Recreational Therapy is term used to refer to engagements that offer People with Paralysis (PwP) the skills and tools needed to function in society and increase one’s quality of life. Recreational therapy is a medical modality that uses therapy, in the form of recreation and education as a means of meeting one’s physical, mental, emotional and social goals.
Recreational therapy promotes independence in PwPs, helps in recovering basic body motor functions and improves energy levels. Psychologically, such engagements reduce stress and depression, build confidence, boost coping abilities that make it easier for them to reconnect with society with a different attitude.
TCF’s core service offered in it’s programs is Recreational Therapy interventions to aid improved functioning of individuals with disabling conditions.