Therapeutic Recreation

What is Therapeutic Recreation?

Recreational therapy, also known as therapeutic recreation is a systematic process that utilizes recreation and other activity-based interventions to address the assessed needs of individuals with illnesses and/or disabling conditions, as a means to psychological and physical health, recovery and well-being. (Taken from Sept 28/2017)

What we do

  • Individual (1:1) programs
  • Person-centered care
  • Assessments based on individual leisure interests
  • Goal setting with measurable outcomes
  • Holistic programming focused on the social, physical, cognitive, emotional and spiritual well-being of the client


Where we work


  • In home care
  • Out in the community
  • Nursing & Retirement facilities


Who we help

Anyone interested in improving their well-being through leisure!

  • Elders
  • Youth
  • Intellectual and physical disabilities
  • Mental health and addiction recovery

How does recreation help?

  • Leisure Education
  • Improves social skills
  • Strength build
  • Decreases anxiety and depression
  • Aid in weight loss

……and so much more

5 Domains of Therapeutic Recreation

Physical Well-being:

The ability of all body systems to function efficiently and effectively during work and play.


Emotional Well-being

The ability to deal comfortably and appropriately with emotions.


Social Well-being:

The ability to enjoy meaningful relationships with other people in ones environment.


Spiritual Wellbeing (2)

Spiritual Well-being:

The ability to find purpose in life. 



Cognitive Well-being

The ability to learn and function intellectually.