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1 PA Recreation & Park Society and PA Therapeutic Recreation Society present 47 th Annual TRI 2015 June, 3-5, 2015 Pre-Conference June 2 DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Lancaster, PA PROGRAM GUIDE

2 Institute at a Glance Wednesday, June 3 8:00 am - 4:00 pm Conference Registration 9:30 am -11:30 am Keynote: You re a Piece of Work! Celebrate Joy, Passion and Influence 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Lunch 1:15 pm - 2:45 pm Sessions (A, B, C, D) A: Dancing With Wolves-How to Deal Superbly and Creatively With Difficult People B: Enhancing Your Residents Nutritional Status through Therapeutic Recreation Programming C: TR Programming with Traumatic Brain Injury: Carry over each session D: Documentation: Validating the Road to a Healthy Leisure Lifestyle 2:45 pm - 3:00 pm Refreshment Break Visit Basket Raffle 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm Sessions (E, F, G, H) E: What Is An Activity? F: Innovative College Partnerships.As Easy as 1,2,3 G: No Greenhouse? No problem! Therapeutic Horticulture for the Recreation Therapist H: Vision Therapy: More than just a New Pair of Glasses 4:45 pm - 6:15 pm Membership Meeting/Board Meeting 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm Evening General Session: Accessibility Improvement Program for Community Parks and Recreation Centers 8:00 pm Evening Social Thursday, June 4 (PTRS DAY) 6:45 am - 8:00 am Breakfast 7:00 am - 8:15 am Exhibits & Basket Raffle 7:00 am - 4:00 pm Registration Open 8:00 am - 8:15 am Welcome 8:15 am - 9:45 am General Session: Programs for Heroes.. Learn How to Enhance Quality of Life for Veterans 9:45 am - 10:15 am Refreshment Break/Visit Exhibits 10:15 am - 11:45 am Sessions (I, J, K, L) I: FUNdamentals of Database Searches for Evidence-Based TR Practice J: Introducing the Engagement in Preferred ActivitieS Scale (EPASS) K: Math Magic L: When There Are No Words: Coping With Grief and Loss 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm Awards Luncheon 1:30 pm - 1:45 pm Visit Exhibits/Baskets 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm Sessions (M, N, O, P) M: Facilitating Cooperative Activities for Behavioral Health Outcomes N: Science for Seniors-Next Phase O: Building a Win-Win Internship Program: Tips for Supervising P: Wii-Hab: Use of Interactive Gaming in Inpatient Rehab 3:15 pm - 4:15 pm Exhibitor Social 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm General Session: Using the Beamz Getting Back to FUNdamentals

3 Interactive Music System in Recreation Therapy Practice 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Coffee House Social Friday, June 5 6:45 am - 8:00 am Breakfast 7:00 am -10:00 am Registration Open 8:00 am - 9:30 am Sessions (Q, R, S) Q: Overworked, Overwhelmed, Burnout! Is this me? R: Promotion of TR Through Pictures and Videos S: Putting the Fun Back into TR! 9:30 am - 10:00 am Hotel Check-Out/Refreshment Break 9:50 am PTRS President Thank You 10:00 am -12:00 pm End Note: The Track Back To Recovery TRI Committee Co-Chairs Rachel Guiher and Amber Hauer Education Anne Wieland & Qiana Joyner-Mason Registration BJ Crownover & Kris Buch Room Host Haley Smith & Julie Fusco Exhibitors Becky Kandrac & Pam Keller Socials Karen Hammond & Carrie Chiusano Audio/Visual Candy Yingling & Drew Resele Public Relations Paula Daly Local Arrangements Kirk Rakos PTRS Awards Karen Hammond Institute at a Glance Dial the drugs downturn the fun up! There s not a lot of solutions out there when it comes to reducing the use of drugs. It s never 2 late can bring out the best of the greatest generation, and make them smile again. All day long! Contact us today.

