How it Works

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All participants must first have an assessment administered to identify strengths, weaknesses, problematic areas, leisure interests, and other additional information needed to facilitate effective treatment and services

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A Treatment Plan is designed. The Treatment Plan includes specific goals and objectives that addresses the participant’s problematic areas.

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Together we develop a schedule that identifies the duration, frequency, and nature of the participant’s experiences throughout sessions. Resources, goals, objectives, and preferences influence schedule development.

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Consistent monthly progress notes are completed and communicated at participant’s request.

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Periodically, therapist and client will administer evaluations to determine the progress of the individual and the program.

Within live through rec treatment

Assessment

Live Through Rec. begins the therapeutic recreation process by administering an assessment on all our participants. During the assessment phase baseline information is gathered on our participants cognitive, social, physical, emotional, and leisure functioning to determine his or hers interests, expectations, strengths, limitations, program needs, and current status in each area.
This information provides the foundation from which we will design a treatment plan in order to reach independent functioning and fulfill full quality of life

Goal and Objectives

Goals are general statements that identify intervention priorities and describe our expected outcomes.
SAMPLE: Increase cognitive/academic functioning. To enable participant to learn how to read a book on grade level. For each goal, Objectives are written specifying measurable client outcomes. Objectives are specific, measurable, and time phased so there is no doubt on what outcome to expect and when to see them accomplished. SAMPLE: At the conclusion of the therapeutic session, participant will be able to read at least 50 words per minute with 70% retention rate within 3 months.

Evaluations

Evaluations are done periodically. The evaluation process summarizes our participants progress by assessing their physical, cognitive, emotional, and social functional abilities.
Once an evaluation is complete transitions are recommended and results are reported.

Interventions

Live Through Rec. therapists use leadership skills, specialized intervention techniques, and unique personal skills to establish a strong therapeutic relationship. Our therapists also adjust client participation by modifying activities in order for each individual to receive appropriate experiences conducive to their plan of treatment.

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