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Recreation Therapy: Who We Serve and How We Serve

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Who We Serve

  • Veterans, their families, and loved ones who have borne the battle and endured the challenges on behalf of a grateful nation.

  •  Veterans who have experienced various medical, cardiac, orthopedic, physical, neuromuscular, and mental health conditions, or are coping with a terminal illness.

  •  Veterans who are receiving care in one of our facilities, clinics, or in their homes.


How We Serve

  • In specialty clinics such as Amputee, Spinal Cord Injury, Traumatic Brain Injury, Substance Abuse Disorders, PTSD, Pain Management

  • With specialty programs such as Aquatic Therapy, Equine Therapy, Assistive/Adapted Technology, Trauma Informed Art Therapy, Photo Therapy, Mandala Assessment Research Instrument (MARI©), Art Therapy Analytics, Psychodrama, Improvisation, Neurological Music Therapy

  • By providing person-centered, individualized care that embraces each Veteran’s interests, preferences, and lifestyles.

  • By weaving the concept of healthy living into treatment methods that help improve each Veteran’s ability to engage physically, cognitively, emotionally, and socially in all aspects of their lives for optimal health and wellness.

  • By assisting each Veteran to successfully complete their treatment goals in areas such as communication and expression, physical skills and abilities, emotional expression and coping, cognitive perception, processing and expression, or social communication/interaction skill development.