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Advocacy for Activity and Recreation Professionals
Kim is no longer on the forefront of advocacy, so please feel free to share any advocacy efforts. Use the contact page to let us know and your efforts will be shared.
November 13, 2010
NCCAP and COAP recently held a Call for Action meeting in regards to the State of the Activity Profession. Topics included the impact of the universal worker on the activity profession, inconsistencies with regulations, perception of the role of the activity professional, and marketing needs. Learn more about what was discussed at this meeting and view videos.
July 16, 2009
Re-Creative Resources Inc. would like to know what you think of the following question:
What effects, if any, will the Culture Change Movement and the idea of the "universal worker" have on the activity and recreation profession?
Please email your response to Kim Grandal or you may anonymously post your comment on the guest book page of this site. Click here to see responses to this question.