Private one-to-one recreation therapy sessions

Private one-to-one recreation therapy sessions

Private one-to-one recreation therapy sessionsPrivate one-to-one recreation therapy sessionsPrivate one-to-one recreation therapy sessions

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About Us

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Why Choose Us

Serving the Niagara region, we centre our attention on seniors. Whether living at home, in a retirement setting or in long-term care, we meet our clients where they are. With a focus on dementia, we work to improve the quality of your loved one's life. We offer customizable, individualized plans delivered on a one-to-one basis, meant to maintain and/or enhance one's well-being.

We offer reasonable rates for everyone! 

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How We Can Help You

Recreation Education, Independent Delivery provides a unique service to the Niagara region by developing treatment plans to address their clients' physical, emotional and mental well-being, along with offering caregiver support to families and their loved ones.  REID can help to overcome barriers that keep your loved ones from experiencing joy. 

Who We Help

Seniors

Aging or Declining Independence

Aging or Declining Independence

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Serving the elderly population with or with out dementia, living at home, in retirement or long-term care.  

Aging or Declining Independence

Aging or Declining Independence

Aging or Declining Independence

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As your senior loved one ages, you might begin to worry about their physical and mental health. Changes in balance, posture, sensory input and mental health status also affect mobility. We want to help in maintaining their quality of life .  

Those Needing Companionship

Aging or Declining Independence

Those Needing Companionship

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Companionship combats isolation and depression and is a key component of senior care. Companions provide friendly visits and could assist with daily tasks, such as light housekeeping. Providing meaningful human connection can greatly improve quality of life.   

Families in Need of Respite

Seniors Living in Social Isolation

Those Needing Companionship

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Everyone needs a break and time to recharge. Respite provides caregivers with a temporary rest from caregiving. Use this free time to recharge yourself worry free, while your loved one with dementia continues to receive care in a safe environment. It's important to take care of your own physical and mental health too. home health care

Seniors Living in Social Isolation

Seniors Living in Social Isolation

Seniors Living in Social Isolation

Seniors are particularly vulnerable to social isolation due to a number of circumstances: loss of friends, family or income, decreased mobility and increased health problems. Offering companionship helps prevent isolation and improve well-being.

Seniors Who Want to be on the Move

Seniors Living in Social Isolation

Seniors Living in Social Isolation

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Nordic Pole Walking is currently being promoted as a form of exercise that has greater benefits than regular walking. Advantages of Nordic Pole Walking include improved balance, decreased pain and reduced muscle tension in the neck and shoulder region. 

 Exercise improves strength and mobility.


About Therapeutic recreation

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What is Therapeutic Recreation and its Benefits?

 The purpose of TR is to enable all individuals to achieve quality of life and optimal health through meaningful participation in recreation and leisure. In addition, TR utilizes functional interventions, education and recreation participation enabling persons with physical, cognitive, emotional and/or social limitations to acquire and/or maintain the skills, knowledge and behaviours required to enjoy their leisure optimally, function independently with the least amount of assistance and participate as fully as possible in society.   

(Therapeutic Recreation Ontario, n.d.)

 

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What are Meaningful Activities?

Meaningful Activities address one’s psychological and social needs. They relate to the quality of the experience rather than the specific type of activity.

Well-being is not just about activities, it’s about everyday meaningful interaction or engagement. Activities may provide emotional, creative, intellectual, physical and spiritual stimulation. It should take place in an environment that is appropriate to the person's needs and preferences, which may include using outdoor spaces or making adaptations to the person's environment.

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TR Professionals Use Recreation To:

  • Improve physical and cognitive abilities
  • Increase confidence and self-esteem
  • Foster greater involvement in the community
  • Enhance well-being
  • Encourage a greater sense of accomplishment 
  •  Increase participation by making necessary adaptations  
  • Improve the quality of life for people who require assistance