America On-line Recreation Therapy Discussion Group
users of AOL, there is an informal discussion group that meets
on Wednesday nights at 10pm in private chat room recreation
Technology and Therapeutic Recreation
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A forum for professional networking for church recreation ministers, camp directors, other practitioners, students, and educators in the field of recreation and leisure services in Christian settings. Discussion of practical, as well as philosophical matters including activity idea sharing, resource sharing, positions available, internship opportunities, etc. E-mail LISTPROC@baylor.edu. The body of the message should read: SUBSCRIBE ChRec-L [Your Name].
Child Life Listserv
The Child Life Council
now offers a new resource for its members in the form of the
CLCforum listserve. It's a great way for child life professionals
to easily communicate daily with others, to share ideas, get
help in solving problems, and learn how things are done in other
CL programs. Listserve subscribers also receive CLC job bank
listings twice a month. To subscribe, or to join the Child Life
Council (it's a members-only service), visit the CLC website
The Florida Therapeutic Recreation Network (FLTRNET) is a new
email group designed to promote and support Therapeutic Recreation
Services within our state. This is achieved through the submission
of information (CEU opportunities, job openings, professional
issues) by TR professionals and students to this email address
(email@example.com). Once information is submitted it will be
scanned for content by the network administrator, spam is weeded
out, then the information is forwarded to all those whom have
subscribed. Addresses are not be shared with outside groups and
only information sent pertinent to our profession will be sent.
In the future we hope to sponsor workshops and provide educational
opportuities but first we must open up the lines of communication!
LIN's mailing list for leisure professionals to share their expertise and keep abreast of what is new in the field.
LINKEDIN has a TR Group. go to http://www.linkedin.com/ to join.
Talk World-wide Internet communities for physical & movement education, recreation, dance, APA (adapted physical activities) and APE (adapted physical education) professionals
This is a New Zealand based group. It is not a part of NZTRA so you do not have to be a member to benefit from the egroup. Job opportunities are shared and spirited conversations can occur. For those of you who would like to join, go to http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/RecTherNZ/join and follow the instructions. Please feel free to pass this on to other TR interested people.
Send an email to LISTSERV@LISTSERV.OKSTATE.EDU then in the first line of the message type SUBSCRIBE RECREATIONALTHERAPYNET
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Society of Park & Recreation Educators
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"This is a listserv for people
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or who are affiliated with Therapeutic Recreation(TR) programs.
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An avenue for students and specialists
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