4 Hello! Thank you for choosing to attend the 47th Annual Therapeutic Recreation Institute: Getting Back to FUNdamentals. With immense help from our dedicated conference committee members, we have put together an entertaining and enjoyable experience for our attendees this year. Our hope is to take you back to the basics of RT, to build up your toolbox and return you to your roles with FUNctional ideas. Co-Chairs Welcome Throughout the conference you will be offered a wide variety of sessions, all which can accommodate the diverse populations we serve. We have also offered several that focus on you as a person and provider. Take advantage of the opportunity to earn 1.6 CEUs for the entire conference by attending our Keynote, daily sessions, evening sessions and finishing with our Endnote. Our speakers were chosen with you in mind, with much consideration given to the feedback from past conferences. Along with the opportunity to learn, take the opportunity to let loose! This year we are offering two evening socials; the first will be an adventure, taking you and your team on a digital scavenger hunt of the area, while the second evening is a relaxed and laid back game night. Join your fellow attendees in one or both evenings of good old fashion FUN. We also want to honor our members, volunteers, and others on Thursday s Awards Luncheon. While you enjoy your lunch, keep your eyes on the screen on stage to view the shenanigans of the evening before. Catch your fellow attendees having a good time, while working together to accomplish a goal. If you follow us on Facebook or Instagram, you may have noticed our new offerings for PTRS gear, and we hope to catch you in some while you attend. If you have not had the opportunity to purchase your PTRS gear, you can get some on any day of the conference. Get caught showing your #PTRSpride! Lastly, remember to partake in our famous basket raffle, the Board s Board raffle, and check out the Vendor s Block for some great prize drawing and giveaways on Thursday. At the close of the conference, it is our hope that you will leave refreshed, with a new perspective to take into your role for the next year; and with the validation that you make a difference in what you do! Don t forget to also fill out your conference evaluations to ensure the following year s institute continues to meet your needs. Now get out there, learn something new and don t forget to have a little FUN! Your 2015 TRI Co-Chairs, Rachel and Amber Rachel Guiher and Amber Hauer Getting Back to FUNdamentals

5 Pre-Conference Registration outside the terrace Tuesday, June 2, :00 am - 9:00 am 9:00 am 4:00 pm Pre-Conference: Understanding the Umbrella of Dementia: Practical Planning for Successful Programming (.6 CEU) terrace Speaker: Becky Kandrac, CTRS, Recreational Therapist, Masonic Villages of Elizabethtown; and Carrie Chiusano, ADC, Administrator, Presbyterian SeniorCare-Woodside Place This workshop will cover all aspects of dementia, starting with the disease process right through programming. You will learn the day-to-day activity and challenges of working with individuals with dementia from hand-on team members in the field of dementia care. We will discuss the many types of dementia, current research, sensory techniques for the aging and practical programming, including technological advances. Pre-Conference Lunch Terrace 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm NEW! Compact RockerGLIDE! 5:30 pm FUN Golf Evening (Pre-Registration Only) Tee times starting at 5:30 pm Willow Valley Golf Course (9 hole course) Cost: $35 included cart and personal bag tag On-site beverage cart (all proceeds will be donated) Contests: Lowest Score wins $50 (Male & Female) Putting 50/50, closest to the pin, longest drive (Male & Female) Benefits the Arch Street Center and Pennsylvania Therapeutic Recreation Society Kerry Court, Hugo, MN

