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2017 PNWTRA Conference Call for Presenters

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Call for Presenters

Pacific Northwest Therapeutic Recreation Association

Annual Conference

Friday, February 3, 2017

Greetings! The Board of Directors for Pacific Northwest Therapuetic Recreation Association invites submissions to present at our upcoming annual conference Friday, February 3, 2017 in Portland, Oregon. This conference provides annual continuing education and networking opportunities for professionals and students in Oregon, Southwest Washington, and surrounding states.  

Conference Theme: Recreation Therapy: Making It Work For You”

Presentation Topic Suggestions:  Creative presentations that speak to the benefits of recreation therapy and adaptive recreation/sports for therapists and providers.  Suggested themes for development include: personal, innovation, fiscal, programs, professional, leadership, skills, clients, evidence based practice, and legislature.  Last year our theme addressed bridging gaps within the therapeutic recreation field.  This year we want to offer presentations that dig deeper into the internal benefits of what we “do” and impacts they have on us, our patrons and our field for the future.  

Presentation Submission Deadline: November 18, 2017

Proposal Requirements:

  • Submit PNWTRA Presenter Application (click here for application)

  • Submit requests for accommodations, travel, presentation support, or speaking stipends - keeping in mind PNWTRA is a small grass roots organizations with limited resources.

Special Considerations: Web-based presentations will be considered and are strongly encouraged.

Proposal Submission: For questions and proposal submissions, please send required proposal documents to Andy Fernandez, PNWTRA President at pnwatra@gmail.com






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