SPUR was my first introduction to participating in therapeutic horseback riding. I had known it was a "thing" - a couple years prior, I had researched programs around Indiana in hopes of donating my pony Peanut to one when it became clear I wasn't going to be able to keep her. It had ended with … Continue reading From blogspot: SPUR
That is the question. I have my certification and can include CTRS behind my name, but that's about the extent of it. I haven't mentioned anything about RT here in this space since January (when I was enthusiastically trying to make an RT blog) because I'm not currently working as a therapist or providing services … Continue reading To rec therapy or to not rec therapy…
I watched a video with Dan Rather and Richard Edelmen this week (well, I watched a little bit, but mostly was listening to it like a podcast - it's a bit lengthy). Jeremy Skule hosted the two for a discussion on the current trustworthiness of media. Basically, it is at an all time low. There … Continue reading The Whats and Whys of an RT Blog
I made this to get an idea of who's engaged online in our field. I want to know who's speaking up, who's getting what done - the kind of people I want to connect with, and who know what's going on in our field. Not all of the blogs below are exclusively dedicated to RT … Continue reading Who’s Blogging in Recreation Therapy?