6 Wednesday, June 3 8:00 am - 4:00 pm Registration/Basket Raffle Statesman A 9:30 am - 11:30 am Keynote: You re a Piece of Work! Celebrate Joy, Passion and Influence (.2 CEU) statesman bcd Speaker: Dr. Steve Sobel A wonderfully inspiring and engaging presentation designed to re-energize and rejuvenate your professional soul and allow you to deal with career and life changes that lie ahead. 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Lunch Palm Court 1:15 pm 2:45 pm Breakout A (Professional Development) Dancing With Wolves-How to Deal Superbly and Creatively With Difficult People (.15 CEU) statesman b Speaker: Dr. Steve Sobel Often people s words and actions will present difficulty. Knowing the vital importance of how to build strong relationships and alliances is critical to professional success. This superb presentation gives attendees the ideas and inspiration to deal effectively with difficult people. Breakout B (LTC) Enhancing Your Residents Nutritional Status through Therapeutic Recreation Programming (.15 CEU) robert fulton Speaker: Julie Stefanski M.Ed., RDN, CSSD, LDN, CDE, Clinical Dietitian, Wellspan Health, York, PA This session will discuss the nutritional challenges of older adults and ways that staff can help improve and support adequate nutrition and hydration needs. Breakout C (Program) TR Programming for Traumatic Brain Injury (.15 CEU) terrace Speaker: Amanda Fenn, CTRS, St. John s Home, Rochester, NY This session will focus on teaching participants about therapeutic recreation programming for people with a traumatic brain injury through hands on learning and discussion. Breakout D (Rehab/MH) Documentation: Validating the Road to a Healthy Leisure Lifestyle (.15 CEU) statesman cd Speaker: MaryAnnette Gailey, M.Ed.,CTRS, MossRehab, Einstein at Elkins Park This is an interactive sharing session to review clinical documentation as a tool to validate the contribution of Recreational Therapy to assist clients in improving their functional participation in a healthy leisure lifestyle. Participants should bring a copy of all documentation forms for their setting/population (assessments/progress note/ discharge recommendations). Getting Back to FUNdamentals

7 2:45 pm - 3:00 pm Refreshment Break Ledge around palm court 3:00 pm 4:30 pm Breakout E (Program) What Is An Activity? (.15 CEU) statesman b Speaker: BJ Crownover, CTRS/CLP, Retired We will explore the definition of activity and explore activity analysis. We will look at one specific activity and how to use it for various levels of cognition and upper extremity function. We will also look at adaptive equipment to use during treatment. Breakout F (Professional Development) Innovative College Partnerships As Easy as 1,2,3 (.15 CEU) robert fulton Speakers: Emily Connors, CTRS; Dr. Julie Saville; Dr. Brian Malcarne, York College Developing innovative college partnerships can seem complicated but they can be as easy as 1-2-3! During this session, attendees will learn ideas for partnering with their local college/university, how to tweak existing partnerships and develop new ones, and how to set them up to make them mutually beneficial. When set up properly, a partnership with a college or university should benefit the recreation professional, not be a burden. Learn how to make a college partnership work for you, while providing priceless experience to a future recreation professional! Breakout G (Rehab/MH) No Greenhouse? No Problem! Therapeutic Horticulture for the Recreation Therapist (.15 CEU) terrace Speakers: Abby Jaroslow, HTR, and Jeffrey McCormack, CTRS, Moss Rehab, Einstein at Elkins Park Learn how therapeutic horticulture can benefit a wide range of clients. Participants will have an opportunity to engage in a horticultural activity, leaving with instructions for several simple horticulture sessions. Breakout H (Program) Vision Therapy: More than just a New Pair of Glasses (.15 CEU) statesman cd Speakers: Megan Dean, MS, OTR/L; Lauren Ruth, MS, CCC-SLP; Haley Smith, CTRS, Wellspan Surgery and Rehabilitation Hospital Vision impacts all aspects of our daily life and can greatly impact one s ability to perform valued occupations and leisure activities. This presentation will focus on a multi-disciplinary approach to treating vision deficits and vision therapy exercises to incorporate into treatment. 4:45 pm - 6:15 pm Membership/PTRS Board Meetinging robert fulton All are welcome to attend! Wednesday, June 3

