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Recreation Therapy

Aquatic Therapy

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Recreation Therapy

What is Recreation Therapy

Recreation Therapy is a treatment service that utilizes evidence-based practices and activity based interventions to assist individuals in improvement of the emotional, cognitive, physical, and social aspects of their lives. I.D.E.A.L. Therapies offers Recreational Therapy to children and adults with various physical disabilities, Traumatic Brain Injury, Elder Care Needs, and other special needs.

Recreational Therapist

  • Recreational Therapists may work with a wide range of individuals requiring services including mental health, physical disabilities, developmental disabilities, rehabilitation, geriatrics, physical medicine, and pediatrics. 

  • Recreational Therapists may work with a wide range of individuals requiring services including mental health, physical disabilities, developmental disabilities, rehabilitation, geriatrics, physical medicine, and pediatrics. 

  • Recreational therapist implement activities that include games, dancing, music, arts and crafts, sports, exercise, and more.

  • Activities can be done in a group setting or one-on-one with your loved one’s caregiver.

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Benefits

  • Reduces depression and stress.

  • Reduces anxiety.

  • Improves functional independence after an injury.

  • Recovers basic motor functioning/reasoning.

  • Builds confidence.

  • Strengthens social connections.

  • Increases self esteem.

  • Increases strength and physical fitness.

  • Mobility focused

  • Improved strength

  • Restoration of physical function

  • Tension reduction

  • Improvement to energy levels

  • More restful sleep

  • AND MUCH MORE!

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Our Session

Our therapists tailor client's individual treatment plan to fit them specifically. The client's sessions will be developed based on their interest, ability, leisure and fitness awareness.

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Inclusive Recreation Therapy

Strategies that promote inclusion are also strategies that promote meeting clients at their individual 
developmental level. This can benefit all clients. Providing a wide range of developmentally 
appropriate materials and activities lets
all clients be successful when working and playing. Consistent
routines and transitions help clients know what to expect and feel comfortable. It is also important to 
consider the type of assistance given to our clients. It is important to help all clients learn independence,
and give them just enough help to be successful without helping them too much. When planning 
interventions, we start with the least restrictive changes like changing the environment, activity, or 
materials before providing direct assistance. Provide opportunities for our clients to have sustained social
interactions and participate fully in the program. 

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Aquatic Therapy

What is Aquatic Therapy

Aquatic therapy, or pool therapy, consists of an exercise program that is performed in the water. It is a beneficial form of therapy that is useful for a variety of medical conditions. Aquatic therapy uses the physical properties of water to assist in patient healing and exercise performance.

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Our Sessions

All aquatic sessions are modified specifically to each client. The session starts with a warm-up and progresses into exercises that are designed to address your particular injury or ailment.

Most aquatic therapy sessions will take about 30 minutes to 1 hour based on your individual needs and tolerance. Our aquatic therapist will determine the length of your program.

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