CPRS_TR_Institute_20 - California Pacific Southwest Recreation Park Training Conference Sacramento California March 8-10 2007 Intensives Wednesday

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California & Pacific Southwest Recreation & Park Training Conference Sacramento, California March 8-10, 2007 Intensives Wednesday, March 7, 2006 “Make it Happen” Hosted by the CPRS Therapeutic Recreation Section and Aging Services Section Registration begins at 6:30 a.m. 7:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. up to 0.9 CEUs Institute Registration and CEU Fees: Before 2/16/07 After 2/16/07 Onsite CPRS/NRPA Member* $140 $168 Non-Member $165 $210 Student** $50 $65 Registration includes educational sessions, lunch, afternoon snack break, and evening social. * NRPA/other state member attach copy of membership card **must include proof of student status Registration must be postmarked by 2/16/07. After 2/16/07, registration must take place onsite. Registrations postmarked after February 16, 2007 do not include lunch. Click here to download the
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Institute Schedule . Click here to download the registration form. or register online at www.cprsmembers.org . Educational Sessions The following sessions are scheduled to be offered at this time, with more on the way. CEU approval is pending for all sessions. KEYNOTE- The Aging Adventurer Make Dreams Happen: Examining Your Values and Barriers Emily Kimball In retirement Emily chased her dreams, biking over 4,700 miles across America and hiking the Appalachian Trail. Share in her adventures and learn to make your own dreams come true. Alzheimer’s Poetry Project: People, Passion, Pleasure Gary Glazner, Founder/Director Alzheimer’s Poetry Project Learn simple techniques and skills to facilitate reciting poetry to people living with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementia. Build Bridges – Partner with Managed Care Pamela M. Mokler, MS How to navigate the changing senior health care landscape, build bridges & develop evidence-based proposals to partner with managed care organizations to serve ethnic and special needs populations. Canine Companions: An Approach to Mobility Anne N. Battiste, MS Canine companions are increasingly common, requiring us to accommodate them in our programs. A companion team shows and tells, providing essential information about this unique approach to mobility. Coalition Building – Less Can be More Sara Lamnin, RTC, CTRS, MS As resources dwindle, the need for collaboration rises. This interactive session will share the success of a non-profit network serving 3,000 students and enable participants to develop coalition- building skills.
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Danceworks—A Motivational Communication Therapy Glenda E. Arnold-Heon, Ph.D. This session will explore motivational communication therapy through movement-art with various dance styles (including ethnic dance) and interactive learning. Explore the mind, body and soul to foster change. Kinship Care: Implications for Recreation Practice
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CPRS_TR_Institute_20 - California Pacific Southwest Recreation Park Training Conference Sacramento California March 8-10 2007 Intensives Wednesday

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