8 6:30 pm 8:00 pm Wednesday, June 3 Evening General Session Accessibility Improvement Program for Community Parks and Recreation Centers (.15 CEU) statesman bcd Speaker: AJ Nanayakkara, Executive Director, Global Abilities Foundation This session is a description of a multi-year program to improve the accessibility of parks and recreation centers in Philadelphia. Collaborating partners include city government, nonprofit organizations, rehabilitation students, and park advisory groups. 8:00 pm Evening Scavenger Hunt Social terrace Come to our Evening Social! Digital Scavenger Hunt Each group will be divided into teams of 4, and given a list of things and situations that you must capture in photo form, and then, upon return, submit the photos. The team with the most creative and complete list will be the winning team and will receive a prize. Each team will be provided with a goodie bag. Getting Back to FUNdamentals 8

9 6:45 am - 8:00 am 10:15 am - 11:45 am Breakfast palm court 7:00 am - 8:15 am Exhibits & Basket Raffle statesman a 7:00 am - 4:00 pm Registration Open statesman a 8:15 am 9:45 am General Session: Programs for Heroes Learn How to Enhance Quality of Life for Veterans (.15 CEU) statesman bcd Speaker: Linda Frangipane Simon, Veteran Liaison, Hospice Compassus The VA estimates that half-a- million vets will need end-of-life care each year through Learn new programs to enhance quality of life for our country s heroes. 9:45 am - 10:15 am Refreshment Break/Visit Exhibits around palm court Breakout I (Professional Development) FUNdamentals of Database Searches for Evidence-Based TR Practice (.15 CEU) ben franklin Speaker: Elaine Hatala, Ph.D., CTRS, Assistant Professor, Temple University This workshop will focus on how to use Google Scholar to search for research for evidence-based TR practice. You will learn simple and effective strategies for efficient and productive searches. Breakout J (LTC) Introducing the Engagement in Preferred ActivitieS Scale (EPASS) (.15 CEU) statesman cd Speakers: Rhonda Nelson, Ph.D., CTRS, Associate Professor, Therapeutic Recreation Program Director, Temple University and Sarah Humes, MS, CTRS, Adjunct Professor, Temple University, Therapeutic Recreation Consultant, Polisher Research Institute EPASS was developed to assist recreation therapists working in geriatric service settings to quickly measure and document an individual s level of engagement during specific programs. An overview of how EPASS was developed, a summary of preliminary practice trials and examples of current use will be presented. Thursday, June 4 9

10 Thursday, June 4 Breakout K (Programming) Math Magic (.15 CEU) terrace Speakers: Gloria Hoffner, Owner and Author of Guitar With Gloria and Science for Seniors This session uses math for fun and educational programming. Math is the most used skill in American jobs. Memories tied to work and work skills remain even in cognitive impairment. Using math games helps with memory, cognitive skills and socialization. Breakout L (Professional Development) When There Are No Words: Coping With Grief and Loss (.15 CEU) statesman b Speaker: Elaine Ostrum, MSW, LCSW, Bereavement Counselor/Adult Services Coordinator, Pathways Center for Grief & Loss This session will provide an overview of losses commonly experienced by clients and professionals. How are we impacted? How do we manage grief and care for ourselves so we can continue our work? 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm Awards Luncheon palm court 1:30 pm - 1:45 pm Visit Exhibits/Baskets statesman a 2:00 pm 3:30 pm Breakout M (Rehab/MH) Facilitating Cooperative Activities for Behavioral Health Outcomes (.15 CEU) statesman cd Speaker: Elaine Hatala, PhD, CTRS, Assistant Professor, Temple University In this active session, we will participate in cooperative activities, identify metaphors to relate the activities to behavioral health outcomes, and discuss facilitation techniques that maximize outcomes in recreation therapy practice. Breakout N (LTC) Science for Seniors- The Next Phase (.15 CEU) terrace Speaker: Gloria Hoffner, Owner and Author of Guitar With Gloria and Science for Seniors Science for Seniors is based on proven medical research that we are never too old to learn, and that learning new information strengthens brains of all ages and abilities. This session will teach you safe, fun, real science programs using every day materials. Getting Back to FUNdamentals 10

