TRTG 109 – Inclusive Therapeutic Recreation


Admission Requirements
  • Grade 12 or OSSD Equivalent
  • Mature Student with Wonderlic SLE min. cut score minimum 14 on test
  • Bring Your Own Device (BYOD): As a student in this on-campus program, you will require a mobile computing device that meets the specifications outlined by your program
  • Textbook: Foundations of Inclusive Recreation Human Kinetics Canada Publishing 2010

Course Fees: $485.00
Other Compulsory Fees: Inclusive
Course Hours: 45 Hours
Course Intake: Every Monday
Department: PT – Continuing Education


In this subject, students will learn about the groups they’ll likely meet as professionals. They’ll look at the socio-demographic characteristics of each group, the factors that affect their recreation participation, and approaches for serving the needs of each population. They’ll also be encouraged to examine their own biases and think about how those biases could affect their ability to provide services to their clients.


North Bay Campus or Online –


Part I. Foundations of Inclusive Recreation
1. Chapter 1 Introduction to Inclusion
2. Chapter 2 Inclusive Recreation History and Legislation
3. Chapter 3 Building Cultural Competencies
4. Chapter 4 Inclusive Concepts, Processes, and Models

Part II. The Inclusion Process for Recreation and Leisure
5. Chapter 5 Marketing Inclusive Recreation Experience
6. Chapter 6 Providing Leisure Services for Diverse Populations
7. Chapter7 Staff Training for Inclusion

Part III. Applying Inclusive Practices in Recreation and Leisure
8. Chapter 8 Universal Design in Recreation
9. Chapter 9 Designing Inclusive Experience

Part IV. Inclusive Recreation and Leisure Programs and Services
10. Inclusive Recreation, Fitness, and Physical Activity
11. Inclusive Travel, Tourism, and Amusements

COMMUNITY PRACTICE: Student understands how to create and support opportunities for client involvement in and connection to a wide range of services and resources in the community.