ERIC Number: ED264220
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1985-Nov-7
Reference Count: 0
Intermountain Leisure Symposium Proceedings (6th, Logan, UT, November 7, 1985).
Gray, Howard, Ed.
Topics covered in this symposium included: (1) a perspective for seeking commercial sponsorships; (2) developing an activity program that perpetuates developmental skills; (3) emerging American lifestyles: implications for park and recreation professionals; (4) clinical hypnosis: a possible adjunct to therapeutic recreation; (5) impact fees for parks and recreation; (6) developing a family philosophy of recreation; (7) outdoor recreation leadership; (8) risk activities at St. Cloud State University; (9) accident reports--tools for sound management; (10) Utah youth opinions on marriage and the family; (11) curriculum evaluation for educators in recreation and leisure services; (12) effective department administration; (13) public-commercial cooperation in recreation programs; (14) person-centered leisure services curricula; (15) five year follow-up of The Harborview Medical Center Rehabilitation Service Community Integration Program; (16) measuring satisfaction of National Outdoor Leadership School Students; (17) promoting health in the parks and recreation setting; (18) youth recreation leadership development and the Job Training Partnership Act; (19) fitness in America; (20) adventure games: safe risk recreation; (21) managing our way to a preferred future; (22) pricing for recreation; (23) the effect of year-round school on leisure patterns and programs; (24) the cultural arts park at Fargo, North Dakota; (25) the role of computers in developing leisure programs; (26) visual educational technology; (27) therapeutic recreation programming for the head injured patient; and (28) practicum agencies and excellence. (JD)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Utah State Univ., Logan.
Authoring Institution: N/A
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