11 Breakout O (Professional Development) Building a Win-Win Internship Program: Tips for Supervising (.15 CEU) ben franklin Speaker: Stacy A. Cathrall, CTRS, Supervisor Volunteer Services/Recreation Therapist, Masonic Village Don t hesitate to supervise an intern! The time you put in is beneficial to you and the student. This session reviews NCTRC Internship standards, and will provide you with tools, insight and guidelines you can use to build your internship program. Learn tips for the interview process through final evaluation, and information on how the CTRS can earn CEUs. Breakout P (Program) Wii-Hab: Use of Interactive Gaming in Inpatient Rehab (.15 CEU) statesman b Speaker: Haley B. Smith, CTRS, Recreational Therapist, Wellspan Surgery and Rehabilitation Hospital This will be an interactive session focused on the use of Wii games as an intervention for patients in an inpatient rehab facility. It will highlight the benefits of this intervention to various populations. 3:15 pm - 4:15 pm Exhibitor Social terrace 4:30 pm 6:00 pm General Session: Using the Beamz Interactive Music System in Recreation Therapy Practice (.15 CEU) stateman bcd Speakers: Aurora Crew, CTRS, Director of Therapeutic Recreation at Waverly Heights; and Rhonda Nelson, Ph.D., CTRS, Associate Professor, Therapeutic Recreation Program Director, Temple University This session introduces participants to the Beamz Interactive Music System, and describes how technology-based music making in RT practice can engage individuals of diverse ages and health conditions in a variety of music-making activities. Focusing on common treatment goals, specific RT protocols will be presented along with guidelines for measuring outcomes and documenting client progress. 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Coffee Break & Cookie Social terrace Thursday, June 4 11

12 6:45 am - 8:00 am Breakfast palm court the basics of taking good pictures and video clips and putting them all together in displays, movies, and slideshows. Friday, June 5 7:00 am - 10:00 am Registration Open statesman a 8:00 am 9:30 am Breakout Q (Professional Development) Overworked, Overwhelmed, Burnout! Is this Me? (.15 CEU) ben franklin Speaker: Qiana Mason, M.Ed., CTRS, Recreational Therapist/Functional Tester, MossRehab, Einstein at Elkins Park Do you feel run down and drained of physical or emotional energy? This class will be beneficial to avoid burnout. Research shows that helping professionals often experience burnout at some point in their career. Let s explore exactly what burnout is, how to defeat it and how to avoid it. Breakout R (Professional Development) Promotion of TR Through Pictures and Video (.15 CEU) robert fulton Speaker: Mary Schreiber, M.Ed., CTRS, Therapeutic Recreation Manager, Luthercare Pictures and videos are wonderful tools to create and share memories and contribute to person-centered care. They also serve to show others the good things that happen in our departments. This session will teach Breakout S (Program) Putting the Fun Back into TR! (.15 CEU) terrace Speaker: David B. Reifsnyder, M.Ed., CTRS, Director of Recreation, Genesis La Plata HealthCare Participants will be divided into groups to compete and have fun! Icebreakers followed by a variety of games to demonstrate creativity, silliness, laughter, cleverness, and ingenuity. Games and More Games! 9:30 am - 10:00 am Hotel Check out/refreshment Break ledge around palm court 9:50 am PTRS President Thank You 10:00 am 12:00 pm End Note: The Track Back To Recovery (.15 CEU) statesman bcd Speaker: Brian Keefer, CTRS and Independent Motivational Speaker Brian will present his story, including his injury, and his therapies he has received to help in his recovery, and what he has been able to accomplish in spite of his injury. Getting Back to FUNdamentals 12

