealing with all aspects of recreation therapy. 

These include:

- Basic Science and Research in RT
- Innovative RT therapies for pediatrics, rehab, mental health, and geriatrics
- Evidence to support recreational therapy
- Innovative education and training for recreational therapy students
- Best practices for various disability groups
- Advocacy and public policy issues vital to the profession
- and more... 
 

    To submit a manuscript, please visit http://ajrt.allentrack2.net .  There are no submission, editing or layout fees for articles submitted and published in the journal. 

American Journal of Recreation Therapy features a short time to publish as well as an online edition of the journal that can integrate audio and video presentations not available with the print version. Published authors receive print copies of journal with their article.

To submit an article click here. To subscribe immediately click here. For other details, contact the publisher, Weston Medical Publishing at 781-899-2702, or visit the Web page at www.recreationtherapy.org .

 

 

Judith Voelkl

Judith E. Voelkl of Champaign, 51, formerly of Clemson, South Carolina, passed away on February 7, 2009 at the home of her sister and brother in law in Champaign. Voelkl was born on February 25, 1957 in Boston, Massachusetts. She grew up in Lisle, Illinois.

She received her B.S. from Illinois State University, her M.S. from Indiana University, and her Ph.D. from The Pennsylvania State University. She was a Professor of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management at Clemson University. Her scholarly work focused on quality of life issues for elders residing in nursing homes. She received numerous awards for her work, including the 2005 Scholarly Achievement Award from the American Therapeutic Recreation Association and in 2006 she was inducted into the Academy of Leisure Sciences. Aside from her professional work, she had a large network of friends who assisted her through her final year. Throughout her adulthood she also spent a great deal of time quilting, walking her dog, studying Buddhism and practicing meditation.

She is survived by her mother, Pauline Voelkl of Urbana, her sister Deborah Russo of Boston, her sister and brother in law, Cynthia Voelkl and Ernest Blackwelder of Champaign, and her beloved nephews Leo and Owen Blackwelder.

A Buddhist memorial service (a Sukhavati) will be held at Japan House on the University of Illinois campus at 1:00 on Saturday, February 14, 2009. A memorial service will also be held in Clemson, SC at the Clemson University Outdoor Lab Bowfin Lodge at 4:00 on Thursday, February 12, 2009.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Judi Voelkl Scholarship Fund in the Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management at Clemson University. Checks may be made out to CU Foundation and “Judi Voelkl Scholarship” written in the memo line. Mail checks to Clemson University-PRTM, 263 Lehotsky Hall, PO Box 340735, Clemson, South Carolina 29634-0735.

Judi’s spirit, passion and laugh will be sorely missed by all who loved her.



NCTRC Promotes Licensure for the Practice of Recreation Therapy
from NCTRC at http://www.nctrc.org/newsletter/JanFeb09.html#1

Sponsorship of state and provincial licensure of recreation therapy practice has become a focal point for many groups and organizations. NCTRC supports such initiatives and seeks to play an active role in the expansion of RT licensure within the United States and Canada.

What is the purpose of licensure?

To safeguard the health and safety of the public and protect the public from harm by unqualified persons through the establishment of a minimum level of education, experience and competence to assure the highest degree of professional care and conduct on the part of the licensed recreation therapist.

Why is licensure important?

Licensure allows for protection of the consumer by ensuring competency standards have been met in order to practice recreation therapy. Licensure will enable the monitoring of the recreation therapy practice and serve to strengthen the integrity of the profession.

Action Taken by NCTRC to Promote Licensure:

NCTRC recognizes the imperative for therapeutic recreation professionals to actively seek regulation within their respective states and provinces in an effort to protect the public. NCTRC also acknowledges the potential negative financial and professional consequences for not pursuing such action. It is advisable that professional groups pursue this important goal in a very cautious and deliberate manner and in doing so, establish a collaborative relationship with NCTRC. At present, there are three states that have an established licensure program regulating TR professionals: New Hampshire, North Carolina, and Utah. Although these three state licensure programs vary with respect to rules and regulations, all do include the base requirement of the passage of the NCTRC Certification Exam as a necessary component of their licensure eligibility criteria.

In 2007 the NCTRC Board of Directors formally endorsed a position paper pertaining to licensure of recreation therapy. The NCTRC Position Paper on the Legal Regulation of the Practice of Recreation Therapy is a direct outgrowth of many years of dedicated service by dozens of individuals who served on the State Recognition Project Committee from 1998 to 2005. The States Recognition Project (SRP) served as a joint task force established by the American Therapeutic Recreation Association (ATRA), National Therapeutic Recreation Society (NTRS) and National Council for Therapeutic Recreation Certification (NCTRC) in an effort to share information and to create a unified document to advocate for the establishment of legal recognition (licensure) within the TR profession. As a result of the SRP effort, a commonly defined Scope of Practice pertaining to the practice of recreation therapy was developed and subsequently accepted by all three participating organizations. Additionally, the SRP was also responsible for the development of a list of terms and definitions pertaining to the practice of recreation therapy. Both of these documents appear in the appendices of the NCTRC Position Paper.

The NCTRC Position Paper was reviewed and endorsed by both the NTRS and ATRA Boards of Directors. A full length copy of the paper is available from the NCTRC website www.NCTRC.org.

 

NCTRC Creates Marketing Packet for Intern Supervisors

Did you know that the most prevalent reason for a denial of a new application is the failure to meet the required NCTRC Field Placement Standards? The internship experience is a shared responsibility between the student, internship supervisor, and academic supervisor. All three parties need to work together to ensure that the field placement is a positive learning experience and completed in accordance with the NCTRC Standards. NCTRC has created a new marketing packet that includes vital information to assist your agency in meeting the NCTRC guidelines for the completion of an internship. If you would like a copy of this packet, please contact NCTRC via email nctrc@nctrc.org or phone 845-639-1439 to receive your copy.

A Pilot Study to Determine the Effect of Therapeutic Thematic Arts Programming (TTAP©) on Cognitive Function in Patient?s Affected by Mild Dementia of the Alzheimer?s type.

1-6-09
The pilot will run for 28 weeks from January 2009 through June, and we hope to secure a NIH grant on the data results. If you are interested in learning more about the TTAP Method and or would like to create a research study from protocols that have been developed please visit my web site at www.levinemadoriphd.com . You will find new video's on the TTAP Method with TR Internship students, TTAP method with Alzheimers Disease and more. The TTAP is a multi-modal approach which can be replicated and therefore is simple to create clinical structured studies.


 

 

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