13 Stacy A. Cathrall, CTRS Supervisor Volunteer Services/Recreation Therapist Masonic Villages of Elizabethtown 600 Freemason Drive Elizabethtown, PA Phone: x33726 Carrie Chiusano, ADC Administrator Presbyterian Senior Care 1215 Hulton Road Oakmont, PA Phone: Emily Connors, CTRS Faculty Member Recreation Administration York College of PA 441 County Club Road, York, PA Phone: Aurora Crew, CTRS, Director of Therapeutic Recreation/Program Director Waverly Heights, LTD/Temple University 620 South Avenue, Media, PA Phone: / BJ Crownover, CTRS/CLP Retired th Avenue Altoona, PA Phone: Linda Frangipane Simon Veteran Liaison Hospice Compassus 200 Dryden Road Suite 3300 Dresher, PA Phone: MaryAnnette Gailey, M.Ed.,CTRS Recreational Therapist Level 2 MossRehab at Elkins Park 60 Township Line Rd. Elkins Park, PA Phone: Elaine Hatala, PhD, CTRS Assistant Professor Temple University 1700 N. Broad St. Philadelphia, PA Phone: Gloria Hoffner, BA, ADC, AC-BC, CDP Owner and Author Guitar With Gloria & Science for Seniors 311 Summit Road Media PA Phone: Sarah Humes, MS, CTRS Adjunct Professor Temple University 1700 N. Broad St. Philadelphia, PA Phone: / Speaker Directory Megan Dean, MS, OTRL Occupational Therapist Wellspan Surgery and Rehabilitation Hospital 55 Monument Rd York, PA Phone: Amanda Fenn, CTRS Therapeutic Recreation Specialist St. John s Home 30 Vick Park B. Rochester, NY Phone: Abby Jaroslow, HTR Horticultural Therapist MossRehab at Elkins Park 60 Township Line Rd, Elkins Park, PA Phone: Becky Kandrac, CTRS Recreation Therapist Masonic Villages of Elizabethtown 1730 Swatara Creek Road Middletown, PA Phone: x

14 Speaker Directory Brian Keefer, CTRS Independent Motivational Speaker 75 Dubbers Drive Etters, PA Phone: Dr. Brian Malcarne Faculty Member Recreation Administration York College of PA 441 County Club Road York, PA Phone: Qiana Mason CTRS, M.Ed Recreational Therapist Level 3/ Functional Tester MossRehab, Germantown Hospital 1 Penn Boulevard Philadelphia, PA Phone: Jeffrey McCormack, CTRS Recreation Therapist MossRehab at Elkins Park 60 Township Line Rd, Elkins Park, PA Phone: AJ Nanayakkara Executive Director Global Abilities Foundation 8500 Upper Sky Way, Apt. 102 Laurel, MD Phone: Rhonda Nelson, Ph.D., CTRS Program Director Temple University 1700 N. Broad St., Philadelphia, PA Phone: / Elaine Ostrum, MSW, LCSW Bereavement Counselor Hospice & Community Care 4075 Old Harrisburg Pike Mt. Joy, PA Phone: David B. Reifsnyder CTRS, M.Ed Director of Recreation Genesis La Plata HealthCare 9810 Mackall Road, St. Leonard, MD Phone: Lauren Ruth, MS, CCC-SLP Speech Therapist Wellspan Surgery and Rehabilitation Hospital 55 Monument Rd, York, PA Phone: Dr. Julie Saville Faculty Member Recreation Administration York College of PA 441 County Club Road York, PA Phone: Mary Schreiber, M.Ed. CTRS Therapeutic Recreation Manager Luthercare 631 Chatham Way Lititz, PA Phone: x1541 Haley B. Smith, CTRS Recreational Therapist Wellspan Surgery and Rehabilitation Hospital 55 Monument Rd, York, PA Phone: Dr. Steven Sobel Speaker Extraordinaire 80 Hawthorn Street, Longmeadow, MA Phone: Getting Back to FUNdamentals 14

15 Julie Stefanski, MEd, RDN, CSSD, LDN, CDE Clinical Dietician/Adjunct Professor Wellspan Surgery and Rehabilitation Hospital /York College 1354 Southern Road, York, PA Phone: Pick up some new PTRS gear at the TRI and show us your #PTRSpride on Facebook! In preparation for the 2015 TRI Getting Back to FUNdamentals, PTRS wants you to snap some photos of you wearing your new gear, then post it to the TRI and PTRS Facebook pages and tag it #PTRSpride. All submitted photos will be displayed on a slideshow at the TRI If you are caught wearing your gear you may win a special prize and have your photo taken for the next PTRS newsletter. Do you remember your favorite song from high school? We do. Our programming is a proven resource to: Restore music memories Augment current activities with games, news, and exercise Ease transitional time between activities Soothe agitated or restless residents Provide conversation-starters for visiting family and friends

16 Exhibitor Directory Vendors/Sponsors Alzheimer s Association Phone: Website: The Alzheimer s Association is the leading, global voluntary health organization in Alzheimer s care and support, and the largest private, nonprofit funder of Alzheimer s research. Juice Plus Contact: Fran Sheldon 402 Frieden Manor Schuylkill Haven, PA Phone: Website: f-sheldon.juiceplus.com University of Maryland Contact: Andrea Garrett 620 W. Lexington Street Baltimore, MD Phone: Website: Venture Publishing, Inc. Contact: Kay Whiteside 1999 Cato Ave. State College, PA Phone: Fax: Website: Publisher of BOOKS THAT MATTER providing quality educational publications for professionals, educators, and students in the field of therapeutic recreation. Robins Nest Aviaries Corp. Contact: Kelly Wharton 1529 Sheepford Road Mechanicsburg, PA Phone: Website: robinsnestaviaries.com Whisper Glide Swing Co. Silver Sponsor Contact: George Knuteson Kerry Court Hugo, MN Phone: Website: whisperglideswing.com It s Never 2 Late Gold Sponsor Contact: Jack York 7330 South Alton Way, Suite O Centennial, CO Phone: Packet Stuffers American Health Care Apparel Contact: Howard Gordon 302 Town Center Blvd. Easton, PA Phone: Fax: Website: Getting Back to FUNdamentals 16

17 Best Alzheimer s Products, Inc. Contact: John Schmid 1 Lighthouse Lane Third Lake, IL Phone: Fax: com Website: store.best-alzheimers-products. com Creative Forecasting Contact: Mary Anne Clagett PO Box 7789 Colorado Springs, CO Phone: Fax: Website: Creative Forecasting, Inc. sells producst for Recreation and Activity Professionals. Our products include Creative Forcasting s 56-page monthly magazine, Activity Planning Simplified, a software program, and trivia books. Idyll Arbor, Inc Contact: Sandy Gonzales th Ave. SE Enumclaw, WA Phone: Fax: Website: Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped Free Library of Philadelphia Contact: Aimee Thrasher-Hanson 919 Walnut St. Philadelphia, PA Phone: Fax: Website: 17 The Free Library of Philadelphia s Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped offers a variety of services for customers throughout the Commonwealth. Some are available on-site, and many are available free through the mail and online. Nasco Contact: Wendy Lucht 901 Janesville Ave. Fort Atkinson, WI Phone: Website: Sea Bay Game Co. Contact: Barbara Pillori 77 Cliffwood Ave., Ste. 1D Cliffwood, NJ 7721 Phone: Fax: Website: Sentimental Productions Contact: Kevin Delaney 1620 Harrison Avenue Cincinnati, OH Phone: Fax: Website: Terra Nova Films Contact: Gloria Starling 9848 S. Winchester Ave. Chicago, IL Phone: Website: Exhibitor Directory

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20 TRI Evaluation Please help us improve the TRI with your feedback, by completing the 2015 TRI evaluation at Your response is greatly appreciated and greatly needed! To become a PTRS/PRPS member go to Beamz For Therapy & Rehab Use Music Making To Motivate & Engage! Beamz enables anyone of any age or capability to experience the benefits of making music. The Beamz Therapy Guide, developed with the Department of Rehabilitation Sciences at Temple University, provides protocols that may be used by all clinicians and includes protocols and measurement tools for therapists to use Beamz and music making for a range of cognitive, physical and social/emotional goals. Download a FREE sample of the Beamz Therapy Guide Enriching learning, therapy and fun with inclusive, interactive music.

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